A man has been arrested and charged in connection with an alleged incident at a church in Dundee.
A number of uniformed police officers have surrounded a Dundee church as part of a hunt for a man.
Overdose protection activists have warned experts in Dundee that policies must change before drug deaths soar.
Independent shop workers in Dundee say the new 20p deposit on bottled and canned drinks risks turning shops into bins.
Gareth Craig, of Lyon Street, admitted stealing more than £7,000.
Dyspraxia East of Scotland for Adults is hosting its first meet-up in Dundee.
Police and ambulance crews were called to the city centre yesterday morning after a man was found slumped in the street.
From making 40 meals a week in his home kitchen to producing thousands in a state-of-the-art one is exactly what Jason Myles has achieved at just 25.
Bus users have been warned to expect disruption ahead of the city’s annual May Day parade this weekend.
A waiter sparked panic when he set fire to cars and a motorcycle in Dundee city centre, causing a series of small explosions.
Muchacho arrived in Dundee with a bang last summer.
A Dundee resident said he burst out laughing after catching a “cheeky chappy” giving a rude gesture on Google Street View via the Nethergate.
William Neilson, 46, is accused of stealing from two city centre venues.
A nightclub boss has sparked a war of words with the Dundee Dance Event (DDE) over claims he is attempting to “cash in” on the event’s success.
Gareth Craig, of Lyon Street, has been accused of stealing more than £7,000. He is accused of thefts amounting to £7,190 from Macalpine Road, Albert Street, Nethergate, High Street and Kingsway between July 23 and August 21 2016. The 28-year-old had his case continued without plea until May 3 by Sheriff Jillian Martin-Brown.
A man has appeared in court charged with firing a gun in Dundee city centre.
Hundreds of people took part in the Trans Pride Scotland event in Dundee on Saturday.
Commis chef Christianne Fahey cooked up a recipe for trouble when she headbutted her partner.
Shelter Scotland is to present a hard-hitting photographic exhibition high-lighting its work with homeless people.
Plans to transform a former bank built in the 1700s into a hip food and drink venue have been submitted to the council.