Donald Trump has threatened North Korea with “fire and fury like the world has never seen” after suggestions the reclusive communist state has cleared a final hurdle to being able to strike the United States with a nuclear missile.
Nearly half of SNP councillors in Dundee have second jobs working for the party's MSPs and MPs in the city.
Work on a £2 billion wind farm off the Fife coast will begin next year after the courts threw out a last ditch attempt to scupper the project.
World class chess players have descended on Dundee in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Dundee Grandmaster Chess Tournament.
A Dundee twinning association is appealing for people who went on one of their first exchange trips to Germany in 1962 to come forward for a reunion.
Military authorities have probed fresh allegations of initiation rituals at an Angus military base, it has emerged.
History may have been made at the Duke of Edinburgh gold award reception on Wednesday.
Angus Council’s divorce from an £800,000 partnership with a firm of accountancy consultants has been sealed – but questions remain over how and when the decree nisi was signed.
A man has been found guilty of sexually assaulting two women within the space of four days in Dundee.
A lorry driver who caused major traffic disruption when his truck was blown over on the Forth Road Bridge has admitted he ignored closure signs.