A beloved pub boss has been hailed as a “perfect gentleman” following his death.
A Fife inn which has lain abandoned for several years has finally been knocked down.
The Nether Inn and Braes in Dundee are joining thousands of pubs and bars across the UK in what is thought to be the world’s biggest pub quiz, and it’s all in aid of charity.
Tributes have been paid to a “one-of-a-kind” former Dundee landlady.
NAMED: Seven Dundee pubs forced to pay Premier League £30,000 for illegally screening football games
Seven pubs in Dundee have been forced to pay the Premier League a total of £31,815 after illegally screening football games.
Struggling city boozers are not doing enough to prevent their businesses from closing, according to one licensing expert.
There are fears the rising cost of a pint could signal the death knell for city pubs.
The family of a well-known Dundee publican who has died suddenly have said they will remember him as a “lovely, charming man who was generous to a fault”.
Wetherspoons is slashing prices across nearly 900 pubs in the UK to protest against tax discrepancies that allow supermarkets to undercut pubs on alcohol sales.
Brewing giants Heineken are set to pump £500,000 into two Dundee pubs — creating up to 20 jobs.
Police in Broughty Ferry have launched a new initiative targeted at the area’s late night economy.
Major pub businesses of Dundee businessman Jimmy Marr have gone into administration.
Police are being aided by military officers to look after revellers in Dundee’s city centre over Christmas.
The new owner of Dundee’s landmark Capitol pub has revealed it will remain a watering hole for locals.
A glittering awards ceremony has honoured Dundee’s pubs and clubs.
Residents say a former Dundee pub is an “eysore” which should be demolished.
A stunning feast of top-flight football awaits as the Euros kick off this Friday - and nothing beats watching the action with your mates.
An awards ceremony aimed at celebrating pubs and clubs across Dundee takes place next month — and voting is now open.