A controversial move to strip religious leaders from voting on the future of Dundee's education system could be brought back to the table after it was booted out last night.
Thousands of people joined in the festive celebrations as Dundee’s Christmas lights were switched on last night.
Dundee council workers forced to put up new Christmas tree after previous one began falling apart almost immediately
Red-faced council workers have been forced to put up a new Christmas tree today after their previous one began falling apart as soon as it arrived.
Dundee paid tribute to those who have died in combat in a series of Remembrance Day events across the city.
A number of Remembrance events will be held across Tayside this weekend to pay tribute to those who have died in combat.
Dundee's new B&M store has opened and marched straight into the hearts of residents by adopting a charity for military veterans.
The long-awaited opening of the brand new B&M Dundee store, on Clepington Road, takes place on Saturday.
Dundee’s Lord Provost Ian Borthwick has taken a trip down memory lane.
The lord provost of expressed his concerns about homelessness and unemployment rates in Dundee during an interview with Harris Academy pupils.
A Broughty Ferry woman was visited by Dundee’s civic head to mark a special occasion.
More than 100 adult learners from Dundee and Angus celebrated their academic achievements during a civic reception held at the City Chambers.
A cafe that pioneered a “pay what you can” model in Dundee has welcomed Lord Provost Ian Borthwick to mark four years of operation and an extension to its opening hours.
Thirty years ago today Tayside’s first community charge bills – also known as poll tax demands – were sent out.
A children’s charity targeted by vandals was handed a surprise donation by Dundee City Council during its grand opening ceremony.
Rosebank Primary pupils have showcased what they have been learning about global citizenship.
Job losses at Dundee City Council are inevitable as it makes nearly £20 million of cuts, the local authority’s chief executive has warned.
he is the man who has taught generations of Dundee youngsters to swim – and even in his 85th year his passion for the sport is undimmed.
A cornet played on the Western Front during the First World War will sound Last Post in Dundee on Remembrance Day this year.
Lord Provost Ian Borthwick joined pupils to open the refurbished play area at Camperdown Country Park.
A charity seeking to aid the recovery of armed forces veterans has officially opened a special garden.