Thousands braved the cold on Thursday night to cheer the switch-on of Broughty Ferry’s Christmas lights.
The Dundee Institute of Architects Awards took place at the Invercarse Hotel last night. Featuring projects from Dundee, Perthshire, Fife and Angus, the awards showcase the best of local architecture. One of the judges, Courier property writer Jack McKeown, reveals the winners.
‘Dundee has always had a disproportionate effect on music scene worldwide’, says HYYTS singer ahead of Church gig
They are the lifelong friends from Glasgow who started making music together in 2015.
An Angus school was put on "lockdown" yesterday after an excluded pupil who was previously removed from the premises while wielding a knife was spotted walking around campus.
Crowds gathered outside a Dundee store on Thursday afternoon for one of the city's most cherished festive traditions.
VIDEO: Watch heckler shouting ‘will of Scottish people’ get thrown out of Jeremy Corbyn rally in Dundee
A "nationalist" heckler was thrown out of a Jeremy Corbyn campaign rally in Dundee on Thursday morning.
Council bosses in Dundee have been accused of operating "behind a curtain" over a major corporate fraud investigation which has now embroiled a number of authority employees.
Dundee may miss recycling targets due to the apathy of homeowners and must adopt a "zero tolerance" approach, it has been claimed.
Are Extinction Rebellion activists criminals? Abertay students to study ‘green criminology’ as part of new course
Students at Abertay University will explore whether protests by climate change activists Extinction Rebellion ever break the law as part of a new criminology course.
Winter Graduations 2019: Pub boss and former teacher among first students to graduate from crime writing course
A publican, more used to hearing customers complain about the price of a pint being murder, will become one of the first students to graduate from a crime writing course at Dundee University.