Tayside Police is urging folk not to post on Facebook that they are on holiday.
Temperatures could soar to almost 30 degrees in the city this week, beating top holiday destinations in Europe in the heat stakes.
A West End church played host to a sizzling fun day.
Dundee is basking in a heatwave this week, leading to speculation that the city could experience its hottest ever day.
Sunny Dundee lived up to its moniker last month, with the city basking in the brightest May in more than 60 years.
Jersey is proving a holiday hit with Dundonians this summer, a city travel agent has revealed.
As June looms, thoughts of the season just ended are probably large in the mind of fans but, for clubs, work for the 2018/19 campaign are gathering pace.
Dundee boss Neil McCann insists the Dark Blues are “very active in the market” as he looks for a solution to his side’s main problem – goals.
A special coating is being applied to a paddling pool to prevent accidents.
Ambitious plans to turn this year’s Westfest into a world record-breaker have been revealed.
Organisers behind Dundee’s bright new feel-good campaign say they have been “overwhelmed” by the response so far.
People are more stressed in hot weather than in colder months, new research suggests.
A bright new campaign has been launched to ensure Dundonians and visitors are looking cool as the city gears-up for one of the biggest summers in its history.
Dundee’s summer isn’t over — but the city looks unlikely to bask in balmy temperatures again.
There may be just under three weeks left of the school holidays, but there’s no shortage of activities to keep Dundonians entertained.
Britain’s weather will be an “unsettled regime” of rain and wind, mixed with bursts of sunshine, for at least the rest of the month, according to the Met Office.
From arts and crafts to crazy sporting challenges, a variety of free kids’ activities has been lined up to entertain Wellgate shoppers this summer.
School’s out for summer — and Dundee has a whole host of family events to keep the kids busy.
Taysiders basked in above-average temperatures as high as 24.5C at the weekend as summer truly kicked in across the area.
As the old saying goes, seven days is a long time in football. Glance at what’s happened to the Dundee United line-up from the last day of the season just over a week ago and you might want to call it an eternity.