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A 15-year-old boy was taken to Ninewells Hospital after being struck by a car outside a Dundee school.
Emergency services are in attendance after a boy was struck by a car near to a Dundee school.
Police Scotland is appealing for information about a series of vandalisms to cars in Dundee.
Drivers have racked up more than 2,000 speeding offences in a three-month period on the A90, latest figures have revealed.
Football fans have been urged to leave their cars at home ahead of a huge Scottish Cup game in Dundee.
A convicted paedophile has admitted downloading indecent images of children for the second time in 12 years.
Police are investigating after a four-year-old girl fell from the window of a house in Dundee.
Three people accused of possessing offensive weapons during a fight in a city street have appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A Dundee mum fears the only hope of getting life-saving treatment for her son is to travel to America.
A Dundee man — described as “pleasant” when sober — has admitted shouting, swearing and making threatening remarks to staff at a city centre cinema.
Some people might consider her to be “barking mad” — but Dundee‘s very own dog-whisperer reckons she’s cracked the key to canine companionship.
A community leader has called for the site of a demolished Dundee school to be transformed into a green space.
A bright new campaign has been launched to ensure Dundonians and visitors are looking cool as the city gears-up for one of the biggest summers in its history.
A Dundee councillor is calling for action to be taken to repair a broken fence alongside a dual carriageway amid safety concerns.
To celebrate Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018, Dundee Dance Event (DDE) is launching the UK’s first dance music industry careers event.
Residents have voiced their “disappointment” after dozens of trees were reduced to stumps.
Derek Muir, 39, a prisoner at Perth, denies that on December 19 last year, at Emmock Road, he drove dangerously at speed, mounted a grass verge to negotiate around a parked police vehicle, drove towards two constables, causing them to take evasive action, drove at speed without lights in darkness and narrowly avoided a collision with a marked police van.
A welcome for new speed restrictions coming into force for local villages has been accompanied by a call for tougher enforcement when the limits drop.
An ex-soldier caught with a hoard of child abuse images has had his sentence appeal rejected.
Jason Black, 49, was ordered to do 140 hours of unpaid work after he admitted producing and possessing cannabis on September 15 last year.