Nearly 2,000 runners turned out for the annual Race for Life and Pretty Muddy events in Dundee to help raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Tennis star Judy Murray has hit out at Dundee City Council after it emerged the authority may be allowing coaches to park on a city tennis court while it carries out renovation work.
Eid in the Park 2019 was a big success.
A Dundee man has spoken of his disappointment after rogue fly-tippers dumped rubbish on a path at Camperdown Park.
John Nelms has set 2021 as his new target to get Dundee’s new stadium ready for action.
Work has begun on £300,000 worth of improvements to car parking facilities at Camperdown Country Park.
Dundee City Council leader John Alexander has once again taken to social media to blast people dumping litter in the city.
Hundreds of families converged on Camperdown Park on Sunday for the Easter family fun day.
Carnival rides, arts and crafts, face painting and the obligatory egg hunt will all be on offer at Camperdown Park on Easter Sunday.
A warning to Dundee dog owners has been shared online after a woman's dog had to be put to sleep in a possible poisoning incident.
Police Scotland are appealing for information after a 32 year old man was allegedly robbed in Camperdown Park in Dundee on Wednesday.
Who did this on Camperdown Golf Course? That is the question police want help answering. Significant damage was caused overnight. A police statement said: “Do you know who is responsible? Call 101 quoting 0608 of 5 Feb.”
The news that McGill & Co Ltd has gone into administration will come as a surprise to many given its most recent company accounts.
‘I woke up unable to get out of bed and speak’ – St Andrews mum to run in Dundee as a stroke survivor
It was just over a year ago that Elinor Steven woke up in bed unable to move or speak.
Land earmarked for a new stadium for Dundee FC has become a dumping ground for fly-tippers.
IN FULL: Dundee’s American owners enter into negotiations with fans for complete control at Dens Park
Dundee’s American owners have entered into negotiations with fans to give them complete control at Dens Park.
One of Dundee’s biggest parks could be used to grow fruit and vegetables to feed some of the city’s poorest residents.
Dundee managing director John Nelms has admitted progress with the plan to build a new stadium has been considerably slower than expected.
Calls have been made for a designated area to be introduced for scrambler bikes in a bid to tackle antisocial behaviour.
Lord Provost Ian Borthwick joined pupils to open the refurbished play area at Camperdown Country Park.