A seven-year-old boy will walk across the Tay Bridge for 10 hours to raise money for a Dundee palliative care unit where his mum was cared for in her final days.
A man who was cultivating a cannabis farm in a Dundee multi was rumbled when a plumber was called to deal with a water leak.
Around 25 shoe fans camped in the bitter cold all night outside a Dundee shop to buy newly-released limited edition trainers.
Marks & Spencer, whose first Scottish branch opened in Dundee, is celebrating its 100th anniversary of trading in Scotland.
Plans to convert a former Dundee jute mill into a block of flats have been given the go-ahead.
The trial of a man accused of cutting off a disabled woman's hand on Valentine's Day has been delayed for a second time after a court came close to descending into chaos.
A senior Dundee sheriff has voiced "considerable concern" about the new Universal Credit system after it emerged a woman caught stealing food only had £90 a month on which to survive.
Nearly a quarter of the dogs in Dundee's animal kennels are handed in by owners who no longer want them or are unable to look after them.
A Dundee councillor has called for a crackdown on litter louts after pleas for sun-seekers to pick up their rubbish went unheeded.
A kebab shop owner has admitted scamming Dundee City Council of more than £17,000 by pretending to be a part-time employee of the business in order to claim benefits.