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Inspirational Dundee coach who came back from the brink urges folk to ‘stop sweating the small things’
A Dundee man who turned his life around and now aims to help “struggling” locals has called on people to “stop sweating the small things”.
Dundee University has been voted the number one campus in Scotland – and one of the best in the UK – in a poll of students across the country.
Plans to scrap burial fees for children in Dundee are set to be agreed next week.
A housing developer has lashed out at Dundee City Council after proposals to build 150 new homes in Broughty Ferry were rejected.
Almost 100 new dedicated parking spaces close to disabled people’s homes have been created in Dundee under a new council scheme.
Police are hunting two youths in connection with a spate of car vandalism in a street in the Douglas area of Dundee.
Police swooped on a Dundee street after a self-styled vigilante group surrounded a man’s property.
Rush hour commuting times across Tayside have soared in the past decade, according to a local bus firm.
A Dundee car trader was forced to contact the police after a crossbow was discovered in the boot of a car.
Major construction projects in Dundee have boosted the local economy by more than £55 million, according to a new council report.
‘I want to be able to have a choice to know when I can just go’ says local assisted suicide campaigner
Assisted dying should be legalised in Scotland so people are free to end their lives with dignity, campaigners have said.
The number of people being left homeless in Dundee has risen by almost 10% in a year – with four people seeking help every day.
A Dundee nursery is to close in July due to falling numbers.
A man has appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court charged with assault and robbery with a knife.
Stars of music, stage and screen will be visiting Dundee later this year for a school reunion, with one former pupil travelling from America for the event.
A campaign to repair a section of the A90 to “biker-friendly” standard has been successful.
The owners of a historic Dundee mill demolished last month could be fined or jailed if they are successfully prosecuted for razing the building.
A Broughty Ferry boutique has won a national award.
Dundonians are invited to a garden party at Roxburghe House next month.
A classic car enthusiast is celebrating the restoration of his pride and joy after the return of a lost hub cap.