A Glasgow company that pledged to create hundreds of jobs in Dundee has gone bust just weeks after announcing the plans.
A Tayside photographer who watched on as a number of vehicles drove past while he lay strapped in his overturned van on a busy main road has urged motorists to look after one another in icy conditions.
Council leader hits out at ‘inconsiderate’ litter louts after clearing up mess left at Camperdown Park
The leader of Dundee City Council has hit out at "inconsiderate" litter louts who left a mess at Camperdown Country Park at the weekend.
First Minister admits failure to secure Scottish renewables contracts has been a ‘huge issue’ for BiFab and other firms
Nicola Sturgeon has admitted the failure to secure domestic renewables contracts has been a "huge issue" for Scottish businesses, such as the beleaguered fabrication firm BiFab.
An MSP has claimed Dundee residents are being shortchanged on rising revenues brought in through city business rates after the local council was forced to cut nearly £9 million from its budget.
Seven police vehicles sent to raid on Community Justice Services after belt buckle mistaken for offensive weapon
A police raid on a community justice centre has been described as "totally over the top" after seven vehicles were called to deal with a belt buckle mistaken for an offensive weapon.
Summer of Games could ‘cement’ Dundee as international innovation hub and inspire budding local developers
A four-month gaming extravaganza in Dundee will "cement" the city as an international hub of innovation and inspire a new generation of budding local developers, industry figures have predicted.
A popular exhibition celebrating video game design in Scotland and around the world has been chosen as the next major installation at V&A Dundee.
Leading figures from the worlds of video games, archaeology, computer science and art staged have examined how immersive new technologies could reshape reality.
Businesswoman delivers pay boost for staff after being inspired by Dundee’s drive to become first Living Wage city
A small businesswoman from Dundee has become one of the first employers to rise to the challenge of building a Living Wage city.