A musician booked to perform as the headline act of a national Trans Pride event in Dundee has pulled out after being charged by police.
Dundee FC has apologised to two Celtic fans after an Irish flag was taken from them during the weekend’s league defeat at Dens Park.
Lending The Beatles a record player for their 1963 Caird Hall concerts has turned out to be a Fab investment
A portable record player signed by all four Beatles between gigs in Dundee is expected to fetch at least £4,000 at auction next week.
Health chiefs in Tayside have confirmed patients seeking NHS treatment following the closure of private Fernbrae Hospital will not be given special priority.
Leading human rights campaigner to represent blind international student told to leave UK in discrimination row
A leading human rights campaigner has agreed to represent a blind international student at Dundee University, told to leave the country after his status was revoked in the wake of a discrimination row.
Dundee has slammed the brakes on Angus residents crossing the border to dump their rubbish in city skip sites.
Council leader hails introduction of workplace parking levy powers but rules out using them in Dundee
City council leader John Alexander has been accused of telling other authorities to "do as I say, not as I do" after he hailed new workplace parking levy powers - then ruled out using them in Dundee.
Four charges have been dropped against a builder accused of fraud at properties across Tayside.
Long-serving Michelin staff in Dundee will receive six-figure sums from the factory’s closure, The Courier can reveal.
A new £97,000 play park in Dundee has welcomed its first visitors as it was officially opened.