A charity fundraiser which started with an appeal to Courier readers reaches its climax later this week at a prestigious London auction.
It might still be another 38 days until Santa visits, but hundreds of city residents still decked the streets for the annual Christmas light switch-on.
Dundee's future could be harmed if the UK leaves the United Nation's educational body, council leader John Alexander has warned.
A brazen thief duped staff at a plush city hotel before breaking into lockers in the building's swimming pool and stealing hundreds of pounds worth of contents.
One of Scotland's most popular craft breweries is to open its newest venture in Dundee.
An investigation is under way after fireworks were aimed towards home supporters at Dens Park on Wednesday night.
Businesses in one of Dundee's busiest areas feel they have been forgotten about after months of roadworks and disruption outside their premises.
A Tayside women's shelter has received extra funding from the government as a result of being one of Scotland's busiest.
A Dundee man has appeared in connection following a near-24-hour alleged standoff with police on the Hilltown.
More than 500 Dundee and Angus College students were at the Caird Hall on Friday to collect their hard earned qualifications.