A piece of Dundee history, believed to be around a century old, has been unearthed during work to refit a busy coffee shop.
It was the day the world’s most famous escapologist leapt bound, gagged and handcuffed into Dundee harbour.
Firebrand preacher Francis George Widdows was the darling of the Orange Order in Dundee.
5,000 deaths in just 6 months…but love and compassion reigned in Dundee’s poorest districts during cholera outbreaks
It is unlikely we will ever uncover the identity of Barney but the sorrow surrounding his death at the height of the cholera outbreak of 1832 was recorded in detail by this newspaper.
Perhaps the last stand of the ancient art of “flyting” took place in Overgate, Dundee, 149 years ago.
A Dundee graffiti artist has created a huge mural depicting a local legend after vandals ruined one of his most popular creations.
The trolls of Victorian Scotland did not have the internet but they did have an almost telepathic means of communication.
A "spectacular" Dundee home, dating back almost two centuries, has gone on the market with a surprisingly low price tag attached.
Michelin Dundee, Scotland’s only tyre manufacturing plant, opened in the early 1970s after a small team from France toured potential sites for a new factory and settled on farmland near Baldovie, in the north-east of the city.
Calcraft was one deflated hangman when he scowled his way out of Dundee in April 1873.