NHS Tayside spent a six-figure sum on so-called “gagging orders” for employees over the past five years, according to new figures.
A Dunkeld man has returned from Nepal where his team overcame a near-fatal accident to make a documentary about the Sherpa people.
Members of the Dundee-Nablus Twinning Association met the man whose attempted assassination forged the link between the cities.
Dundee woman, 56, drags herself from hospital bed to protest plans for fire-hit Mill O’Mains pavilion
A 56-year-old woman dragged herself from her hospital bed to protest against plans to replace a community pavilion that burned to the ground in a deliberate blaze.
A new anthology of Dundee writing will be launched this week by an independent publisher.
A "selfless" Dundee woman who founded a national charity has inspired a local art student's latest work.
The Tay Road Bridge has reopened.
A power cut plunged Dundee city centre shops and businesses into darkness on Monday.
An Angus councillor is calling for a national retailer to bring forward proposals for its vacant premises on the county border.
Courier Country councils face a “precipice” on funding sports and culture because of SNP budget cuts, it was said today.