A former chef had to give up work after being diagnosed with a rare vascular condition that has left him struggling to stand for longer than 10 minutes.
A Dundee man living south of the border has paid tribute to his home city by naming his daughter River Tay.
Police are warning motorists to expect congestion on the A90 in the northern part of Dundee.
January is normally when people target weight loss after a month of festive over-indulgence.
A reader has voiced their confusion after a bus stop in Dundee apparently lists its destination as a former nightclub in the city.
A Dundee florist has slammed a “Bonnie and Clyde” duo who made off with a bouquet from her delivery van.
A mother and daughter shared a “magical” embrace in the middle of the dancefloor as they brought in the bells together.
A man who once told police he wanted to “get rid of Polish and foreigners” from Dundee called his neighbour “a Polish ****” and threatened to kill her and set fire to her property.
A woman has thanked a Good Samaritan who saved Christmas presents bound for her family in Poland.
Police are currently on the scene after an HGV collided with a barrier near the Fintry roundabout on the A90 Forfar Road.
A bus driver sacked for brawling with a passenger is appealing against the decision.
A Dundee poker player will head to the Bahamas next month to compete in a major tournament.
A care home firm has criticised the “lenient” decision to let a worker who used racist language continue working in the industry.
Fintry Mill Medical Centre has now officially ceased to exist after an application to remove the building’s classification as a medical practice was approved by the council.
Residents in Dundee’s north-east communities have started their festive celebrations with a lights switch-on at Longhaugh Police Station.
Sentence was deferred on a man who admitted driving without a licence.
A Fintry woman who was the first civilian to work in the medical centre at the former RAF Leuchars air base has received the Imperial Service Medal.
In August, Billy Thomson sneaked out of Ninewells Hospital to see his grandchildren start their first day at school.
People who live near a busy primary school could end up policing their own streets under a peak-time car ban scheme that police say they can’t enforce.
Police have launched an investigation following a deliberate fire at a former primary school.