Michelin has made a deal with Scottish Ministers to “transform” their Dundee tyre factory in an effort to secure a future in low carbon transport and manufacturing.
Michelin have made a deal with Scottish Ministers to “repurpose” their Dundee tyre factory after production ceases, according to a union.
Revellers were left shocked after a mass brawl broke out in a city-centre pub.
A police officer firing a Taser at a man during a flat siege in Dundee was “justified”, a police watchdog has found.
A mother had to give birth at the roadside after a pothole caused her water to break.
Police are investigating after a crash caused tailbacks on the A90 near Dundee today.
The Dundee Crematorium will have to raise £500,000 in order to install a new cremator that accommodates larger coffins.
The West End community has paid tribute to one of its best-known residents.
A convenience store could be moving into a former church if it fails to renew the lease on its current premises.
Owners of a former city bank have said they will listen to ideas from community groups interested in moving into the £30,000-a-year property for the next 18 months.
Police Scotland has invested more than £1,000 on “pop-up bairns” in a bid to deter dangerous parking at schools in Tayside.
Police were called to a Dundee school following a mass brawl in which an adult was filmed pinning a young girl against a wall.
Plans to revive Stobswell’s shopping district could be in the pipeline.
A Dundee urban hip-hop artist has shot her first music video in the City of Discovery.
Residents have hit out at the “disgraceful” vandals who scrawled graffiti across a 50-foot wall.
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.
Two property entrepreneurs have offered to donate some of their flats to homeless people in a collaboration with the charity Social Bite.
Police are investigating after a group of thugs trashed a van using hammers, poles and sticks
A golf-mad boy was left “speechless” after the Open Championship trophy was put in his room for a surprise after school.
Dundee’s development convener is calling on businesses to unite for a single day of “European-style” late openings amid claims the city centre is “decaying”.