It could be argued that alcohol and DIY don’t go hand in hand – but one designer has proved they make the perfect combination.
Residents on a Dundee housing scheme have hit out at police over their “reluctance” to deal with antisocial motorbike use.
A former patient of the Carseview Centre has spoken out in defence of the facility following the screening of a damning TV documentary.
Police are investigating reports that pedestrians are being put in danger by yobs on motorbikes.
A young woman with cancer should soon be flying to Germany for pioneering treatment – thanks to the incredible generosity of fundraising locals.
A pensioner said she thought she had been “walloped by a cricket bat” after being smacked on the head by a gull in Dundee city centre.
Tayside’s biggest wrestling event is set to go ahead this summer, despite its organisers still grappling with Dundee council licensing chiefs.
Police say three deliberate fires that took place in Dundee in the space of 40 minutes could be linked.
Dundee Carers Centre is launching a new carers cafe at the Ardler Complex.
Plans have been unveiled to open a community cancer centre in one of the most deprived areas of Dundee.
A Dundee community group is calling for police to take action after claiming members are being terrorised by gangs of youths.
As someone who works with flowers day in and day out, you'd think Dawn Falconer's house would be full of blooms and bouquets.
Almost 150 Dundee residents have made their homes safer in the past three months thanks, in part, to the Tele’s Safe as Houses campaign.
A Dundee woman has praised her mum who for years has put aside her own pain to care for her family who suffer from a range of medical issues.
A pensioner has said she is “living in fear” of two men who forced their way into her home striking again.
If you’ve been to a cinema lately, there’s no denying the modern day multiplex is nothing like the picture houses of yesteryear.
After leaving school at 16, Darren Barty was unsure what to do with himself.
Today the Tele goes back to 1995, and a nice little story that appeared in our newspaper.
Two men wearing ski masks forced their way into an OAP’s home and threatened her with a weapon during a terrifying raid.
It can be a difficult time adjusting from being in hospital due to illness and back into home life.