Two of Scotland’s top philanthropists have once again dug deep and each donated £25,000 to fund places for young people to participate in Social Bite’s Sleep in the Park fundraiser.
A Syrian refugee who had to flee his home country because of devastating war will graduate with distinction from Dundee University today.
Police launch operation to ensure Dundee taxis and businesses are up to scratch ahead of Christmas rush
Police in Tayside have launched a new initiative to ensure local business and taxi operators are up to scratch before revellers descend on town centres for the busy festive period.
Cladding could be removed from Dundee school after council probes fire safety in wake of Braeview blaze
Cladding made of the same material involved in the Grenfell Tower blaze could be removed from a Dundee school more than a year after its presence was first highlighted by The Courier.
Academics reveal part of Fife would be swallowed by Tayside in local authority shake-up based on travel to work
Academics have revealed nearly 2% of Fife would be swallowed up by Tayside as part of a shake-up of local authorities based on travel to work patterns.
Fire chiefs investigating a blaze at a Dundee academy have been told eight safety failures highlighted months and years earlier were still not resolved by the time flames enveloped the school.
Campaigners welcome new legislation following row over Changing Places toilet at Dundee railway station
Campaigners have welcomed new legislation which could help avoid the type of row seen earlier this year after Dundee railway station reopened without a Changing Places (CP) toilet.
Workers protest outside Brassica after director tells them he has ‘no legal obligation’ to cover money owed to staff
Workers at a closure-hit Dundee restaurant have staged a protest outside its former premises after a director told them he has "no legal obligation" to cover thousands of pounds owed to staff.
Cycling and walking routes around Dundee's regenerated Waterfront have been hailed by Transport Secretary Michael Matheson as he announced a funding boost for local projects.
Workers at Michelin Dundee were the last to know their jobs had been scrapped as the firm took four weeks to notify staff and held crunch talks with Scottish Government ministers.