This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan discuss Gordon Strachan’s appointment as technical director at Dundee, Lawrence Shankland’s early impact at Dundee United and Celtic telling Arsenal where to go.
Residents have been left puzzled after bizarre religious messages were scrawled on walls across Dundee.
London City Airport has launched an ambitious bid to secure direct flights from Dundee – and has promised to offer up to three return journeys a day.
The widow of Dundee United legend Frank Kopel was “absolutely furious” to learn one Scottish local authority has scrapped Franks’s Law funding.
V&A Dundee is to host two major exhibitions next year celebrating the work of Mary Quant and five decades of club culture.
PODCAST: Twa Teams, One Street – Can Lawrence Shankland be United’s title clincher and will Dundee’s new boys gel?
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan pore over what new signing Lawrence Shankland can bring to Dundee United, discuss if Dundee can gel in time for the new season and look at the madness of European qualifiers.
Dundee turned down the opportunity to commission a statue by the sculptor behind the world-famous Kelpies, the Tele can reveal.
Ten teaching posts are vacant at Dundee schools just over a week into the summer holidays.
Hundreds of keen runners took to the streets in Dundee’s half and full marathons.
Three of my girlfriends and I were off to the Webster Theatre.
A national allotments body has distanced itself from a scandal-hit Dundee association – amid claims its name is being used to falsely endorse the local group’s actions.
Brechin City FC's board are looking for a club historian to help catalogue the highlights of the side's 113 years in existence.
This week Tele sports reporters Tom Duthie, Calum Woodger and Graeme Finnan look at Dundee’s ‘Premiership level’ signings so far and discuss Dundee United’s need to add quality not quantity. Elsewhere, it’s come on America at the Women’s World Cup!
‘You’re told to continue using heroin instead of getting help’: Drug users in Dundee say they are being let down by poor quality support services
Drug users say they are being let down by poor quality support services in Dundee – and are leaving the city amid fears it will kill them before they get clean.
His bike is nowhere near as quick as the super sporty cars he looks after in Tayside as workshop controller at Porsche.
The Tele can today reveal the first of the headline acts provisionally signed up for Dundee’s Hogmanay party.
As the TV theme tune says, everybody needs good neighbours – and we’re very fortunate with ours (though perhaps not as lucky as they are).
From a covers band playing pubs in Dundee and Kirriemuir to performing original songs as they supported bands such as Primal Scream, it all happened for Emerald Sunday.
A Dundee mum-of-two has said she has "no regrets" about packing up her life in Scotland and taking her family on a trip round the world.
The wife of former Dundee United star Charlie Adam has spoken for the first time about her husband’s death.