The arrangements for a by-election to replace the late councillor, Brian Gordon, have been announced by Dundee City Council.
Local golfers are being reassured that plans to build nearly 200 homes on part of an existing course will not see its offering reduce.
Prolific writer Ann Cleeves has said the murder-and-punishment structure of crime fiction is reassuring in a time of political chaos.
Residents in Dundee’s north-east communities have started their festive celebrations with a lights switch-on at Longhaugh Police Station.
A furious mum has spoken out after her child was served a “green” burger for school dinner.
The mum of a boy who was killed during a spate of violence in Dundee 20 years ago has urged teens to “stop and think” amid fears of a similar tragedy happening again.
Local bus firm Xplore Dundee has revealed its finalised plans for revised bus routes in the north-east of the city.
Community leaders in Whitfield will get together next week to look at ways of resolving the issues in the area.
A man who suffered a stroke claims he has been left housebound by his housing association’s lack of funding.
Parents of pupils at a fire-hit school have given their support to the city council for its efforts to get pupils back into learning as soon as possible.
An artist diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of 25 has launched a new exhibition exploring his experience of the disease as well as that of other young people.
Dundee City Council is to build about 35 new social let homes.
Plans to create Safer Streets around a primary school are going back out to consultation after parents expressed doubt about whether the £25,000 proposals would work.
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting projects that could be brought to life as part of Dundee Decides. Dundee City Council has set aside £150,000 in every council ward, which is to be put towards infrastructure work. Today, reporter Ciaran Shanks looks at the projects available to residents in the North-East.
Wheelie bin fires are causing headaches for crews in Strathmartine, a new report has revealed.
The number of deliberate blazes which have been started in Dundee’s north east has risen to its highest level in five years.