Dundee Summer Streets Festival has drawn in thousands to the centre of the city as the two-day annual event kicks off.
Dundee woke to summer sunshine on Tuesday morning.
Hundreds of staff at Dundee Michelin have moved on to “positive destinations” since the decision to close the factory was announced in November.
Owners of a once thriving Tayside hostelry have blamed ‘greedy’ discount voucher schemes for contributing to its demise.
A Dundee Cold War bunker carefully restored for more than a decade will be opened to the public for the first time this year.
A Dundee sheriff accused of sexual misconduct remains suspended from the bench three months after criminal charges against him were dropped.
‘I am proud of where I am from’: Meet the Dundonians kick-starting a street poetry comeback in the city
A dead-end walkway behind two of Dundee's most-visited landmarks is the stage. As the rain spits down, a crowd gathers as lyrical stories set in the city, both real and imagined, ring out across the Tay.
Dundee Pensioner’s Forum ‘very hopeful’ shower charges will be scrapped following meetings with council leader
A Dundee senior citizens' group believes it may be on the verge of victory in its battle to have controversial weekly shower charges scrapped.
Council bosses have stepped in to ensure the safety of a Dundee building — seven years after it was gutted in a fire.
The man in charge of Dundee's cross-party working group on Brexit has said Nigel Farage is not welcome in the city.