Dundee businesses remain sceptical of the long-term benefits of the city's Waterfront regeneration, despite many reporting increased footfall in recent months.
Business leaders have hailed 'a renaissance on Reform Street' as the area once known as Dundee's Savile Row continues to transform its fortunes following years of decline.
Charities across Tayside and Fife have admitted they are struggling to cope with the strain of Universal Credit amid calls for a wider rollout of the controversial benefit to be scrapped.
Plans to build 57 new affordable homes at the former Maxwelltown Works in Dundee have been recommended for approval by council bosses.
Plans for a new women's custody unit in Dundee have been backed by city council bosses despite receiving 30 objection letters and a petition signed by more than 1,000 local residents.
Submissions to an inquiry into mental health services in Tayside have been extended due to the number of responses still being received.
Dundee University Students' Association (DUSA) has been named as the best student union in Scotland and one of the best anywhere in the UK, in a leading consumer rights survey.
The man dubbed “the most dangerous philosopher in the West” will visit Dundee University next month to discuss terror, politics and persecution.
Eye-catching images of Jamaica captured by a renowned former Dundee postcard company are to be displayed at a new exhibition.