A man has admitted chopping off a disabled woman's hand in a horrifying attack in her Dundee home.
Four charges have been dropped against a builder accused of fraud at properties across Tayside.
The price of a pint could be considered robbery and some of the bar room patter is murder but crimes of a different sort will be discussed by boffins in a Dundee pub.
An Edinburgh doctor who is widely respected for his work with the homeless has lamented the absence of GPs on the Dundee Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP).
A local environmental charity expects the proposed 20p recycling scheme to clean up Tayside and Fife as long as it's implemented "properly".
Dundee parents yesterday hailed the planned introduction of a new £250 benefit payment designed to help with spiralling school costs.
A Dundee D-Day veteran has died just days before the 75th anniversary of the historic Second World War invasion.
Concern has been raised over the number of vacant teaching jobs in Dundee as new statistics reveal 25 posts are currently unfilled.
The decision to charge most over-75s for a TV licence will increase social isolation in Dundee, a local citizens' rights group has claimed.
Major staffing issues at a Dundee school have led to classes being merged and held in the building's assembly hall.