Shoppers have expressed their disappointment following the imminent closure of another prominent business on the Murraygate.
Workers have been celebrating the fifth anniversary of Dundee’s British Heart Foundation shop opening in the Murraygate.
Bosses at Tesco say none of the staff at its doomed city centre store have been forced to take redundancy ahead of the shop closing on Saturday.
The future of one of the Overgate’s most prominent stores is still unclear weeks after Sports Direct announced it was to open a new shop in Dundee.
Mobile phone giant O2 has provided further details on why it chose to close its Murraygate store earlier this month.
A young entrepreneur is hoping to breathe fresh life into the city centre with the opening of his new restaurant.
Sports Direct bosses are remaining tight-lipped over the controversial decision to turf Tesco out of the Murraygate.
More than 70 jobs hang in the balance after Tesco announced it would close its Murraygate Metro branch – as council leader John Alexander slammed the “bizarre” approach of landlords Sports Direct.
Workers were left "shocked and devastated" today after it was revealed a city centre Tesco store will close due to the landlord not renewing the supermarket giant's lease.
A man who stole more than £390 of goods from stores in Dundee will be given time to work on his drug problems before being sentenced.
Shocked onlookers watched as an ambulance rushed to assist a "comatose" man in Dundee city centre.
Around 4,500 staff in 153 Tesco Metro stores are set to lose their jobs in the latest round of redundancies at the UK’s biggest supermarket, the company has announced.
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.