Bruce Webster, of Albert Street, is accused of attacking his partner and sending her threatening messages.
One of the city’s best-known music stores is set to shut – bringing the curtain down on almost half a century of business.
Paramedics were called to the Stobswell shopping area following concerns for a male.
Residents and businesses around Albert Street face almost three weeks of traffic disruption.
A fishmonger is bringing his retirement forward and closing his business early after Dundee City Council deemed his shop floor was “too bumpy”.
A teenager is accused of attacking two men in a city street.
Residents today described how they heard screaming as a man fell from a second-storey window.
IN PICTURES: Police at scene after man falls from third floor window in Dundee and suffers head injury
Police remain on the scene after a young man fell from a third floor window in Dundee.
Gareth Craig, of Lyon Street, admitted stealing more than £7,000.
John Hodge, 49, was jailed for shoplifting from a city store.
A national bookmaker has assured customers it has “no current plans” to close any more stores in the city.
Fire crews were forced to close off a Stobswell street yesterday evening after roofing came loose from a block of flats.
Customers poured out of a Dundee pub last night after a disturbance in the street outside.
Gareth Craig, of Lyon Street, has been accused of stealing more than £7,000. He is accused of thefts amounting to £7,190 from Macalpine Road, Albert Street, Nethergate, High Street and Kingsway between July 23 and August 21 2016. The 28-year-old had his case continued without plea until May 3 by Sheriff Jillian Martin-Brown.
John Hodge, 49, is awaiting sentence for shoplifting from a city store.
A Dundee mother and son team have appealed for help to kit out a new computer games hub for children with additional needs.
There are currently temporary traffic lights at Albert Street after an electrical fault, Police Scotland has said. Emergency services including Police Scotland were dealing with an underground electrical fire in Albert Street this morning. It is understood there are no casualties or risk to the wider public. Police thanked the public for their patience
Emergency services including Police Scotland have been dealing with an underground electrical fire in Albert Street this morning.
The Royal Mail has blasted city staff for using “inconsiderate” and “dangerous” parking methods to deliver mail.
Dundee City Council has become the unwitting star of an online advert promoting a legal high shop in the city.