An iconic Dundee fishing tackle and sporting guns store has been put up for sale after the owner announced his intention to leave the industry and take semi-retirement.
Organisers of the national Trans Pride event have chosen Dundee as its next host following the success of the city's first Pride march last year.
HES workers ‘more convinced than ever’ unpaid wages will not be honoured after talks with business minister
Former Dundee employees of a collapsed clinical waste firm say they are "more convinced than ever" an estimated £300,000 in unpaid wages will not be honoured after meeting with business minister Jamie Hepburn.
Health chiefs in Tayside have apologised for a series of errors in the payoff to disgraced former chief executive Lesley McLay.
A 60-year-old woman has died following a horror crash on the A90 involving a minibus and an HGV lorry.
Public ‘rushed to help’ as man lay seriously injured following collision with cyclist on busy Dundee road
A city shopkeeper has described how people rushed to the aid of a pedestrian after he suffered serious head injuries in a collision with a cyclist on a busy Dundee road.
HES workers to hold crunch meeting with business minister Jamie Hepburn as pressure grows over unpaid wages
Dundee workers at a collapsed clinical waste firm will hold crunch talks with business minister Jamie Hepburn as pressure grows over an estimated £300,000 in unpaid wages, holiday and notice pay.
Residents in Dundee have been given the opportunity to shape a major new project at the city's waterfront.
School pupils permanently locked out of social networking tool Yammer due to ‘significant challenges’ with safety
Access to a maligned social networking tool has been permanently shut down for Scottish schoolchildren after education bosses admitted "significant challenges" with control, moderation and safeguarding.
HES workers urge bosses to ‘do the decent thing’ and deliver unpaid wages as many turn to food banks
Workers at a troubled clinical waste firm have issued an open letter pleading with bosses to "do the decent thing" and deliver unpaid wages to staff, some of whom have been forced to use food banks.