Union members in Dundee have given the city council a bittersweet Valentine’s Day card – asking the local authority not to “break their hearts”.
A march and demonstration against budget cuts is to be held in Dundee.
Dundee’s monthly Farmers’ Market is set to expand in the near future.
Animal rights activists have staged a protest in Dundee attacking what they say is “speciesism” among meat-eaters that sees them treating animals such as dogs better than pigs.
SOUND OF SILENCE: Police say no complaints were made, so why did Dundee City Council ban buskers’ amplifiers?
No noise complaints about buskers have been made in Dundee in the last three years – contrary to council claims that such gripes justified an amplifier ban.
Dean Banks may be a globetrotting private chef and new TV star but nothing beats a steak pie in City Square.
Community heads have drawn up a list of issues that need to be tackled in order to breathe life into Dundee’s “decaying” city centre.
Music and dance from around the world is to be performed in Dundee next weekend to mark St Andrew’s Day.
It might still be more than a month until Santa visits, but hundreds of Dundee residents still took to the streets for the annual Christmas lights switch-on.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – with festive switch-ons taking place across Dundee and Tayside this week.
Slessor Gardens could be the new home of Dundee Pride next year after organisers claimed the event had already “outgrown” City Square.
The countdown is now on to this year’s Santa Dash, which was officially launched yesterday.
Attendees of this weekend's first ever Pride event in Dundee are being warned of searches ahead of the event in the City Square.
A campaign aimed at tackling the number of drug deaths in Dundee has been launched by a city-based charity.
More than 3,000 new students are set to join the University of Dundee this week – alongside the institution’s new chancellor.
A campaign to encourage more people to choose green travel options in Dundee was launched at City Square yesterday.
The Waterfront and the V&A are welcome and exciting developments but there is concern that the historic city centre is in decline.
City Square played host to the launch of a movement to say “thank you” to those who served during the First World War.
A host of stars from the Edinburgh Fringe are to descend on Dundee for a month of live comedy.
An invitation has gone out to Dundonians to get their dancing shoes on and dance the day away in aid of a good cause later this year.