The irony is not lost on me that a rusting hulk may represent a bright new future for Dundee.
Dundee is failing.
The family of a man who fell from the Tay Road Bridge more than two weeks ago have been notified after a body was found near Dundee docks on Thursday.
A fire-starter who caused £500,000 of damage at Dundee docks is on his last chance to avoid prison after breaching a community order and causing a disturbance at the city's bus station.
Fife-based offshore services firm Briggs Marine has boosted its global growth plans after being awarded a $4 million contract from BP Exploration.
Nicola Sturgeon said redundancy-hit Babcock must become less reliant on defence work following the loss 150 more jobs in Fife.
A consultation on how to improve Dundee’s neglected docks area has been launched by the city council.
Cruise ship passengers have been stranded after their arrival in Dundee due to traffic chaos at City Quay.
An exhibition at Dundee University is shining the spotlight on the city's industrial past with a series of candid photographs showing workers in action.
A Forfar man has appeared in court charged with starting a major blaze in Dundee's dockyard.