For staff at Dundee restaurant Brassica who walked out over non-payment of wages this week, Prime Minister Theresa May's claim that the era of austerity is over must have seemed like a cruel joke.
V&A Dundee welcomed its 100,000th visitor on Monday - just three weeks after it opened its doors to the public.
A Dundee councillor is seeking assurances plans to introduce more trains at Broughty Ferry will not be derailed by technical faults.
Harrowing testimonies from Dundonians as documentary reveals gangs are selling women for prostitution ‘like commodities’
One of Tayside’s top police officers has warned organised crime gangs are using moving vulnerable women around Scotland “like commodities” to prostitute them.
A Dundee University expert has said early warning systems designed to warn Indonesians about earthquakes and tsunamis may not have worked as intended.
Dundee actor Brian Cox has urged the SNP to lead calls for a second referendum on the UK's exit from the EU.
Developers want to build a second hotel within a stone's throw of the V&A in Dundee.
The work of scientists in some of Africa’s remotest communities is about to be transformed by Dundee University.
Waiting staff at the crisis-hit Dundee restaurant Brassica say they fear it will go in to administration.
The Scottish Government has promised a "new deal" for health boards after writing off hundreds of millions of pounds worth of debts.