A Dundee man detained in a psychiatric hospital after allegedly severing a disabled woman’s hand has had a “substantial turnaround” in his mental health, a court has heard.
Forty Taysiders and their loved ones enjoyed a speak peek of the V&A a day before the museum opened to the public after winning early-bird tickets in The Courier's prize draw.
Still Game’s chatterbox Isa and miserly Tam visited Dundee this week before their upcoming Burns supper appearance in the city.
Thousands of hardy souls slept under the open sky in Tayside's freezing winter conditions to raise money for homeless people across Scotland.
A Dundee stroke survivor who lost his speech has told how he made a miraculous recovery and went on to become a table tennis champion aged 71.
A Dundee drug user spat at a policewoman’s face while he was covered in blood as he sat in the back of a police car, a court has heard.
Cuts to beds and staff at a Dundee respite centre for severely disabled children are to be reversed following crunch talks between parents and MSPs.
Thousands of revellers enjoyed a nostalgia-filled evening in the sunshine as bands Steps and Blue played at Dundee’s Slessor Gardens last night.
V&A Dundee has been welcomed to the city in spectacular fashion.
It’s a teenage rite of passage – rebelling against family expectations of what you’ll be when you “grow up”.