Resident were forced to flee from a Dundee block of flats after a fire broke out in a ground-floor property.
Administration-hit games firm Realtime Worlds was given £200,000 in public funding to help recruit new staff just months before it collapsed into administration.
An under-fire Dundee bus boss has claimed the majority of the travelling public are happy with the service they receive and that most of the complaints come from elderly people demanding a doorstep service.
Householders in Burnside of Duntrune to the north of Dundee voiced anger on Thursday night at plans for a large-scale golf development in the area.
Live bands will not be performing at Papa Jacques Cafe Bar in Broughty Ferry after an application to Dundee's licensing board to allow them was withdrawn in the face of objections from neighbouring residents.
The Scottish Government and a leading business body have restated their call for tax breaks for the games industry in the wake of Realtime Worlds entering administration.
Child protection services in Dundee are more robust now than when toddler Brandon Muir was killed by his mother's lover, the city's director of social work has said, writes Stefan Morkis.
Realtime Worlds will close its doors for good in six weeks if a buyer is not found for the Dundee video games firm.
Plans for a biomass plant at the port of Dundee were met with public apathy as a display was unveiled in Broughty Ferry library.
The demise of Dundee games firm Realtime World has sparked a scramble by rival companies to recruit their best staff.