Police Scotland are appealing for information about an extensive series of vandalisms and car break-ins in Invergowrie and the Dundee Technology Park which happened between 10pm-midnight last night.
‘She saw the potential in folk’: Locals pay tribute to Dundee woman killed in East Dunbartonshire crash
Friends have said a local community worker will be a "massive miss" after she was killed in a car accident.
Residents have raised concerns that overflowing refuse bins are becoming an "easy target" for firebugs.
A Menzieshill woman caused police officers “needless anxiety” by persistently dialling 999.
Three men are accused of behaving abusively outside a Menzieshill flat while brandishing weapons.
Dundee’s Salvation Army is mobilising its officers, staff and volunteers for its Christmas campaign.
Demolition work has started at a former Menzieshill pub to make way for new homes.
An eyesore pub is set to be demolished to make way for six new homes.
A teenager has been arrested and charged with serious sexual assault following an incident in Charleston.
Residents have reacted with shock after a pensioner was killed in a road crash near Balgay Cemetery.
Plans have been put forward to increase the number of flats to be built on the site of a former city bar.
Police descended on the Menzieshill area of Dundee after a man was reported to have “taken off” from Ninewells.
A city car park could be converted to variable stay to meet the needs of local businesses and residents at a cost of £10,000.
Dozens of police descended on Menzieshill following a major incident this afternoon.
Dumped furniture and other rubbish is becoming part of the landscape according to residents in Menzieshill.
A woman is to stand trial after she denied hitting her partner, pushing him into a bath and stuffing toilet paper into his mouth when he tried to cry for help.
A man and a woman are due to appear in court later today following an alleged disturbance late last night.
A group of Dundee footballers managed to visit all 200 Oor Wullie statues in just 60 hours at the weekend to raise £1,500 for charity.
Residents in a street previously described as a “war zone” have delivered a positive reaction to plans to have 24-hour monitoring in the area.
Firefighters tackled blazes at two Tayside primary schools over the weekend.