Ryan Tierney, of Arklay Place, denies smashing a van window and threatening police officers.
Two men have appeared in court accused of severely injuring a man at a city nightclub.
Councillors have approved plans to build 45 new homes in the Mill o’ Mains area.
A street under construction in Mill o’ Mains is likely to be named Islay Place if the idea is approved by Dundee City Council.
Residents in Mill O’ Mains are hoping to finally have a new community meeting place – after plans were lodged for a replacement for their fire-hit pavilion.
A man who attempted to pervert the course of justice by telling lies to police about who he was has had his sentence deferred.
A man has been fined £750 at Dundee Sheriff Court for breaching a community payback order.
People living in Mill o’ Mains are to be given an opportunity to comment on the latest and final phase of the area’s regeneration project.
A petrol station worker fears there could be a “major incident” after firebugs torched Eurobins next to the premises.
Community leaders have slammed the “mindless vandals” they claim are deliberately setting fire to wheelie bins in their neighbourhood.
Carol Anne McColl, 34, and David McColl, 41, both of Hebrides Drive, admitted that on July 26, at Hebrides Drive, they behaved in a threatening or abusive manner.
Carol McColl, 33, of Hebrides Drive, admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner on July 26, at her home street, shouting and swearing, uttering abusive and offensive remarks and threats of violence, challenging others to fight and behaving in an aggressive manner.
Police are investigating the sudden death of a five-month-old baby in Dundee.
A woman who stole from a Dundee pharmacy has been given a community payback order. Brenda Thomas, 40, of Hebrides Drive, admitted stealing a quantity of cosmetics from Boots in Reform Street. The court heard Thomas resorted to shoplifting “when she was desperate”. She was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.
Ian Bambury, 30, of Hebrides Drive, was fined £400 at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Residents of a Dundee street say they have had vehicles badly damaged after a “substantial dip” developed — suspected to have been caused by HGVs passing through.