It is unlikely we will ever uncover the identity of Barney but the sorrow surrounding his death at the height of the cholera outbreak of 1832 was recorded in detail by this newspaper.
Broughty Ferry and Carnoustie lifeboats rushed to the scene of an upturned dinghy this morning.
A Dundee drop-in drug treatment centre had to close for a day due to staff shortages.
Residents have hit out after protected trees were chopped down in Monifieth to make way for luxury housing.
Senior doctors in Tayside claim they have been forced by the Scottish Government to offer patients stronger chemotherapy doses against their own judgement.
A young Dundee boy whose mother tragically passed away is to walk 30 miles in her memory, while raising money for marine welfare.
NHS Tayside spent a six-figure sum on so-called “gagging orders” for employees over the past five years, according to new figures.
A Dunkeld man has returned from Nepal where his team overcame a near-fatal accident to make a documentary about the Sherpa people.
Members of the Dundee-Nablus Twinning Association met the man whose attempted assassination forged the link between the cities.