An investigation has claimed that NHS Tayside’s staffing difficulties are worse than first thought.
World class chess players have descended on Dundee in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Dundee Grandmaster Chess Tournament.
Scotland’s new bathing water season is officially under way – with continuing bad news for Monifieth beach visitors.
A potential £10 billion of offshore renewables development off the Tay and Fife coast has been unlocked after a court ruling.
Schoolboy footballers are bidding to score a place in the history books alongside great sides of the beautiful game including AC Milan, Juventus and Arsenal this week.
A DANGEROUS driver who drove for 300 yards at speed along a pavement outside a school, causing pupils to run into the middle of a busy road to avoid being run down, is facing a lengthy jail term.
Tourism businesses have gathered to look to the future as Dundee and Angus stand on the threshold of an exciting new era for the industry.
Dundee businessman Jimmy Marr has bought a prominent city centre restaurant, the 172 at the Caird in Nethergate.
Michael Alexander speaks to Dundee University’s Professor Chris Murray – the world’s first professor of comic studies – who was inspired growing up amongst the comics heritage of Dundee.
Hundreds of Tayside motorists have been caught multiple times for driving while distracted, including on their mobile phone, shocking new figures show.