Frank Watt, 33, has denied stealing alcohol and a jacket.
Two iPhones and a PC were stolen in a break-in in Dundee. The items were stolen from a unit in Alexander Street between Friday, March 8 and Monday, March 11. A police statement said: “Do you know who was responsible? Call 101 quoting CR/6393/19.”
David Hosie, 36, of no fixed abode, was jailed for 160 days after admitting assault to injury.
A man is trying to find a Dundee woman so she can be made aware that her brother has died.
Councillors will be asked next week to approve “ambitious” plans to splash more than £124 million on improving the city’s affordable housing stock.
The Hilltown Community Centre has been officially announced as a Dundee Foodbank donation space.
City councillors are being asked to approve plans to turn a dilapidated factory site in Dundee into a new affordable housing scheme.
PARENTS and residents have hit out over parking problems outside a new school campus.
A man who admitted assault has been placed under supervision for 12 months.
The relative of a Dundee man is visiting the city and wants to catch up with members of her family she has never met.
NHS Tayside chiefs are facing an angry backlash after admitting they have shelved plans for two GP surgeries at a new community centre.
Cops have issued an appeal about a missing teen last seen in Dundee.
A motorist was almost six times the drink-drive limit when he crashed into a parked vehicle in Dundee.
Dundee mum who carries disabled daughter, 24, up stairs set for ‘life-changing’ move to newly-adapted home
A Dundee mum is set for a “life-changing” move to a new council house after more than a decade of struggling to care for her disabled daughter at their old home.
Keys to new council properties in the heart of the Hilltown have been handed over, with the first tenants in over the weekend.
Locals were given their first look at plans for a new housing development on the site of a former factory in Dundee’s Hilltown.
A number of phone boxes face being removed from the streets of Dundee following acts of vandalism.
Woman says Dundee road is ‘a death trap’ and calls for urgent repairs after surface caused her to fall twice
A Dundee pensioner has blasted the city council — claiming that a “death trap” road surface led to her falling twice and breaking her mobility scooter.
Locals have welcomed plans to introduce a 20mph speed limit on a Dundee road following complaints that motorists are driving too fast.
Dundee’s new council leader has admitted he faces tough challenges in tackling some of the city’s inequalities as he takes over the reins.