The majority of people in Scotland support a ban on the sale of fireworks to the public, new research has found.
Dundee United's hotshot hitman Lawrence Shankland continued his incredible goal-scoring form on Saturday with a hat-trick against Morton.
On September 15, V&A Dundee will celebrate its first birthday.
More than 85% of Tele readers think the BBC TV Licence should be abolished.
What does the future hold for the NHS - the universal health service that we have taken for granted for two generations?
More people than ever would vote in favour of Scottish independence in the event of a second referendum, according to the Tele’s latest poll.
The leadership battle to be the next prime minister has begun following the resignation of Theresa May.
The use of smacking to discipline children attracts a lot of attention - and opinion often seems to be split on the matter.
Dundee fans have had their say – and Gordon Strachan is the man they want to take the reins at Dens Park.
A Dundee woman’s call to end not proven verdicts in Scottish courts has split opinion.
A young woman who claims to have recorded herself being raped by her former boyfriend has taken her campaign for a change in the law to a Dundee MSP.
Taysiders are spoiled for choice when it comes to live music this summer – but have you noticed there’s a clash?
POLL: After more shameful scenes in Scottish football, should clubs be punished for poor fan behaviour?
After another weekend of shame in Scottish football, the Tele is asking if clubs should take responsibility for the actions of their fans?
A senior former Dundee police official has spoken out against “criminal behaviour” at Scottish football matches, telling clubs they need to take responsibility for their fans’ behaviour.
Dundee City Council may webcast its meetings live - and we want to know whether you would be a viewer.
It’s time to hail the City of Discovery’s stand-out clubs as Leisure and Culture Dundee – and the Tele – need your help to decide 2018’s finest.
It’s overwhelming – Tele readers do NOT want to pay more council tax to help Dundee council save £18m
Tele readers have overwhemingly rejected an increase in their council tax to make local authority savings.
Councillors are preparing for another year of big decisions in 2019 – with the council expected to have to find savings of up to £18 million when it sets its budget set next month.
Last week, a vision was revealed for a 39-storey skyscraper at Dundee Waterfront, which – if built – would become Scotland’s tallest building, including a five-star hotel, conference centre and apartments.
Dundee fans have given a clear message to the board regarding the future of manager Neil McCann.