A discount supermarket's bid to expand its booze offering at a new store under construction has been rejected by city licensing chiefs.
A 30-year-old man has been cleared of trying to run down another man before colliding with a car occupied by two children.
Shocked residents heard “loud bangs” and a road had to be sealed off after a caravan burst into flames.
John Whyte, 51 and 52-year-old Mary Whyte, both of Kingsway East, are charged with struggling with police officers.
The first ground has been broken on a project to bring a discount supermarket to Dundee’s ring road.
A team from the Scottish Fire and Rescue environmental protection unit attended an incident near Kingsway East on Friday afternoon.
A man who admitted gesticulating at another driver from his car has been admonished.
A crash has caused disruption on Kingsway this morning. A police statement at 10.45am said: “One lane is closed on the westbound carriageway of Kingsway East, Dundee, between Moffat Road and Scott Fyffe roundabouts due to a minor RTC. “No-one injured but recovery needs to be arranged for vehicles involved. Avoid if you can.”
An application by Asda to build a new petrol station at its Milton of Craigie store has been approved by Dundee City Council.
There is reportedly disruption on Dundee's Kingsway after a crane attached to a lorry collided with a bridge.
A busy Dundee road is to be closed due to a burst water main. Xplore Dundee says there will be an emergency closure from tomorrow morning on Pitkerro Road. As a result, bus services 15a/15c towards Whitfield will be diverted via Kingsway East, Longtown Road and Pitairlie Road. The closure is expected to last two days.
Two women came to the aid of a woman who was allegedly assaulted on Kingsway East, Dundee.
A housebuilder is poised to submit yet another application for a residential development on the site of a former Dundee bottling plant.
A man who admitted breaching his bail conditions was found hiding in a cupboard by police.
A motorcyclist has been injured in a hit-and-run in Dundee.
Council bosses have approved plans for a 24-hour Costa Coffee outlet at an Angus retail park.
A man who lied to police to avoid being arrested has been warned he is in the “last chance saloon”.
Plans for a major new housing development in Dundee could be back on the table if a bid to change the local development plan is accepted.
Proposals for a major new housing development on the site of a former Dundee whisky bottling plant are being recommended for refusal by city planners.
A man who attempted to pervert the course of justice by telling lies to police about who he was has had his sentence deferred.