Police Scotland were yesterday accused of “ignorance of the law” after they told council bosses a jury’s not proven verdict “implied a man was guilty”, even though he was cleared of the charges.
Grove Academy pupils hope to secure sponsorship that would allow two teams of youths to travel to America for an international competition.
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A union rep for Dundee's school catering staff has started a petition against the introduction of frozen dinners.
The man leading an ambitious £17.5 million plan to transform Dundee’s West Ward Works into a creative hub is hoping work will begin next year.
A Dundee man detained in a psychiatric hospital after allegedly severing a disabled woman’s hand has had a “substantial turnaround” in his mental health, a court has heard.
A Dundee bow and arrow killer has had his sentence deferred for further psychological reports.
A gin festival at the Bonar Hall on Saturday will raise money for the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA).
A 32-year-old man has admitted killing his neighbour in the common close of a Dundee block of flats after a drug-fuelled altercation involving a bow and arrow.