The main road through Newport and Wormit is to be made a 20mph zone.
Two Dundee tennis stars have expressed their pride at being nominated for top national awards for contributions to the sport in the area.
Primary schoolgirls had a ball at the latest football festivals held in the city.
The former head of a haulage industry body has avoided a jail term after being caught with a stash of child abuse images.
A main road was left closed after a van fire left Christmas presents 'destroyed'.
A hero jumped into the choppy Tay on his inflatable boat to rescue two struggling canoeists.
Roadworks are to take place on a section of the A92 single carriageway at Wormit as part of resurfacing improvements costing £155,000.
A joiner who was “dignified to the end” of his fight against liver cancer has died at the age of 53.
A costume designer from Fife has scooped a TV industry accolade for her designs on the second series of The Crown.
A new bus service catering for parts of the Tay Bridgehead is likely to continue for the foreseeable future after a trial proved popular.
A family whose pet was forced to undergo emergency surgery is urging anglers to be more careful when discarding their hooks.
Michael uncovers truth of River Tay tragedy ‘cover up’ when paratroopers were dropped to their deaths
A former journalist has thanked members of the public for helping him solve the mystery of a wartime parachute tragedy “cover up” that happened on the River Tay 80 years ago.
People power has paid off after a bus firm threatened to put the brakes on a service.
A social worker has failed in a bid to be reinstated after she was sacked for poor performance — despite claiming to have been the victim of domestic abuse.
A lifeboat crew from Broughty Ferry were called out to assist a struggling dingy in the Tay.
A man has been jailed for at least 20 years for the murder of his brother and attempted murder of his brother's girlfriend by setting fire to them as they slept on New Year's Day.
Gemma Clark has always been a refreshingly blunt soul.
Thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused at a restaurant after a blaze broke out in its kitchen.
Calls to Dundee’s pest controllers about problems with gulls are on the rise.
The group set up to fund memorials to commemorate the people who died in the Tay Bridge disaster is to be dissolved.