First Minister Nicola Sturgeon insists the SNP does not have a “big problem” with anti-Semitism following revelations which have seen a candidate dropped and a member of the party’s conduct committee forced to resign.
Dundee University students are being offered free self defence classes, in light of a number of recent high profile assaults.
Dundee's future could be harmed if the UK leaves the United Nation's educational body, council leader John Alexander has warned.
A new Bill which would see suspected domestic abusers removed from their homes, rather than victims, is set to be put before the Scottish Parliament.
Businesses in one of Dundee's busiest areas feel they have been forgotten about after months of roadworks and disruption outside their premises.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to continue preparations for a second independence referendum as she congratulated Boris Johnson on his election to leader of the Conservative party.
NHS Tayside has been slammed for trying to blame doctors for the closure of a Perthshire GP practice.
Law killer Robbie McIntosh tried to kill a Dundee grandmother as she walked her dog, just five days after he was released from prison for his earlier heinous crime.
Residents in Broughty Ferry are struggling to register with a local GP surgery, a councillor has warned.
Another round of funding has been awarded to a refugee charity to help displaced people from Syria integrate with the Dundee community.