Dundee's V&A is set to be one of the only museums in the country to adopt a variable pricing scheme for paying exhibitions.
A Dundee man has denied benefit fraud involving more than £10,000.
A final Oor Wullie statue will be auctioned off the ARCHIE Foundation hosts its first Spring Ball in Dundee next month.
Douglas Walter McGeorge Davidson MBE, former boss of Scotland’s largest independent retail pharmacy business, has died peacefully, aged 89.
In the first of a three part series looking at child poverty in Tayside and Fife, Michael Alexander speaks to several Dundee families who are struggling to make ends meet and finds out what efforts are being made to break the cycle of deprivation.
The R&A won’t backtrack on their planned “no readmissions” policy for the Open at Carnoustie but local clubs will be “on site” for the duration of the championship, chief executive Martin Slumbers revealed yesterday.
True story: a few years ago and for reasons obscured by the passage of time, I went on a night out in Kilmarnock.
Google Earth's latest feature has been updated to allow for virtual tours of Dundee in 3D.
A new mystery man who walked past John Ogston at roughly the time he was crushed by a car in Dundee on New Year's night is being sought by police.
A disabled youngster was taken on a pony-drawn chariot ride along Broughty Ferry beach as part of a continuing mission to open up the outdoors to wheelchair users.
A charity assault course will take place in Perthshire at the end of the month in aid of Maggie’s Dundee.
A 63-year-old woman has been charged with fraudulently claiming more than £20,000 in benefits.
A woman has gone on to the railway line at Invergowrie Station, causing travel disruption in the area.
He is the rival gang leader locked in a violent struggle with Peaky Blinders hero Thomas Shelby.
Dundee’s first Craft Beer Discovery festival was held at the Bonar Hall over the weekend, with hundreds of people visiting to try out craft beers and ciders.
Almost 20 firefighters were called to a blaze at Wester Gourdie Industrial Estate on Sunday night.
Libraries in Tayside and Fife have handed out more than £200,000 of fines in two years and are still awaiting the return of books borrowed nearly a quarter of a century ago, it has emerged.
Parking in and around the grounds of Ninewells Hospital will be discussed by NHS officials and a cross-party group of councillors later this month.
A Dundee West End councillor said he “does not accept” advice about the demolition of a block of flats in the area was “misleading”.
Residents of a Dundee street said they have been left "in limbo" over mixed messages from the council about parking on their street.