Residents of a block of flats have issued a polite notice to drug users – urging them to phone their dealer instead of pressing their door buzzers.
A Dundee cabbie has warned that rogue traders may be operating a watch scam in the area.
Almost £3,000 has been raised in memory of a popular mum who died on her wedding day.
A nursery is counting the cost after “scumbags” trashed its garden and caused hundreds of pounds of damage to play equipment.
A charity which supports people with disabilities is attempting to raise £3.6 million to build brand new premises in the city.
A mum-of-five with terminal cancer who died on her wedding day wrote a poignant unpublished social media message about her condition.
A family have spoken of their heartbreak after a mum-of-five with terminal cancer died just hours before she was due to marry her soulmate.
A Mid Craigie man is to stand trial at the High Court in Edinburgh later this year.
One Dundee mum had discovered that going on her own healthy eating regime had the added bonus of improving her children’s health.
A 65-year-old man has appeared in court accused of raping and sexually assaulting a woman and forcing a dead bird into her mouth.
As part of Child Safety week a group of Dundee mums and toddlers learned all about safety around the house.
The owner of a burger van in Dundee returned from a weekend off to find thieves had stolen a charity box after breaking into her snack bar.
Multiple police units descended on Mid Craigie following a hunt for a man who “ran off” after a vehicle he was in had been pulled over.
Dundee residents are calling for more dog and litter bins, saying rubbish and dog fouling is reaching “disgusting” levels.
Declan Collins, 21, from Mid Craigie, a fourth-year painter, has been presented with the Bill McKay Trophy after being named as Dundee City Council’s apprentice of the year.
It might have been cold, wet and windy with Easter snow last week rather than bunnies and sunshine, but for families in the Mid Craigie area of Dundee, things have been looking bright.
A double killer has failed in his bid to have his conviction and sentence quashed.
A stalker who breached a bail order not to approach or contact his ex-partner, after going to her house and assaulting a man, has been admonished at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A plaque and guitar have been put up in a city pub in memory of a local musician.
Less than two-thirds of Taysiders who are sent a bowel cancer screening kit actually take the test, new figures have revealed.