Dundee City Council has promised to replace a bus shelter “as soon as possible” after it was removed following a series of traffic accidents.
A woman has claimed she was forced to walk out of her local GP surgery after waiting more than two hours for her mother to be seen by a doctor.
Plans have been unveiled for 49 new homes on a patch of land on the grounds of Downfield Golf Club.
Firefighters were called out to deal with six fires in the space of 45 minutes on Easter Sunday – and were subjected to abuse on at least one occasion.
Pupils at Downfield Primary School have got on their brand new bikes thanks to local funding and The Bike Station in Perth.
Elderly residents are being warned to stay alert after reports of pensioners being targeted by late-night scammers.
A Dundee woman says she is in “shock” after a vehicle careered into her car in a suspected hit-and-run.
A woman has called for speed restrictions on her street after her beloved cat was hit and killed by a passing vehicle.
A care home firm has criticised the “lenient” decision to let a worker who used racist language continue working in the industry.
Downfield reader Bruce Wilson asked: “Did Scotland win six out the seven internationals they played in season 1964-65?”
The Royal Bank of Scotland was forced to serve customers in its car park after a “technical fault” forced the Downfield branch to close its doors.
A&E consultant ‘surprised and disappointed’ at surgeon not operating on tragic Dundee boxer Mike Towell
Dundee boxer Mike Towell suffered an “unsurvivable injury”, the inquiry into his death has been told.
Police have launched an investigation after a grandad claimed he had £1,000 stolen from him as he lay in hospital.
The owner of a missing Ringneck Parakeet bird has been given a boost.
Castle Horror is Scotland’s biggest and longest-running horror entertainment company and it ensures revellers around the country have a spook-tacular time throughout the year.
‘They thought I just had flat feet’: Dundee teen fights rare disease that stops her controlling bodily movements
Flat feet was thought to be the reason that Amy Bruce was in regular pain at age 11.
Nearly half of all lung cancer cases in Tayside are diagnosed at the last possible stage, reducing survival rates by 75%.
A group of friends have continued their tradition of teeing-off in memory of a lost pal, raising money for charity in the process.
Birthday girl Sandra McIntosh had an unusual visitor on her special day in the shape of Donkey Bond, a miniature donkey.
A former school is likely to be sold for housing, the Tele can reveal.