Today sees The Courier celebrate 200 years of publishing news and, obviously, 100 years ago the paper celebrated its centenary.
Six people have been charged following a major drugs find in Dundee.
Fire fighters have been called to a large fire in the north of Dundee. Crews were called to Emmock Road at 7.36pm. The large plume of black smoke was visible from across the city. A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said a large quantity of rubbish was alight.
Police are in attendance at a four-car crash on the Kingsway. The incident happened on the west-bound carriageway, between Strathmartine Road and Old Glamis Road, shortly after 5pm. No one has been injured in the crash but a police spokesman said it was likely to cause delays for motorists.
The owner of a greyhound which went on the run for nine days after being hit by a taxi has credited her dog’s coat with her survival.
A man has been taken to hospital after his car mounted a pavement in Dundee city centre.
A family involved in a life threatening car crash a month before a family holiday has been left thousands of pounds out of pocket after an airline refused to reschedule their flights.
Three children have been charged in relation to a fire which destroyed a Dundee house on Monday night.
The president of the recently-founded Dundee Dental School vowed to make it the foremost training centre for the profession. The dental school had for the past year been treating soldiers returning from the trenches. Degrees at the facility were handed out from the University of St Andrews.
The brother of murdered humanitarian worker David Haines preached a message of peace at an event in Dundee.