Forget scarves and socks – give the bloke in your life something he will really appreciate. In the first of our two-parter, we look at toys for big boys
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson saluted supporters for turning out in their numbers at Tannadice this season.
Police Scotland temporarily closed off Cleghorn Street following a two vehicle crash this morning.
Dundee United hitman Lawrence Shankland looks set to be subject of a January bid from Nottingham Forest, according to reports.
Season 1970-71 was a horrendous season for the Scotland national team, according to one reader’s memory.
A man accused of harassing lone women has had his case continued.
There were spooky goings- on this week at Ninewells Nursery as the boys and girls showed off their pumpkin-carving skills and their haunting Halloween costumes.
Health bosses are urging as many people as possible to get their flu vaccinations this season in the face of a “challenging winter”.
Further reports have been ordered on a man who admitted attacking his mum’s disabled boyfriend and spitting on police.
The mother of a teen girl who took her own life says she is “relieved” that a fatal accident inquiry into her daughter’s death is finally under way.
Dribbling, tackles, teamwork and communication were all on the agenda during the holidays as city kids invaded the pitch at Dundee International Sports Complex (DISC).
Dundee United face an anxious wait over the fitness of left-back Jamie Robson.
Dundee Carers Centre (DCC) has received another cash boost.
Boss James McPake says former Rangers man Graham Dorrans has “a fire in him” to succeed at Dundee and show the world he is still a top player.
As a pensioner I am confused by our voting system.
Midfielder Paul McGowan has called on the Dark Blues to stick together as they head for Queen of the South on Friday night.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson heaped praise on goal machine Lawrence Shankland but insists the striker can only fire the Tangerines to promotion if the players around him keep the supply line flowing.
Dundee boss James McPake hailed the influence of his No 1 Jack Hamilton for taking the pressure off his defence when it was needed against Alloa.
Having reached the middle of September, the true scale of the numbers using many charities over the summer months is only beginning to become clear.
If the following story had happened in America, a Hollywood movie would have been made.