A city councillor has vowed to take concerns over community policing to Tayside's Divisional Commander after learning of a reduction of resources in his constituency.
Local folk hail ‘incredible’ weekend as tens of thousands descend on Dundee for V&A opening and 3D Festival
Locals hailed an "incredible" weekend of culture, music and fun that saw thousands of people from across the world descend on Dundee for a celebration of the city's new V&A museum.
Guests at the 3D Festival are officially record breakers after taking part in the world's largest competition to finish a comic strip.
Ministers warned of business leader revolt if they push ahead with plans for alcohol licensing register
The Scottish Government has been warned it could face widespread protests from business leaders if it pushes ahead with plans to create an alcohol licensing register.
The artistic director of Dundee's Rep Theatre has called on the city to back proposals for a new purpose-built facility as its next "major cultural project" after the opening of the V&A.
A team of sports enthusiasts on a mission to prove they are no couch potatoes, spent nearly nine hours carrying a two-seater sofa around a Perth race track.
Business leaders and academics in Dundee have warned of the impact on jobs and the economy of a no deal Brexit.
Public given first access to V&A as Deputy First Minister claims it can ‘define purpose of Dundee for future’
Deputy First Minister John Swinney has hailed Dundee's "stunning" new V&A museum after welcoming the first members of the public to be given access to the £80 million facility.
An international delegation of design cities will descend on Dundee next month to discover the story behind the new V&A museum and Waterfront regeneration.
A Dundee veteran has spoken of his relief following a successful campaign to get a “disrespectful” memorial changed.