It has been announced 16 primary schools across Dundee and Angus will be closed on Thursday December 12 due to the general election.
Police have launched an investigation after a crash between a patrol car and another vehicle at a busy junction.
NHS Tayside is facing fresh criticism after it admitted finding papers concerning the day-to-day running of a former hospital more than a decade after the issue first came to light.
The leader of Dundee City Council has been slammed by opposition members after hitting out at the state of the streets, despite presiding over cuts to cleaning and maintenance jobs.
Dundee Football Club’s Community Trust is hoping to gain a chunk of a lottery pot to leave a legacy in the city with its new project.
Exasperated residents living close to an abandoned hospital are facing up to yet another eyesore.
A shop owner has been given a verbal warning after he sold alcohol outside trading hours – his only misdemeanour in 40 years of trading.
A disabled woman and her terminally ill husband, who were forced to live in homeless accommodation for nine months, are set to finally move into a new home of their own.
Pupils in primary and secondary schools across Dundee are being targeted by online perverts, a city police officer has said.
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.
Several sheep and horses were among the casualties of a major fire that tore through a farmhouse and stables near Dundee.
Six fire engines and police attended a major fire on the edge of Dundee.
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Secondary school pupils in Dundee are to learn life-saving CPR techniques during term time, the city council’s leader has announced.
Tom Connelly was just 15 years old when he first tried to take his own life.
Plans for new play equipment at a prominent Dundee park have been revealed by the council.
Residents are having to do the “hokey cokey” with their bins because of missed collections, it has been claimed.
Local organisations throughout the Strathmartine area have benefited from hundreds of thousands of pounds in funding in the last year, a new report has revealed.
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting projects that could be brought to life as part of Dundee Decides. The city council has set aside £150,000 in every council ward for infrastructure work. Today, reporter Ciaran Shanks look at the choices available in the Strathmartine area.