Computer games companies could enjoy a £188 million tax break over the next five years after the European Commission ruled the UK policy does not break competition laws.
A powerful Westminster committee is coming to Dundee to investigate major social issues.
Tributes have been paid to a Dundee man who was murdered in Birmingham.
Councils in Tayside, Fife and Central Scotland have received more than £1 million to help deal with the fallout of the so-called bedroom tax.
‘Oil makes the world go round – but for how much longer?’, asks Greenpeace activist ahead of Dundee lecture
Ben Stewart remembers the day when he realised he was prepared to break the law to stand up for his beliefs.
A major tax break from the UK Government has helped make free entry to the V&A at Dundee affordable, its director has revealed.
Men in Dundee receive on average £18,000 less in pension payments than the UK average, according to the Scottish Government.
Three-quarters of students believe universities do not give them enough information about how tuition fees are spent, while more than a third would have chosen a different course in hindsight.
Blues musician Seasick Steve is to perform in Dundee next year.
The trial of a South African woman accused of the murder of Monifieth grandmother Sandra Malcolm has been delayed again.