Residents have expressed their disappointment at the news a village post office is set to shut its doors next week.
Dozens of workers at the James Hutton Institute in Invergowrie have been told their jobs are at risk.
A play area which struggled to attract youngsters due to its rundown state is proving popular after a £70,000 facelift.
Dundee car owners have been warned to be extra cautious this summer following a spate of attempted thefts.
Residents in Invergowrie have tightened up their home security after a car was stolen from a driveway.
In August the 204 bus is being discontinued.
Police Scotland are appealing for information after a woman allegedly posed as a carer and stole from an 87-year-old man in his home in Invergowrie.
An 18th Century mansion, used as an orphanage after the Second World War, could be set for a grand restoration under plans put to city planning chiefs.
I see that the council is going to keep a 20mph limit in place in the Glens area.
Spray-painting yobs vandalised cars parked in Invergowrie.
Police have urged motorists to check their cars after several vehicles were vandalised in Invergowrie.
Dundee enjoyed a warmer, wetter and brighter March than usual this year, even while weathering the effects of Storm Gareth, according to a new report.
Big-hearted Jack Bruce is launching a brave bid to set a new world record for the furthest distance skied in eight hours – while raising cash for charity at the same time.
One of Scotland’s brightest hockey talents, Cameron Golden, was the guest of honour at an international youth tournament held in Dundee last Friday.
Two boys, aged eight, have been knocked down outside a local primary school.
Police are investigating after a crash caused tailbacks on the A90 near Dundee today.
A 32-year-old man admitted speeding and was fined £180. Kyle Hutchison, of East Pilmore, Invergowrie, was given three penalty points. Hutchison admitted the charge by letter. He pleaded guilty to driving a car at 43mph in a zone where the speed limit was 30mph at Drumgeith Road, near Summerfield Avenue, on June 29.
A woman has relived the horror of her drink being spiked in a Dundee students’ union after campaigners called for lids to be placed on drinks in pubs and clubs.
A dad says he is facing eviction after a party thrown at his home by his teenage son got out of hand and left the property badly damaged.
An electrician is facing jail after being caught with nearly £25,000 of cocaine he was dealing on behalf of an organised crime gang.