The West End will be hit by major traffic disruption from July 4 when water network improvement work begins.
A greenhouse was “completely destroyed” after being set on fire during one of the worst vandalism attacks ever seen in Dundee.
An age-guessing mirror which took the V&A London design festival by storm is back in its Dundee home and ready to thrill audiences again.
An external audit of the city’s budget has recommended that there is room for improvement in regard to longer term financial planning and budgeting.
Torrential Glasgow rain failed to dampen the spirits of the players and supporters on the penultimate day of this year's Homeless World Cup.
A Dundee musician who loves all things Scottish has been awarded a fellowship to start up the city’s first inclusive pipe band.
Sci-fi fans were given a unique ink opportunity on Wednesday, after a city centre tattoo studio offered drop-in appointments in celebration of Star Wars day.
A new ice cream craze has rolled into Dundee straight from the Philippines, in the form of Scotland's first Ice Cream Roll pavilion.
A community group leader has vented their outrage at “absurd” plans to change the boundaries of Broughty Ferry.
Shocking figures have revealed that up to a third of drug users in Tayside and Fife began to get hooked on substances when they were in their early years of secondary school.