A pervert performed a sex act in his van in front of two horrified women.
Residents have called for an “eyesore” car to be moved after the vehicle was badly damaged in a fire.
On June 23 1894, painter and decorator Stewart Small signed his name on the wall of a kitchen in which he was working at a property on Bell Street.
Firefighters were called to the city centre after a car burst into flames in the street in front of shocked onlookers.
Police have expressed fears for a man seen in Dundee early this morning.
Dundee homes and businesses are suffering power cuts today.
A young woman said she was left shaken after finding a man passed out and surrounded by drug paraphernalia in a city centre car park.
Ryan O’Neil, 37, of Gleneagles Street, avoided a jail term after breaking into a city pub.
A woman who made false accusations of assault and robbery against two other people was placed on a restriction of liberty order.
A photo album with "years and years of treasured memories" has been found in Dundee.
A suspected drink-driver who failed to provide blood samples to police on Christmas Day was placed on a community payback order and banned from the road for a year.
A 72-year-old woman was seriously injured when she was trapped under a heavy goods vehicle for 40 minutes in the centre of St Andrews.
Emergency services were called to a Dundee street this afternoon after reports of two people "laying on the ground".
Paramedics were called to West Bell Street car park after a woman took a suspected overdose.
Jamie Lee Ottaway, 35, admitted possessing the drug clonazolam at Dundee police headquarters.
The owners of a new Dundee pub say they hope to breathe new life into a “forgotten” city centre location.
A man who threatened to “pluck” a staff member’s eyes out at a homeless hostel has been jailed for more than eight months.
A councillor says Dundee’s night-time economy won’t suffer because of changes to multi-storey parking.
Jennifer Johnston, 33, of Dunholm Terrace, admitted breaching a community payback order.
Brian Morrison, 45, of the Lily Walker Centre, Ann Street, had sentence deferred after he admitted attempting to bite a police officer on the body.