Police Scotland Youth Volunteers welcomed some special guests to the city recently.
It is every indie girls dream to see Pete Doherty in their own designs – but for this business owner the vision has become a reality.
The kids at Teenie Tots Childminding made the most of the beautiful sunny weather by splashing about in the water.
These young dancers have got all the moves – and they also have the trophies to prove it.
Dundee Dance Event wasn’t just for the adults last weekend as these young ravers had a whale of a time at a special disco.
A kind-hearted local is raising money and facing her fears this year as the death of her father spurred her on to try new things.
This photo dates from 1990, as the fashion sense probably indicates.
After helping his mum train to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, this nine-year-old is venturing on his own excursion.
A career in hospitality is on the menu for these locals as they take on training while working in the city centre.
A brave 11-year-old from Perth has inspired a whole football team to raise a decent amout of cash for Diabetes UK.
While serving fantastic food in an ideal location, general manager Nikos Matsikas and executive chef Scott Cameron both have their sights set on establishing a training academy in Brasserie Ecosse.
Future stars of the stage took a trip to the capital to see professionals in action.
The boys and girls at Teenie Tots Childminding have been learning all about life cycles.
Winning teams of Grove Academy and Morgan Academy pupils have been awarded £3,000 each as part of the Youth and Philanthropic Initiative of Scotland (YPI).
When she jumps off the bridge at the Pass of Killiecrankie on her fundraising bungee jump, Jane Scott will be taking a leap of faith and also be bringing into focus the fact cash is needed to help combat Parkinson’s disease.
From making 40 meals a week in his home kitchen to producing thousands in a state-of-the-art one is exactly what Jason Myles has achieved at just 25.
Two hairdressers are set to star in a brand new TV show based around their barber chair chats with clients.
Having one successful business obviously wasn’t enough for Heather Thomson as she has now turned her sights on a beauty career.
Youngsters at Ninewells Nursery shared Easter fun with some of Dundee’s older generation as well as taking part in a bonnet competition.
Army Cadets celebrated Easter by sharing the joy and donating chocolate eggs to hospitalised children who couldn’t get out for their own egg hunts.