Songstress Emeli Sande was in Dundee today – and came face to face with a fellow music legend.
A serial thief used a stolen bank card to buy a toy helicopter and a packet of biscuits.
A sheriff fined a woman who “panicked” after stealing goods worth more than £120 from Marks & Spencer.
Ambitious plans to create a £6 million housing and retail development on the site of a shop destroyed by fire have moved a step closer to reality.
A city centre homeware store has been slammed for selling a range of racially offensive dolls.
Gillian Taylor, 39, of Baluniefield Road, is accused of a series of thefts using a stolen bank card.
A 38-year-old will stand trial accused of hitting a child with a mobility scooter while under the influence of drink or drugs.
A man has admitted stealing £20 from a child in the city centre.
Driver allegedly hit child with scooter in Dundee city centre while under the influence of drink or drugs
A man allegedly hit a child with a mobility scooter while under the influence of drink or drugs.
Dundee's HMV store has been spared the axe.
A decision on the future of Dundee's HMV store will be announced today following a takeover of the wider business by Canadian retailer Sunrise Records.
Plans to open a Mediterranean restaurant in an empty city centre unit have been delayed.
A Dundee man was jailed for eight months.
Maria Blair, 39, of Blackness Road, had sentence deferred until January 17.
Dundee’s development convener is calling on businesses to unite for a single day of “European-style” late openings amid claims the city centre is “decaying”.
Like many high streets across the UK, the Murraygate hasn’t had its troubles to seek.
A major high street retailer could be coming to Dundee as part of plans to build a £6 million development on the Murraygate.
A man accused of assaulting a couple with a knuckleduster launched a foul-mouthed rant at a sheriff.
Ryan Wilson, 23, of Adamson Court, Kirk Street, was jailed for seven months and fined £100.
A career in retail starting when she was just 15 and being a publican since she was 28 has helped Annemarie Findlay in customer care – and she has now found her passion at electronic cigarette store Refill Station.