An Asda delivery man dressed as Santa has become an online star after taking time out to talk to a local girl for five minutes.
Strathmartine Hospital could be on its “last legs” after a fire ravaged the building this week.
Firefighters were called to a fire at a local recycling centre in the early hours of the morning.
A six-month-old baby will undergo life-saving surgery after doctors discovered he has two holes in his heart.
Education chiefs have been urged to act over a “deeply troubling” rise in the number of pupils being assigned to individual teachers in schools.
Police Scotland have announced today that armed police are to be used in routine incidents in a matter of weeks.
A fresh weather warning has been issued for Dundee, Tayside and Fife today.
The mother of premature twins born at Ninewells Hospital has described her girls as “Christmas Day miracles”.
Young people from Glenrothes are less likely to be accepted to university than those from anywhere else in the UK, new figures have suggested.
There are fresh budget woes for NHS Tayside after health bosses admitted they had overspent by £6.5 million in the first seven months of the financial year.
A Dundee OAP has been scammed of £140,000 from telephone fraudsters.
A rapist who boasted that he “wanted to sleep with 100 women” has been jailed for five years.
A Dundee charity has warned that incidents of cyber crime — including bullying and youngsters being targeted by online predators — will not decrease any time soon.
A Dundee woman was “squealing” with joy after winning a new car in a raffle which raised thousands of pounds for a sick Angus youngster.
‘Short-sighted’ council gym membership changes sees sports hall use for five-a-sides no longer included
An administration councillor has cancelled his local authority gym membership following a “short-sighted” change to how people are charged.
Tayside health bosses are set to press ahead with the relocation of major mental health services, in the face of widespread opposition.
The Scottish Ferret Club raised £300 for the Scottish SPCA and used the money to purchase goods to help with the influx of ferrets they have in their care.
R&A chiefs have warned golf fans not to be caught out by unofficial hospitality packages for next year’s Open at Carnoustie.
A teenage driver who led police on a high-speed chase with a young passenger in the back of his friend’s car has been banned from the road.
Paulo Melo, 38, of Warddykes Road in Arbroath, was fined £300 for motoring offences.