The first Hogmanay party to hit the streets of Dundee in 20 years is in jeopardy after organisers admitted they are "considering other options" after being taken to task by Dundee City Council's licensing committee.
Tickets have been selling fast for Dundee’s Hogmanay bash.
Dundee’s first Hogmanay party in almost 20 years has been cut back from two nights to just one after disappointing ticket sales.
Dundonians could be in with a chance of sampling a little taste of Italy at this year’s Hogmanay bash.
Rudimental have been confirmed to join DJ Mark Ronson on the bill for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations this year.
The promoters behind Dundee’s first major Hogmanay party for 20 years have defended the cost of tickets for the two-day event.
View frontman Kyle Falconer is to headline Dundee’s Hogmanay celebrations in City Square.
Advanced discount two-day tickets for Dundee's Hogmanay event will cost £62.50, it has been revealed.
The Tele can today reveal the first of the headline acts provisionally signed up for Dundee’s Hogmanay party.
Plans are in place to host the first major Hogmanay event in Dundee city centre for 20 years.
Police in Tayside have charged a boy after a number of cars were vandalised on Hogmanay.
Dundee councillor says folk who ‘struggle to survive’ would lose out if cash is spent on Hogmanay event
A Dundee councillor says people who "struggle to survive" would lose out if cash is spent on a Hogmanay event.
A mother and daughter shared a “magical” embrace in the middle of the dancefloor as they brought in the bells together.
Councils across Tayside and Fife have announced changes to recycling schedules during the festive period.
Dundee City Council has told groups and cultural organisations that they have until Sunday to apply for Hogmanay grants.
An ambitious proposal by an Arbroath fitness instructor to hold a family-friendly New Year party in the town has been cancelled.
An Arbroath man has set his sights on hosting a Hogmanay celebration in the town centre.
Dundee City Council has allocated money from its Common Good Fund to continue supporting community groups celebrating Hogmanay.
Grant Christie, 38, of Sandeman Street, had sentence deferred at Dundee Sheriff Court until March 29 after admitting spitting on a police officer on Hogmanay.
Dundee City Council says the era of being able to afford New Year parties was “long gone”.