It has been announced 16 primary schools across Dundee and Angus will be closed on Thursday December 12 due to the general election.
Over the last 10 months the Evening Telegraph has campaigned for automatic jail terms for those who prey on children.
Residents in Barnhill continue to be left without a post office as a postmaster is yet to be found.
A pervert was caught with hundreds of child images when police raided his home.
Primary schoolgirls had a ball at the latest football festivals held in the city.
Broughty Ferry Councillor Craig Duncan has condemned the recent introduction of cash machine charges at an ATM in his ward.
Police have launched an investigation after cars were broken into on a “busy” road in Barnhill.
A Broughty Ferry road was partially blocked after a car crashed into the back of a parked van.
Residents in Broughty Ferry will be left without a post office for a fortnight when the facility closes for a revamp.
A motorcyclist has launched an appeal for witnesses after he was knocked off his bike in a hit and run incident.
A Dundee pub is at least £1,000 out of pocket after an early-morning raid.
Over the weekend, Co-op stores handed out £19 million to charities across the UK – and benefiting from some of the cash are Barnhill Afterschool care club and High 5 Club Monifieth.
A warning has been issued after a Dundee cat was left fighting for her life having been poisoned with anti-freeze.
A fire-hit Dundee post office could be out of action until after Christmas, it has been claimed.
A busy Broughty Ferry post office will be closed for the foreseeable future after the rear of the shop was heavily damaged by fire.
Staff at a Dundee shop have helped to raise £90,000 for a local children’s charity.
May 22 2017 is a day that will forever remain etched in the minds of two Dundee mums and their daughters.
Coastal flood defence work costing half a million pounds will start in Broughty Ferry this month.
Wow — it’s amazing to see how many people queued for buses to Broughty Ferry and Barnhill to enjoy the sunshine of 1948.
Richard Gibson, 31, of Abercromby Street, Broughty Ferry, had sentence deferred until April 4 after admitting a shoplifting charge.