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A murder-accused with a wound on his hand claimed to his ex he injured it cutting up drugs, a jury has heard.
A 39-year-old man has been banned from the road after drink-driving.
A Dundee butcher’s pies have won two gold awards at the Scottish Craft Butchers’ steak pie, speciality pie and mince round evaluation.
A woman who caused fear and alarm to a 79-year-old man by entering his home twice later breached a restriction of liberty order banning her from attending his property.
Scaffolding will be erected around Broughty Castle next week to allow building maintenance work to be carried out.
Kenyan orphans will get a taste of university life and take to the stage next week as they continue their singing tour of the UK at the University of Dundee.
A rapist who subjected two women to a catalogue of abuse has been jailed for a decade.
A Dundee jeweller has slammed the court sentence given to a notorious thief who made off with £40,000 of rings in a matter of minutes.
A clean-up operation to rid a set of Dundee ponds of their weed and algae problem will be launched this month.
With more than 1,000 votes, the Howff burial ground in Dundee was recently crowned as one of the country’s six most spectacular Hidden Gems as part of Scotland’s Year of History Heritage and Archaeology.
Police officers visited a Dundee school to advise pupils of the dangers of illegal drugs.
Three Dundee men handed over a donation to Roxburghe House Comfort Fund after completing a charity cycle in memory of one of their colleagues.
A Dundee schoolgirl is following in the footsteps of the Dalai Lama after being nominated to deliver a speech at Holyrood.
A new £1 million Dundee mentoring scheme which aims to give a crucial boost to disadvantaged children received 100 applications to be mentors within its first week.
Dundee’s campaign to become the European Capital of Culture has received a big boost after Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gave it her backing.
Woman says Dundee road is ‘a death trap’ and calls for urgent repairs after surface caused her to fall twice
A Dundee pensioner has blasted the city council — claiming that a “death trap” road surface led to her falling twice and breaking her mobility scooter.
A drug addict told shop security staff he had HIV and threatened to stab them with a needle.
A man who assaulted his ex-partner and continually harassed her for much of the following year was jailed for 11 months.
Tayside Police have warned football fans to be aware of road closures ahead of tonight's Betfred Cup clash between Dundee and Celtic at Dens Park.
A police officer has described the moment he saw “blood splattered across the wall” of the scene of an alleged Dundee double murder.