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.
The risk of flooding in the Downfield area is set to be assessed in a new report by two local authorities.
Local organisations throughout the Strathmartine area have benefited from hundreds of thousands of pounds in funding in the last year, a new report has revealed.
This charming little bundle is one of the newest Taysiders — Amy Louise Keenan Cargill.
A donkey has been turning heads in a Dundee neighbourhood after becoming the star of a church’s Easter celebrations.
Dundee resident Tony Camilleri got the shock of his life on a recent visit to Las Vegas.
Schoolfriends of a Dundee teenager who was left fighting for his life after taking a red and white capsule are raising funds for the hospital that cared for him.
The mum of a seven-year-old Dundee boy who is battling cancer has issued an appeal for bone marrow donors after revealing her son has suffered a “major setback”.
A youngster in hospital after taking a red and white tablet is making slow progress but still remains seriously ill.
A former primary school teacher who fought and won her own cancer battle has reached out to Dundee schoolboy Garvie Winter as he undergoes chemotherapy for leukaemia.
A drunken thug attacked his pregnant girlfriend then told her: “That’s it, I am away to ******* kill you.”
Christmas always brings out the eccentric best in people — and Dundonians are no different.
The defence counsel in a High Court trial has claimed the accused didn’t plan to carry through with a threat to rob a Dundee bookies.
A man was sprayed twice in the face with incapacitant spray and struck with a baton as he lunged at police with a bottle, a court has heard.
A betting shop worker was told by a man: “I’m going to rob you, phone the police,” as he brandished a glass bottle, a court has heard.
A man threatened a taxi driver with a Buckfast bottle and told him: “I’m going to kill you”, a court has heard.
Thieves made off with an array of items including an inflatable hot tub in a spate of break-ins at Dundee homes recently.