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.
Dundee City Council is objecting to an application by a company to sell second-hand vehicles from a site near Kingsway East.
A contractor has promised to stop breaking down rubble at a new housing development following an intervention by the Tele.
Land formerly occupied by the Whitfield Labour Club is set to be home to a watering hole once more after plans were approved by the city’s licensing board.
A driver had a lucky escape after an articulated lorry was involved in a smash with her 4x4 during rush hour on Dundee’s ring road.
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A new Home Bargains store is to open in Dundee.
Plans to redevelop the site of a historic Dundee bottling plant are set to go on public display.
An MSP is to meet with fire bosses to seek reassurances over the future of Dundee’s four fire stations.
Car drove along pavement during police chase at busy Dundee roundabout that was ‘like something off TV’
A reckless driver mounted a pavement during a police chase in a bid to escape pursuing officers.
The Scottish SPCA has launched an investigation after reports a husky puppy was “viciously” beaten on a Dundee street.
Supermarket giant Lidl hopes to start construction on its new Dundee store early next year — despite the city council slapping 23 strict conditions on the proposed development.
A £40 million office, hotel and flat complex at the Waterfront is set to go ahead after city planning chiefs recommended it for approval.
Supermarket chain Lidl has said it is “surprised and disappointed” that a proposed store has been recommended for refusal by council planners.
Residents close to a newly proposed retail development say the site would bring jobs to the area and have called on Dundee councillors to back the plans.
More than nine in 10 people living close to a proposed retail development in Dundee are “wholly supportive” of the plans, according to developers.
A major development which could see a former Dundee whisky bottling plant replaced with dozens of homes has been unveiled.
People were forced to flee their homes after a suspected deliberate fire ripped through bushes and fences just yards away.
A leading business chief has called for Dundee to model itself on Glasgow and Edinburgh to enable retailers to thrive in the city.