Wrestling fans will already know, but to others it will come as a bolt from the blue.
An Invergowrie property developer is being sued for up to £300,000 by the Allied Irish Bank.
Two men stole high-powered cars from a Dundee dealership before taking off in a display of what a sheriff described as “amongst the most dangerous” driving he had ever heard of.
Dundee’s biggest family will be on television screens across the country next week.
Stricter rules on young children wearing inflatable armbands at Dundee’s Olympia Centre have been criticised.
Dr David Wallace retired, ending a long and distinguished family association with caring for the people of the lower Sidlaws and east Carse of Gowrie areas.
NHS Tayside has been strongly criticised for taking more than a year to respond to a woman’s complaints about an operation to rectify ear infections leaving her with severe hearing loss.
A Stirling student has picked up first prize in Dundee City Council’s civic awards.
A collection of photographs taken in Dundee over the course of a single month in 1968 form the basis of an acclaimed exhibition that opens at Dundee University on January 16. Phil Thomson took the collection of 22 black and white pictures during November that year, when he was an art student at Duncan of Jordanstone. Phil will be launching the full exhibition with a free talk about the work at the D’arcy Thompson Lecture Theatre, University of Dundee, at 5.30pm on January 16. Entry is free and open to all and there is no need to book in advance.
A tribute event to Dundee bard Michael Marra helped raise money for the charity created in his honour.