A Dundee care worker says proposed changes to shift patterns and working hours would leave her facing a childcare nightmare.
Residents on Dens Road have been left fed up as they claim authorities are “passing the buck” over sewage issues in and around their homes.
Selfish drivers have been blasted for forcing pedestrians on to a busy road.
A senior Dundee councillor has called for a footbridge near one of the Kingsway’s busiest roundabouts to be torn down and replaced with “modern pedestrian crossings” after raising concerns about its safety.
A brutal murderer was able to start a relationship with a vulnerable female prisoner behind bars after a romance blossomed in a prison hairdressing salon.
The next phase of development works to create new homes in the Hilltown is set to get under way next week.
Deputy first minister John Swinney MSP has officially opened the city’s new £17 million North East Campus and £16 million Coldside Campus.
A charity has proven that every dog can have its day – having transformed the fortunes of thousands of pooches.
Doctors from NHS Tayside have apologised to a family after botching a disabled 12-year-old’s feeding tube operation.
A Dundee couple who recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary have donated all the money given to them in lieu of gifts to a charity set up in memory of a young city dad who tragically took his own life.
PARENTS and residents have hit out over parking problems outside a new school campus.
A Dundee man has been found guilty of committing violent and sexual offences against children.
What does a typical Dundonian look like? What do they do each day and how do they feel about their area?
A Dundee councillor investigated over an alleged anti-Semitic Facebook post has been given an official warning by Scottish Labour.
One of Dundee’s oldest libraries is to get a facelift.
A couple who allegedly threatened to make a false report of rape against a man unless he paid them money will face trial accused of attempted extortion.
The Hilltown Indoor Market could be set to reopen within the next few weeks – for the first time in more than 18 months.
Residents in a street blighted by litter believe bin raiders are rifling through their rubbish looking for dumped goods to sell on.
Hundreds of youngsters have started school at the city’s newest campus.
A Dundee Labour councillor returned to frontline politics this week following a long-term absence.