With a sound like a thunderclap, the time machine appeared out of nowhere and squealed to a stop in the McFly driveway.
‘We identified the man who drugged and raped a two-year-old girl from his anatomy,’ reveals world-renowned Dundee bone detective
Ahead of Dundee University’s latest Saturday evening lecture, forensic anthropology Professor Sue Black tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER why forensic science is growing ever more important in the solving of international crime.
A Dundee-born man suspected of raising funds for al Qaida has been added to a US Treasury list of global terrorists.
Olympic 10,000m silver medallist Liz McColgan has joined the line-up for ITV's new game show, Eternal Glory.
A supermarket chain has apologised to customers after a problem with its card machines led to long queues at checkouts across the country.
IN PICTURES: The amazing story of how Dundee charity’s ‘Team Rat’ turned around 200 years of man-made environmental damage on South Georgia
A Dundee-based charity has succeeded in its epic mission to declare a sub-Antarctic island rodent-free for the first time since humans arrived more than 200 years ago.
The City of Dundee has offered its support to Manchester after a packed music venue was targeted by a suicide bomber last night.
Special report part II: What impact is the closure of Michelin in Ballymena having on the high street?
In the second of a special three-part series, Michael Alexander visits the former Michelin site in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, and speaks to local traders about the impact the closure there is having on high street businesses.
A Second World War hero from Dundee is featured in a new book about Britain’s Victoria Cross heroes.
Two women from Dundee who were among the Britons believed to be missing in Nepal following the weekend’s devastating earthquake have made contact with relatives.