Members of a Tayside youth football club who were left devastated after vandals shredded their goal nets are celebrating a great result off the pitch.
A mechanic driving a customer’s car seriously injured a father and son following a head-on collision, a court has heard.
Residents in Newtyle are experiencing a loss of water after a burst water main, according to reports by the local community.
A 48-year-old woman appeared in court in her pyjamas and admitted she had been driving while she was nearly seven times over the limit.
A 39 year-old man had sentence deferred until December 20.
A 41-year-old man has denied assaulting a child in a city park. Paul Jamieson, of South Street, Newtyle, will stand trial on November 22. Jamieson pleaded not guilty to seizing a child by the body, kicking and pulling at the youngster, all to the child’s injury, at Lochee Park on August 13 last year.
Storm Ali: Fallen trees cut off Dundee buses to local areas and ‘it could be like this for the rest of the evening’
Local residents have been warned that their road could be closed for the rest of the day after strong wind brought down trees.
When you think of the year 1912 it seems like a completely different world.
Three men were convicted of driving offences.
Police are appealing for information after lead flashing was stolen from a property.
Former Tayside police officer Vince Smith has died.
A friendly smile and a nice manner certainly worked for Newtyle man Jim Cochrane.