Two men have been taken to hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Fife.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is taking no notice of this season’s positive results against struggling Dundee ahead of their latest clash.
John O’Sullivan insists he and his fellow loan players are determined to repay Dundee for their faith and keep the club in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Actors, dancers and other stage staff risk losing their jobs at Dundee Rep as the theatre tries to cut costs.
Forgan's Bar has won its long-running battle with a Broughty Ferry resident over noise complaints.
He has entertained thousands of children in Dundee.
Once the scourge of many a jumpers-for-goalposts kickabout, the dictatorial “No ball games” sign looks like it might be on the way out.
Dundee manager Jim McIntyre has had his players working on their finishing during an extra week’s training as they bid to halt a seven-match losing streak.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been urged to ensure an internal report on treatment at a mental health unit is published in full.
A new exhibition exploring the cultural importance of video games opens at the V&A Dundee this weekend.
Struggling families across Dundee, Angus, Fife, Perth and Kinross and Edinburgh have been gifted a welcome boost this Easter thanks to Hillcrest Housing Association and Thorntons Solicitors.
A paedophile couple who moved to Dundee after “destroying” a young boy’s life in Liverpool have been handed a combined sentence of more than 19 years.
Dundee have announced the departure of eight young players, including Matty Henvey and Jack Lambert.
A chef who used his skills to produce cannabis infused sweets, chocolate bars and chocolate apples from his home kitchen was today behind bars.
Emergency services were called to a series of road accidents which took place overnight and today.
These Dundee Delinquents are heading off on a UK tour which will end with their biggest show to date.
Police attended at the Kingsway earlier this morning following reports of a car having left the road.
The completion of a controversial Waterfront office block has been delayed because of issues connecting to the water mains.
A desperate thief threatened a supermarket worker with a needle after being caught nicking steaks.
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