Shock figures have revealed Dundee has the second highest level of child poverty in Scotland.
Schools across Dundee are set for a facelift this summer if councillors back more than £400,000 of investment.
A new report has revealed literacy and numeracy levels among pupils in Dundee high schools are slipping.
Police are investigating after explicit pictures and videos of a Dundee teacher surfaced online.
The Tay Road Bridge Joint Board requires a safety boat.
A major public consultation on the future of schools in and around Dundee will begin next week.
Forgan's Bar has won its long-running battle with a Broughty Ferry resident over noise complaints.
Dundee is making the slowest progress in Scotland for improving attainment at secondary schools, according to analysis by a council watchdog.
Schools across Tayside and Fife could face a mass exodus on Friday when the next climate change protest is due.
The struggle of growing up and getting through school is difficult enough for most teenagers.
Worried Dundee mums are warning other parents about a “sickening” online suicide game that has reached the city.
On the outskirts of Dundee, a whole new community is coming to life after years of planning.
Supermarket giant Tesco has avoided having an application to sell more booze at two city stores denied – by making a last-minute offer to reduce its alcohol capacity elsewhere.
A book of poems inspired by the city’s oldest cultural landmark has been published.
An opposition councillor has criticised a potential merger of two of the city’s schools, slamming it as a “cost-saving exercise”.
Council chiefs say the increasing use of social media accounts is to blame for a rising number of reports of bullying at schools across Dundee.
A fifth of all Dundee schools are either close to capacity, full or over-capacity, new figures have revealed.
A primary six pupil was caught rolling a joint in a Dundee school classroom, police have revealed.
A disabled elderly woman and her terminally ill husband were forced to live in a homeless unit for nine months after the ceiling came down in their council home.
Rival Dundee school gangs are organising mass brawls through social media then posting videos of the violence online for kids all over the city to view.