Police have launched an investigation after a car was set on fire at a Dundee park in broad daylight.
Dark Dundee is to host a special tour as part of the Dundee Women’s Festival, focusing on the last woman burned alive as a witch in the city.
Shopaholics will be able to grab some top designer labels at bargain prices during a sales event at Dundee Fashion Week.
Dundee youngster Garvie Winter has suffered another disappointing setback as he battles leukaemia.
A five-year-old Dundee council letter about a controversial cladding programme has been circulated among Dryburgh residents, amid complaints their homes are being overlooked by the authority.
Thousands of pounds’ worth of goods have been stolen after a Dundee centre shop was raided by thieves.
Stacey McPherson, from Dundee, has been selected from Scouting’s 150,000 adult volunteers to represent the UK at the 24th World Scout Jamboree in the US next year.
The mother of a disabled man who died suddenly said her son achieved more in his 33 years than others do in a much longer lifetime.
Plans have been lodged to turn a vacant building into a takeaway.
Increases in charges will affect families in all walks of life across the city.
A Dundee student has ensured memories of her former school won’t fade after launching a poignant video project about the move to a new building.
Residents of a Dundee tenant were forced to flee after fire broke out on the top floor.
A man who downloaded indecent images of children told police officers he had been abused as a child himself and said it was “an addiction”.
Former heroin addict James Robb was living rough on the streets.
A woman was in hospital yesterday after being found at home with her hand cut off in an attack.
Repairs carried out on a city centre road that sank again just months later were chosen for “aesthetic reasons” rather than for longevity, Dundee City Council has admitted.
A liquidator has been appointed following the closure of a bike shop in Dundee.
Bartosz Bajorek, 28, of Baldovan Terrace, was placed on a community payback order by Sheriff Lorna Drummond.
A Dundee dad spent six weeks crafting an incredible Lego model of the city’s new £80 million Waterfront museum.
Kyle Kelbie, 19, of Sibbald Street, had sentence deferred until February 19 after admitting a string of offences and breach of a community payback order.