Trade union bosses in Dundee have given their unanimous backing to a city councillor embroiled in an anti-Semitism row, despite growing pressure for him to stand down.
The organisers of an NHS 70th anniversary march in Dundee have called on the health secretary to end a "cash crisis" in the service.
Police rule out further action after Dundee student followed home by stranger who tried to force his way into her flat
A Dundee student followed home from a night out by a stranger who tried to force his way into her flat has issued a warning to other women after reportedly being told no further action will be taken by police.
Students from Abertay University will scour articles from across the decades as part of a live police probe into nearly 30 Scottish cold cases.
Dundee businesses and organisations band together to banish isolation with Christmas party for elderly
A coalition of Dundee businesses and local community projects came together this week to throw a cracker of a Christmas party for scores of elderly people at risk of isolation.
Tayside and Fife campaigners call for rethink on Universal Credit as food banks admit they are struggling to cope
Charities across Tayside and Fife have admitted they are struggling to cope with the strain of Universal Credit amid calls for a wider rollout of the controversial benefit to be scrapped.
‘Renaissance on Reform Street’: How the area once known as Dundee’s Savile Row is transforming its fortunes
Business leaders have hailed 'a renaissance on Reform Street' as the area once known as Dundee's Savile Row continues to transform its fortunes following years of decline.
Tay Cities Deal: James Hutton Institute hails £62 million investment as ‘huge vote of confidence’ for region
The Scotch whisky industry looks set to benefit from a £62 million Tay Cities Deal investment in the James Hutton Institute.
Dundee City Council have failed to recoup years of unpaid parking fines worth an “eye-watering” £1.8 million, it has been revealed.
A new restaurant based in V&A Dundee has announced a host of local suppliers ahead of the museum's official opening next month.