A senior councillor has said proposals put forward to replace the fire-hit pavilion in Mill o'Mains betray the memory of the late councillor Brian Gordon.
The hunt is on for a missing international cap won by the late Alan Gilzean.
“We’re working hard to put this right” — Boots to change name of sex-themed make-up colours after outcry
A High Street store says changes will be made after The Courier revealed it stocks make-up featuring sexually-themed names including "foreplay" and "MILF".
A Dundee councillor has said he hopes car parking at Ninewells Hospital can be better managed if the Scottish Government refuses to buy out the health board's contract with Indigo Parking.
"Smart money" is already moving into Dundee as investors move to snap up development opportunities along the waterfront, it has been claimed
The "Outlander" effect has delivered a £5 million boost to the economies of Tayside and Fife.
Police are investigating after a Dundee mother-of-three claimed she had been ripped off by a "conman" who she claims stole £800 after promising to carry out work in her garden.
Dundee's unique status as a UNESCO City of Design could be of help it secure the European Capital of Culture title in 2023, according to one of the masterminds behind the Danish city of Aarhus' successful bid.
Police Scotland has said it will be next week before it reveals how many motorists fell foul of new, tougher penalties for using a mobile phone while driving.
The managing director of Glendoick Garden Centre has accused the National Trust of Scotland of allowing some of the country's most important gardens to wither on the vine.