A Fintry man has said he was “crying with joy” after climbing to base camp on Mount Everest in memory of his tragic cousin.
A drug dealer caught producing cannabis and supplying cocaine has been jailed.
More than £600,000 of public cash was wasted on a bungled legal bid to recover costs after a roadworks debacle.
Five lucky finalists are one step closer to winning a luxury prize to make organising their dream wedding that little bit easier.
A Dundee pub has raised more than £1,500 for a city guide dog charity.
Police found more than 200 indecent images of children and an illegal video on a former Perth councillor's computer equipment, a court heard on Tuesday.
Youngsters across Dundee are being invited to take part in the summer reading challenge 2018.
Unemployment in Dundee must be tackled by breaking down gender stereotypes that stop jobless men taking on roles traditionally associated with females, says a business leader.
A silent march will be held in Dundee city centre to mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell tower fire.
A man had to be removed from a house following the discovery of a suspicious package.
One of Dundee’s most iconic areas is undergoing major regeneration.
An MP is asking for measures to be looked at to ease traffic congestion at a busy crossroads – including the possibility of a box junction.
Learner drivers are allowed on Britain’s motorways from today following a law change.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has revealed both good and bad news on the injury front ahead of today's crucial Premiership clash with Hamilton.
PERTH City Swim Club are ecstatic on three fronts.
The 5th Downfield Scouts celebrated their 100th anniversary with a special reception.
Youngsters from Dundee were put through their paces during Showcase the Street’s in-service day of dance.
A-Jay Leitch-Smith proved to be Dundee’s last-action hero in a 2-1 win at 10-man Hamilton but he hailed Scott Allan for being the man who made it all possible.
Two police officers have been sacked after accidentally leaving a message on a mother’s voicemail saying they hoped her vulnerable child would “get raped”.
A “suicide molecule” that forces tumours to self-destruct could open the door to fail-safe cancer therapy, scientists believe.