Three off-duty firefighters, including a husband and wife, came to the rescue when a man suffered a cardiac arrest on a beach.
Two teenage girls have been praised by emergency services after using a lilo to rescue a man and child in water off the north east coast of Scotland.
A video showing dolphins swimming in Broughty Ferry has been viewed thousands of times online.
A dog walker was left stunned after finding a six-foot sea creature washed up on a beach.
A local beach has been named the best in the UK.
A councillor is urging communities throughout the county to follow the lead of East Haven residents after a successful beach clean-up.
Volunteers from the McDonald’s restaurant on Longtown Road teamed up with Keep Scotland Beautiful to help spruce up Broughty Ferry beach.
An area of the beach at Barry Buddon was cordoned off after a dog walker stumbled across a suspected bomb that later turned out to be a WWII smoke marker.
An anti-litter campaigner has hit out after rubbish was left scattered over a popular beach.
The quality of bathing water at Broughty Ferry has been deemed “excellent”.
Walkers have been warned to avoid part of one of Scotland’s most popular beaches after drunken party-goers left shattered glass in the dunes.
A stunning 36-acre stretch of the beach along the east coast of Scotland is up for sale.
Two lifeboat crews from Dundee were called into action today after a group of five people were reported to have become stranded in the North Sea.
Carnoustie and District Independent Councillor Brian Boyd is encouraging people to help reduce litter and plastic pollution in the sea and on beaches.
Plans for a beach development next to the V&A museum have been given the green light.
Dog owners are being warned about the deadly dangers washing up on storm-lashed beaches.
A lifeboat crew was called into action at a Tayside beach after a sperm whale was washed up on the sand.
Plans have been submitted for an urban beach next to the V&A museum.
An appeal has been made for someone in the Dundee area to look after a pony for 10 days.
A man found dead on a shoreline has been identified as a 91-year-old from Fife.