The first steps have been taken on the road to Frank’s Law.
Holocaust Memorial Day – ‘By remaining passive in the face of prejudice and discrimination, we accept and allow it’, warns Dundee-born ambassador
Seventy-one years ago, the Red Army liberated the Nazis’ largest concentration camp at Auschwitz, near Krakow, in south-west Poland.
A Dundee University lecturer is being paid an estimated £15,000 of public money to stay in Greater Glasgow for a year.
This year has been one of milestones reached on the Queensferry Crossing and they are captured in this new video released by project chiefs.
It may be hard to believe in an era of large screens and high-definition, but people across Tayside and Fife continue to watch black and white televisions.
As we approach the end of another busy year, it's time for our annual run-down of the stories that grabbed most attention.
Cancer death rates in Tayside have gone up as the national figure falls, new NHS Scotland data shows.
Dundee: City of rediscovery – ‘I was walking in the city centre and had this feeling that something was wrong there’
Looking across the Tay from his home in Newport, Scottish writer and broadcaster Billy Kay has always been struck by the beautiful setting enjoyed by Dundee and defined in the city’s motto “Dei Donum” gift of God.
Hollywood superstar George Clooney has been given a warm welcome as he arrived in Edinburgh - to visit a sandwich shop. A large crowd gathered in Rose Street and cheered as the A-lister stepped out of his chauffeur-driven car. Clooney was visiting the Social Bite cafe to meet members of staff who were once homeless but now have jobs in the chain of shops which donates all its profits to charity.
The scandal involving Volkswagen cheating car pollution rules in the USA has raised serious questions about how long the UK government has known about the scandal.