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The unusual surroundings of a city centre shopping mall will be home to this year's Dundee Design Festival.
Dundee's busiest road is blocked due to a broken-down HGV.
A man who caused an armed police siege after threatening an electrician with a Samurai sword because he could not fix his boiler has been jailed.
A man sparked a four-hour siege with firearm cops - after pulling a Samurai sword on an electrician who couldn't fix his boiler.
NHS Tayside has paid more than £120,000 over the past two years to staff who have been injured at work.
One of Scotland's top chefs has thrown his backing behind a pilot project which aims to reduce the amount of food waste thrown way.
A Dundee singer who has just released her first single after signing to a major record label is seeking to inspire the next generation of artists.
Dog owners in Tayside are being warned to watch out for potentially deadly palm oil washing up on local beaches.
A third of bank branches in Tayside and Fife have closed over the last eight years, according to new research.
The event, run by Tennis for Free was organised to reach out to all communities and worked with local councils, community groups and the LTA. Patrick Hollwey, Tennis for Free chairman, said: “The Big Tennis Weekend is all about getting people from right across their community out into their parks and having fun, making new friends and hitting lots of balls, giving people the opportunity to mix together, get some exercise and use their park facilities all for free.” The sessions are coach-led and suitable for kids from three years plus. They involve drills, games and free play.