City leaders in Dundee are gearing up to welcome professional cycling's top athletes for the first ever Women's Tour of Scotland.
This weekend saw the kick off to the Edinburgh International Festival, an annual cultural extravaganza that is expected to bring record-breaking crowds to the capital this year.
Pub giant pledges ‘significant investment’ for Dundee’s Globe bar but denies Irish-themed rebrand has been agreed
Pub giant Belhaven has pledged a "significant six-figure investment" for Dundee's iconic Globe bar but denied reports that plans to rebrand with an Irish theme have been finalised.
An exhibition showcasing the "remarkable" history of public artwork in Dundee was launched this weekend.
Dundee Euromillions winner Gillian Bayford set to lose £270,000 on Fife castle she purchased last year
Euromillions winner Gillian Bayford could be set to lose more than £270,000 on the Fife castle she purchased last year after shelving costly plans to renovate the property and putting it up for sale.
Emergency workers were called to tackle an early morning blaze in Dundee on Saturday.
The rector of Dundee High School bullied a long-serving principal teacher and forced him to resign after he refused to apologise to a pupil who stormed out of his class, a judge has ruled.
Hundreds of disadvantaged youngsters given free season tickets thanks to generosity of Dundee United fans
Hundreds of disadvantaged youngsters will have the opportunity to attend football matches for free thanks to the generosity of Dundee United supporters.
Breast cancer patients in Tayside are facing a longer wait for answers after it emerged an overdue independent review into their care is still weeks away from being published.
Dundee University reaffirms Living Wage commitment after it emerges 46 staff were paid below minimum rate
Dundee University has reaffirmed its commitment to the Living Wage after it emerged 46 employees were paid below the rate, regarded as the minimum necessary for workers to meet their basic needs.