Dundee businesses remain sceptical of the long-term benefits of the city's Waterfront regeneration, despite many reporting increased footfall in recent months.
Business leaders have hailed 'a renaissance on Reform Street' as the area once known as Dundee's Savile Row continues to transform its fortunes following years of decline.
Dundee has been named Europe's most visionary city for its forward thinking views on electric vehicles.
People living across Tayside are getting happier while those in Fife have experienced a significant rise in anxiety, according to a report by the Office for National Statistics.
The city's historically important buildings should not be consigned to past as the city marches forward, a councillor has warned.
Dundee advocates have leapt to the city's defence after it was named the least popular in Scotland.
Plans to build an additional 11 homes at a controversial site on the city's waterfront have been approved.
A claim that Dundee is one of the 'least electric car friendly' places in the UK has been rubbished by the council's city development convener.
The city's electric taxi drivers have been praised for being Dundee's environmentally friendly transport ambassadors.
Dundee’s first ever Summer Streets Festival will take to the city centre on July 21 and 22 with major public areas transformed into outdoor performances spaces, teeming with music, food and art.