A couple were today convicted of possessing a stolen sex toy and packet of custard creams.
A man has admitting stealing from the Salvation Army.
Boyband stars Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden are heading to Dundee for a brand new show.
A police officer has gone on trial accused of assaulting a man while he was being arrested in Dundee.
John West, 46, of the Salvation Army Hostel on Ward Road, was sentenced after he admitted stealing clothing.
A popular nightclub that closed earlier this year is set to reopen under new ownership and with a brand new name.
More than 40 years after being banned from performing in the city, Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols is set to lift the lid on his amazing life in front of an audience in Dundee.
A man who breached a community payback order and restriction of liberty orders has been jailed for six months.
Snow Patrol are heading for their first UK number one album in 12 years - and are performing in Dundee.
Police were called to a city centre support service amid concerns for a person within the premises.
Two men have been returned to jail and given further time behind bars after they admitted engaging in a fight in a Lochee street.
A Dundee woman has been accused of endangering the life of her wife by threatening to kill her while submerging her under water in a bath.
A talented young drag artist has described how a group of older men subjected him and two friends to a terrifying “torrent of homophobic abuse” in Dundee city centre.
Two men have appeared in court charged with assault and breach of the peace in an alleged incident in Lochee High Street on Tuesday.
Christopher Shannon, 28, of Salvation Army Hostel, Ward Road, had sentence deferred for good behaviour.
A man who threatened to “pluck” a staff member’s eyes out at a homeless hostel has been jailed for more than eight months.
Ryan Simpson, 21, of Strathmore Lodge, Salvation Army in Ward Road, was jailed for four months by Sheriff Alastair Carmichael.
Grant Wales, 22, of Riddell Terrace, admitted breaching a bail curfew by being outwith his home between the hours of 9pm-7am. He admitted committing the offence at the Balcony Bar in Ward Road on Sunday. Sheriff George Way deferred sentence on Wales until April 9 and granted him bail.
Connor McIntosh, 21, a prisoner at Perth, was jailed for a year after admitting knife offences.
A group of young people have been kick-starting their careers on a free work placement with BT in Dundee.