A march celebrating 70 years of the National Health Service and protesting against cuts to its funding is to take place next month.
The case against a man accused of chopping off a disabled Charleston woman's hand in a brutal Valentine's day attack has been continued again.
A rare book detailing the commercial history of Dundee is to be one of the top prizes at an upcoming charity auction.
Football managers in Dundee seem to be a lot like buses, you wait 11 months for one to get sacked and another follows shortly after.
Budding musicians who want the chance to make music with their biscuit tins will finally get the chance at a creative event next week.
The final of a trio of what will hopefully be a recurring series of summer concerts rocked Slessor Gardens in Dundee.
Dundee City Council is set to spend £100,000 this year investigating land which could have been contaminated by former petrol stations.
Dundee experts have been researching the trauma experienced by child refugees and the effects it can have on their later lives.
It might still be more than a month until Santa visits, but hundreds of Dundee residents still decked the streets for the annual Christmas lights switch-on.
Fears have been raised that the Tay Cities Deal will be further delayed after a meeting scheduled to discuss its future was pushed back.