As we approach the end of another busy year, it's time for our annual run-down of the stories that grabbed most attention.
Before televisions became a fixture in our homes, the only way to see the news was in the cinema.
A woman has been pulled from the Tay by the Broughty Ferry lifeboat crew.
Tay FM DJ Stuart Webster broke down in tears on air on Wednesday morning, as he spoke candidly for the first time about his father's death.
A man has been found guilty of sexually assaulting two women within the space of four days in Dundee.
A Kingennie farmer has blamed a Baptist Church fireworks display for killing one of his cows.
A DANGEROUS driver who drove for 300 yards at speed along a pavement outside a school, causing pupils to run into the middle of a busy road to avoid being run down, is facing a lengthy jail term.
The creative talents of Dundee’s young writers have been praised at the end of a competition celebrating the city.
As many as 70 workers face redundancy at Glenrothes manufacturing firm FTV Proclad International, The Courier understands.
Life was tough in early 19th century Dundee.