A trio of Dundee attractions have been awarded full accreditation status by Museums Galleries Scotland and Arts Council England.
Campaigners have said Police Scotland must provide clarification over the future of Ryehill Police Station in Dundee amid concerns it may close.
The Scottish Government has provided targeted funding to Dundee businesses in a bid to promote growth, the minister for business, innovation and energy has said.
MSPs and councillors have called for more information on the progress of the Tay Cities Deal, as Inverness secured its own £315 million scheme.
NHS Tayside has made dozens of surgical errors in the last five years, including up to 21 cases of carrying out surgery on the wrong body part.
Temperatures plunged to below -7C as icy winter weather hit Tayside and Fife on Monday morning.
Dundee City Council's chief executive has apologised to councillors for a "breakdown in internal communication" over proposals surrounding a piece of land on Hawkhill.
A Dundee man posted missing has been traced safe and well. Christopher Jones,42, was reported missing after vanishing from Dundee’s Pitkerro Road at around 9.45am on Wednesday. Police launched a social media appeal to trace Mr Jones and confirmed on Thursday evening that the 42-year-old has been traced.
Thousands of people will flock to the annual Dundee Flower and Food Festival which gets under way today.
Dundee's William McGonagall - widely regarded as history's "best worst" poet - may actually have been in on the joke, a Victorian literary expert has said.