Campaigners took to the streets to collect evidence to back protected designation status for Dundee Cake.
A Tayside charity has strongly criticised a senior Tory MP's plan to tax pensioners to fill a £2.75bn social care budget shortfall.
Loganair is to be quizzed after it introduced new planes to its fleet but said they will not use Dundee Airport.
Experts in cyber security at Abertay University have developed unique software to create passwords made of images instead of words.
Plans to extend a bistro's opening hours and to allow a pop-up bar have been agreed after work to resolve noise concerns.
A weight loss company has gone into liquidation and has announced it will not be refunding members.
One of Scotland's top chefs has thrown his backing behind a pilot project which aims to reduce the amount of food waste thrown way.
The success of the V&A museum in Dundee has helped to boost tourism at other attractions across Scotland.
Sponsored: From root to shoot – Michelin provides training for apprentices from Kettle Produce and AS Fabrication
Michelin trains engineering recruits from other manufacturing companies throughout Angus, Tayside and Fife - as well as their own employees - and has trained nearly 60 employees across the area over the last five years.
“You can almost feel the spirit when you arrive” – Dundee’s prospects discussed at International Dinner
Business leaders gathered for Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural International Dinner – demonstrating the strong links between the city, Scotland and the rest of the world on St Andrew’s Day.