A man has admitted chopping off a disabled woman's hand in a horrifying attack in her Dundee home.
The price of a pint could be considered robbery and some of the bar room patter is murder but crimes of a different sort will be discussed by boffins in a Dundee pub.
A local environmental charity expects the proposed 20p recycling scheme to clean up Tayside and Fife as long as it's implemented "properly".
A Dundee bow and arrow killer has had his sentence deferred for further psychological reports.
Dundee parents yesterday hailed the planned introduction of a new £250 benefit payment designed to help with spiralling school costs.
‘Gordon has been hit in the chest with an arrow’: Dundee murder trial hears friend’s frantic 999 call
A witness in a Dundee murder case screamed her friend was "bleeding out" in the street with "an arrow in his chest" in a desperate 999 call to police.
Major staffing issues at a Dundee school have led to classes being merged and held in the building's assembly hall.
Brassica protests: Trouble breaks out as restaurant boss wins permission to open new venture on site
A decision to grant the former director of defunct Dundee restaurant Brassica permission to open a new business on the site led to chaotic scenes in a city council committee room this morning.
Four charges have been dropped against a builder accused of fraud at properties across Tayside.
A man was rescued from the River Tay using a ladder just after midnight on Wednesday morning.