This couple’s wedding was spent with family and friends who filled the day with laughter – but there were two extra special four-legged guests of honour.
This butchery is a cut above the rest with a passion for its craft and sourcing quality Scottish produce.
Craigie High School pupils were winners in the science quiz organised by the Tayside and Fife branch of the British Science Association.
Pupils from Harris Academy used the festive period to embark on some serious fundraising – with fantastic results.
Kirriemuir teenager Murron Mackay is proving to be a sporting all-rounder.
In just three months, Help for Kids made the lives of more than 400 local children that little bit better.
A former social worker has used her knowledge to pen her debut novel, Comes the Dark.
A Dundee dad is making his living through posts on social media – but it’s not as easy as just taking a selfie.
The world as a new parent can be incredibly daunting – even outings which used to be simple such as meeting your friends for a coffee now seem impossible.
Local woman Anne Parker is making a name for herself as an artist in Italy.
There was keen but friendly competition between rival teams as girls from the north-east of Dundee competed in a football festival.
Mane Angels on Perth Road is a hair salon with a difference, using all vegan products and even encouraging customers to bring along their furry friends.
Their love story began when they were teenagers and now, after being apart for 45 years, Joan Reid and George Low are back together – and this time for good.
Keiran O’Rourke never imagined his career would revolve around filming weddings but now he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Young kids at Teenie Tots Childminding in Kirriemuir have been having lots of fun in recent months.
Pupils at Glebelands Primary are excited after the opening of their Booktopia reading bar.
From a first date to see Paul Weller to using their musical talents to win their dream wedding, Lianne and Paul’s big day was pitch perfect.
Joyce Welsh’s passion for nutrition and health has made food fun for nursery kids and now she has been recognised for her achievements.
Happy Hours after school club really did stage the greatest show this week.
Pupils from Dundee have given a helping hand to a local initiative to keep beaches clean after the summer is over.