A man was rushed to hospital on Saturday after an alleged “stabbing” incident.
Police Scotland are concerned for the wellbeing of a missing Dundee teenager.
The sister of a man stabbed to death following a party has branded his killer “an animal”.
A woman was left scratching her head after Christmas presents bound for Poland arrived on her doorstep.
Buses in Dundee are being diverted after a vehicle accident today.
Police were called to an address on Arklay Street after reports of a suspected cannabis farm.
A fraudster faces deportation from the UK after he and his accomplice admitted committing a string of offences.
“Mindless” vandals have been slammed for smashing up two bus shelters.
The man charged with killing Dundee labourer Gordon Diduca after allegedly firing arrows has appeared in court.
The number of sex offenders in Scottish prisons has soared over the past two decades – and many of them are predators who have targeted children.
Tasleem Mohammed, 35, of Arklay Street, was placed on a community payback order under supervision for a year and given a three-month restriction of liberty order, between 7pm and 7am.
A pensioner says he was “lucky to get away with his life” after he was knocked out from behind in a £40 street robbery.
A man has appeared in court accused of attacking a woman in Arklay Street with intent to rape her, while on bail for another offence.
Brodie Purvey, 19, of Arklay Street, had sentence deferred until March 14.
A man has been jailed after being found guilty by a jury of possessing a knife in a public place.
Darren Airlie, 29, of Arklay Street, had sentence deferred after admitting driving offences.
Residents of a Dundee tenant were forced to flee after fire broke out on the top floor.
Three people have been accused of falsely claiming benefits amounting to almost £50,000 in separate cases at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A man who attacked his girlfriend before driving off at 50mph with her clinging to the bonnet of his BMW has been jailed for more than two-and-a-half years.
A man who admitted a charge of “hamesucken” — assaulting someone in their own home — was fined £400 by Sheriff Lorna Drummond.