Canine lovers were in for a treat yesterday at Baxter Park in Dundee as the Winter Doggyfest took place.
Pupils from Baldragon Academy and Sidlaw View Primary School have teamed up to make their community a bit greener whilst the older pupils gain qualifications.
A convicted murderer is back behind bars after being found guilty of assaulting his former partner.
A Dundee writer’s work will feature in a national book, published to celebrate Book Week Scotland.
A man has appeared in court accused of placing a pillow over his partner’s face and restricting her breathing.
Family of Brian Fox say they knew ‘something was wrong’ from shortly after he died on New Year’s Day
The family of Brian Fox say they knew “something was wrong” from shortly after he died on New Year’s Day – but faced a two-day wait to have their worst fears confirmed.
People in Dundee donated 99,997kg of food to our city’s foodbank last year, children at Ardler Primary School heard.
Throughout the decades, the fire and rescue service in Dundee and the surrounding area has continuously changed and developed.
A specialist unit for people with brain injuries will close its doors in a month.
A man has been cleared of rape after the jury returned a unanimous not guilty verdict following a five-day trial.
A thug armed himself with a glass bottle and threatened to take a man’s phone because he wouldn’t let him use his lighter.
‘I’d have stabbed him in the throat:’ Irate thug jailed after swinging knife around outside Whitfield pub
An irate thug who swung a knife around outside a Whitfield pub before threatening to murder a man who attacked him was sent to jail by a sheriff.
‘Brian’s death could have been prevented with more police’: Family of tragic New Year death man speak out
The family of a man who died at New Year say a larger police presence in Dundee could have prevented his death in a taxi rank punch-up.
Jeremy Corbyn has refused to say if he would decriminalise drugs to combat drug deaths if he were to become prime minister.
The signing of Conor Hazard on an emergency loan from Celtic was never a risk for Dundee.
Residents, staff and politicians have heralded the opening of the new £13 million community centre as a landmark moment for Menzieshill.
An antique-dealing thug previously jailed for attempted murder stole jewellery potentially worth £230,000 from an antiques shop.
With Brexit still hanging in the balance, constant calls for a second Scottish independence referendum and Dundee's drug problem the worst it's ever been, Jeremy Corbyn had plenty to discuss during his visit to the city on Thursday.
Thousands of young families got into the carnival spirit as Broughty Ferry kicked off the festive season with a dazzling Christmas Lights switch-on.
A pervert pensioner previously jailed for superimposing his face onto images of child sex abuse has been returned to prison.