A new allotment space in Maryfield has been flourishing since residents grouped together to open the plot.
Police were forced to cordon off a property near the Eastern Cemetery for days after a man was assaulted.
A field hockey club is looking to raise more than £1,000 to fix its team bus after vandals hurled paint stripper over it.
Police are hunting a man and woman who robbed an elderly pensioner in his own car during a “disgusting” attack.
Plans to install a new door security system in a set of closes could be delayed by up to six months due to “technical issues”.
This handsome chap on the right has officially been crowned Dundee and Perth’s cutest pet.
A Maryfield councillor has stepped in to help a family whose garden was flooded with human waste after reading about their plight in the Tele.
A number of road closures around Dundee may affect motorists this weekend and over the next few weeks.
A young Dundee family featured on a popular BBC television show this week.
Dundee City Council may have pocketed as much as £6 million from charging residents up to £10 a week for having a shower.
Plans to relocate the Dundee Museum of Transport to the former Maryfield Tram Depot are not dead yet, its board of trustees has vowed.
Teenagers were spotted using Swannie Ponds as an ice hockey rink.
Residents in Maryfield will have plenty of chances to get their five a day with another allotment due to open in the area.
A Dundee councillor has claimed a lack of funding is to blame for the many Christmas trees littering the city’s streets – weeks after the festive period ended.
More than a dozen people in Dundee lost their lives to drugs in the first half of 2018, new figures have revealed.
A multi-million-pound project to transform the Ellengowan estate is set to start early next year.
Police Scotland has invested more than £1,000 on “pop-up bairns” in a bid to deter dangerous parking at schools in Tayside.
Transport chiefs should revisit proposals to bring park and ride facilities to Dundee, a city centre councillor has said.
A community group has secured £10,700 to help regenerate an “unloved” city street.
An open day is to be held at a former medical centre which it is hoped will soon offer a range of community services.