Leading figures from the worlds of video games, archaeology, computer science and art staged have examined how immersive new technologies could reshape reality.
Dundee couple have audience in stitches in BBC Christmas special with Holly Willoughby and Bradley Walsh
A Dundee couple is feeling the festive cheer after winning a dream holiday to Lapland on TV.
Health chiefs warn £3.5m share of overspend on local services cannot be absorbed by cash-strapped NHS Tayside
Health chiefs have warned a £3.5 million overspend on local services in Dundee and Perth is too high to be absorbed by cash-strapped NHS Tayside coffers.
Generations of Broughty Ferry residents come together to mark 60th anniversary of Mona lifeboat tragedy
Generations of Broughty Ferry residents came together today to mark the 60th anniversary of the sinking of the Mona lifeboat.
Small business owners in Dundee have issued a rallying cry for firms to step up and support apprentices laid off in the wake of hundreds of job losses at building contractor McGill.
Tayside and Fife campaigners call for rethink on Universal Credit as food banks admit they are struggling to cope
Charities across Tayside and Fife have admitted they are struggling to cope with the strain of Universal Credit amid calls for a wider rollout of the controversial benefit to be scrapped.
A new dominant player has emerged in Dundee's taxi market after two of the city's largest cab firms agreed a merger, seeing 12 jobs lost.
‘Renaissance on Reform Street’: How the area once known as Dundee’s Savile Row is transforming its fortunes
Business leaders have hailed 'a renaissance on Reform Street' as the area once known as Dundee's Savile Row continues to transform its fortunes following years of decline.
Health chiefs in Tayside have apologised for a series of errors in the payoff to disgraced former chief executive Lesley McLay.
City planners will call for sett paving in the city's Nethergate to be torn up following a row over road repairs that sunk just months after they were completed.