Sentence has been further deferred on a serial offender who held a pair of scissors to his pal’s neck while he punched him.
A man who “lives” in prison held a pair of scissors to his pal’s neck while punching him in a row over drugs.
A Dundee charity that carries out work around the globe has unveiled plans to renovate its building – and do more closer to home.
Residents were left without water after a mains pipe burst in the Whitfield area of Dundee.
Xplore Dundee was forced to withdraw bus services as firework-hurling yobs caused havoc last nights.
A children’s day care centre in one of the city’s newest campuses has been told by inspectors that it must do better.
A man was reportedly struck with a spanner as a mass brawl broke out at a city football training session on Monday night.
A drugs charity marked International Overdose Awareness day with a touching tribute to those lost to addiction.
‘They’ve been running amok’: Gang of 40 yobs pelt disabled man with eggs then target those helping him
A mob of youths attacked a disabled man – before targeting two people who came to his aid.
Teen thugs are dicing with death by “playing chicken” with city buses, a transport boss has said.
Police have released a statement after buses were called off in Dundee for a third night running.
Xplore Dundee says it has alerted "the authorities" after yobs caused bus services to be called off for the third day running.
Buses were withdrawn from service for the second night in a row after coming under attack.
Dundee’s education boss has admitted the council “hasn’t got it quite right” over parking at the city’s newest school campus.
A man has pleaded guilty to an assault charge. Michael Holman, 36, of The Spruces, admitted that he assaulted Ryan Carling and punched him to the head at The Crescent, Lothian Crescent, on December 1 last year. Sheriff John Rafferty deferred sentence until August 31 for Holman to appear personally.
Police officers were set to return to a Dundee schools campus yesterday in an attempt to deal with traffic chaos.
A fire crew used sand to smother a blaze started in woodland in Dundee.
A fire crew used sand to smother a petrol can fire started in woodland in suburban Dundee.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was called to Whitfield on Tuesday night after reports of grass and bushes being alight.
A man who spat on a girl and pushed her on the body was placed on a community payback order under supervision for a year with 150 hours of unpaid work.