Hundreds of people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Tayside will benefit after a vital service was handed more than £150,000.
Deprivation in Dundee is so bad that some families are sharing one toothbrush for the whole household, it has been revealed.
Crunch talks are to take place over the impending closure of Dundee's main Bank of Scotland branch.
Brassica protests: Trouble breaks out as restaurant boss wins permission to open new venture on site
A decision to grant the former director of defunct Dundee restaurant Brassica permission to open a new business on the site led to chaotic scenes in a city council committee room this morning.
‘Absolutely atrocious’ — City taxi chief says he’s not surprised Dundee has high share of disqualified motorists
"Atrocious" driving in Dundee has been blamed for the city having one of the highest percentages of disqualified drivers in the UK.
The rector of Dundee High School has announced he will retire after 11 years in charge.
Dundee's education convener insists teacher recruitment is improving after it was revealed two dozen posts in the city are currently unfilled.
A Dundee University researcher who gave evidence at the Grenfell Inquiry has won this year's Stephen Fry Public Engagement Awards.
A disabled Dundee man believes he is being targeted by "speeding motorists" who object to him parking by the roadside near his home.
Concern has been raised over the number of vacant teaching jobs in Dundee as new statistics reveal 25 posts are currently unfilled.