An innovative new programme which aims to improve children’s lives through music is ready to launch in Dundee next week.
Billy Thomson, 31, of Station Road, Longforgan had sentence deferred until September 6 at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A mum has said she was “terrified” when her daughter collapsed in a fast-food restaurant after sucking helium from a balloon.
A bereaved mum fighting for improvements to a Dundee cemetery has welcomed news there could be changes made at the grave site.
Former Dundee United full-back Barry Douglas is set to be on the move again.
Two Dundee motocross riders are offering a reward of £2,000 for the return of their stolen bikes.
A Dundee motocross rider has hit out at brazen thieves who made off with £13,500 worth of bikes and equipment.
Residents of a major Dundee thoroughfare claim they weren’t told about roadworks which are about to start.
A councillor has vowed to investigate claims of speeding close to a Dundee school.
Three men have been charged in connection with a disturbance in Kenmay Gardens, Douglas, Dundee at around 4.50pm on Thursday. A report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal and the trio, aged 22, 23 and 23, are all expected to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court today.
Police have launched an investigation after a stabbing at a block of flats.
The chairman of Dundee Pensioners Forum today warned that “sickening” scams on the elderly and vulnerable are on the rise.
A major investigation was under way today after a man was robbed in his Dundee home.
Police have been combing a Dundee flat for evidence after a 32-year-old man was robbed there last night.
A 32-year-old man was robbed by three men who entered his Dundee home and threatened him before leaving with some items of personal property.
One of the UK’s best-known TV presenters surprised staff at an Angus cafe after making an impromptu visit with his pet dog.
Police Scotland are appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of 35 year old prisoner James Michael McCafferty, who is the subject of a revocation of licence by the Parole Board.
It’s the latest craze sweeping the playgrounds and selling out in shops — but one Dundee primary school has now banned fidget spinners.
Nuns are being moved to Dundee to help tackle the city’s poverty and addiction problems, it has been revealed.
Police Scotland is appealing for information regarding a series of distraction type thefts from within the houses of elderly and vulnerable people in Dundee, mainly in the Stobswell, Maryfield and Douglas areas.