Ten chess grandmasters will visit Dundee next month to take part in a prestigious tournament with a global audience.
For the thousands of students who graduated from Dundee University last week, the summer of 2017 will be a time of enormous optimism.
A Dundee man says he is considering legal action after featuring in a list which has been perceived as allegedly naming a city school’s worst-ever pupils.
Two new sets of traffic lights could be added to one of Dundee’s busiest roads.
Dundee FC held its first ever beer festival on Saturday in the Bobby Cox stand and in an adjoining marquee. The event allowed visitors to sample a range of craft beers, lagers, gins and cocktails. Entertainment was provided by a number of bands including Jive Candy, Paper Tiger and the Lawson Brothers.
More drug users over the age of 35 die in Dundee than in any other part of Scotland.
The mother of seriously ill Carnoustie boy Blake McMillan said he has surprised medical staff with his "strength and fight".
Pop singer Pixie Lott headlined Dundee University’s graduation ball on Saturday. The star, whose first two singles topped the charts in 2009, appeared on stage in Mono. The ball included a host of other events an attractions including a headphone disco and outdoor disco as well music from bands and DJs.
A video game developed by Abertay University is being used to train police on how to tackle cybercrime.
A Dundee company that provides home care has been named as one of the best providers in the country in the homecare.co.uk awards. TayCare at Home has been named among the top 10 home care providers in Scotland. Jill Buchan, TayCare director, said: “We’re thrilled to have achieved this award.”