A treasure trove of sports memorabilia that will be of great interest to golf enthusiasts across Fife and Tayside is to go under the hammer next month.
The chairman of Leisure and Culture Dundee, the arms length body which runs leisure facilities in the city, is to retire this year.
A karate black belt who still teaches at a martial arts school he set up 50 years ago was given a special gift to mark his anniversary.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman has been told to take "urgent action" over a treatment scandal at NHS Tayside which may have put patients at an increased risk of developing recurrent breast cancer.
Michael Alexander hears why there’s something for everyone at the new Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt exhibition which opens at the V&A Dundee on April 20.
The sea has been blamed for a large pile of rocks which have appeared on Broughty Ferry beach.
Dundee-trained artist Michael Corr tells Michael Alexander how he immortalised the city’s former NCR boss in paint for a new exhibition.
Inappropriate pain management after surgery a major cause of opioid crisis, according to Dundee expert
Inappropriate pain management following surgery has been identified as a major cause of opioid crises in several countries, according to a new leading report co-authored by a Dundee University expert.
An Edinburgh councillor who was forced to apologise after disparagingly referring to "bloody Dundee" has said the city now serves as an example of successful regeneration.
Today's news that Dundee has been named Scotland’s Best Place to Live has prompted a variety of responses - from those living in the city and those living elsewhere.