Emergency talks are to be held to discuss delays to the Tay Cities Deal.
An oil worker who tried to run down a man before slamming a car into the front of his house, causing £25,000 worth of damage, has been locked up.
Dundee experts have been researching the trauma experienced by child refugees and the effects it can have on their later lives.
A 32-year-old man has admitted killing his neighbour in the common close of a Dundee block of flats after a drug-fuelled altercation involving a bow and arrow.
Glamour and goodwill was on the bill at a fundraising event in Dundee as some of Tayside's most outrageous drag queens put on a show in aid of needy families.
Sir, – I refer to your correspondents’ opinions (Courier, April 17) in which they question the wisdom and moral justification for selective strikes against Syrian targets believed to be compliant in the murderous attacks on civilians.
A business owner in Dundee insists he is on the right side of the law, despite selling a product resembling illegal drugs.
Former Perth High pupil hoping embassy arrest by diplomatic police won’t put the brakes on school reunion
A former Perth High pupil - arrested by armed police after “gatecrashing” the Georgian Embassy - has told how he hopes the “international incident” will not interfere with a long-awaited class reunion.
Scottish Water has reminded homeowners not to flush wet wipes down toilets after they clogged up a Monifieth sewer.
In the run-up to the opening of V&A Dundee on September 15, The Courier will be carrying a series of articles from people closely involved with the project. Today: Alice Kennedy, marketing communications officer.