Workers at a closure-hit Dundee restaurant have staged a protest outside its former premises after a director told them he has "no legal obligation" to cover thousands of pounds owed to staff.
Cycling and walking routes around Dundee's regenerated Waterfront have been hailed by Transport Secretary Michael Matheson as he announced a funding boost for local projects.
Workers at Michelin Dundee were the last to know their jobs had been scrapped as the firm took four weeks to notify staff and held crunch talks with Scottish Government ministers.
Poignant, humorous and harrowing experiences of Scottish veterans have been brought to life in an innovative new virtual reality project at Abertay University.
Dundee is becoming a less affordable place to live and work despite experiencing strong jobs growth, a new report has found.
Furious West End residents have reacted with disbelief over plans to convert a block of former flats into HMO homes for nearly 200 students, despite existing concerns about overcrowding in the area.
Dundee businesses remain sceptical of the long-term benefits of the city's Waterfront regeneration, despite many reporting increased footfall in recent months.
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.
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.
Plans for a new women's custody unit in Dundee have been backed by city council bosses despite receiving 30 objection letters and a petition signed by more than 1,000 local residents.