Dundee FC players made their annual visit to Ninewells Hospital on Tuesday. Players and staff brought sack loads of gifts for patients in the children’s medical ward, surgical ward and outpatient clinics and also visited adult patients in one of the orthopaedic wards. Fans also had the opportunity to get autographs and pose for photographs with their favourite players.
A Glasgow-based charity helping amputees live life to the full has extended its reach into Tayside.
Commuters travelling into Dundee from Fife have complained about a near-naked man exposing himself to motorists when traffic lights turn red.
Tay FM’s top boss is to leave the station at the end of the month, it has been announced.
Fans of old Dundee have launched an ambitious bid to bring back the Royal Arch and have gained hundreds of supporters in a matter of hours.
Its ships were recognised by generations of holidaymakers and took the names of Scotland’s cities across the world with them.
Ahead of a BBC documentary, senior Dundee University history lecturer Dr Billy Kenefick speaks to MICHAEL ALEXANDER about the significant role played by Dundee and Fife in the turbulent political aftermath of the First World War.
Dundee High School has expelled one pupil and suspended 18 more after they stole sweets, food and drinks from a newsagents during a power cut.
A RETURN journey from Dundee to Glasgow can be cheaper by taxi than train for a group of four.
Calls to rebrand Dundee’s “murder house” as a cultural centre have been made by a descendant of the house’s first owner.