A North Sea vessel owned by energy giant Shell has arrived in Dundee ahead of a major three-month decommissioning project.
A man had to be rescued from the River Tay after attempting to swim from Dundee to Fife in swimming trunks.
Students in Dundee are set to protest their own graduation ceremony over the treatment of a blind academic who has been told to leave the UK in the wake of a university discrimination row.
Scotland's further education minister has issued a stark Brexit warning for the future of videogames development in Dundee as he hailed efforts to make the city a global leader.
A senior party figure has warned Scottish Labour are on the verge of a civil war in Dundee following disappointing EU election results and claims the group has been infiltrated by the "hard left".
Courier Country businesses facing ‘chaos’ as nearly half of personal licence holders miss renewal deadline
Pubs, clubs, restaurants and off-sales across Tayside and Fife are facing "chaos" because nearly half of all individuals due to renew their licence to sell alcohol failed to meet the deadline.
Dundee University facing growing calls to refund fees to international student caught up in discrimination row
Dundee University is facing growing calls to refund fees to a blind international student who has been told he must leave the UK.
Education bosses in Dundee have been urged to act over a "damning and upsetting" report into failing standards at a city school.
Stroke and brain injury patients in Tayside have been inspired by spring in the finale of a programme with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO).
Blind international student caught up in discrimination row makes final bid for reprieve just days before deportation
A blind international student who claims he was discriminated against by Dundee University has launched a last minute bid for a reprieve just days before being forced to leave the country.