Students at Braeview and Baldragon academies have been learning all about bike safety thanks to Active Schools and Ancrum Outdoor Centre.
Football camps and fun sessions were among the activities organised by Leisure and Culture Dundee to keep children occupied during school in-service days on Thursday and Friday.
Teenie Tots Childminding may have only been open for a matter of months but owner Christine Brown has a wealth of experience.
Dudhope Multicultural Centre is making Christmas present shopping even easier this year by holding its Saint Nicolas Market on December 8.
After five years performing with Scottish Dance Theatre Taine McKinstray is gearing up for her final year with the youth company.
A local young electrician is heading to Birmingham as one of the top eight apprentices in the UK.
A city-wide poster campaign featuring images and words relating to mental health is to be unveiled on the streets of Dundee.
Harris Academy pupils have taken an educational trip to Belgium and France in time for Remembrance Day.
A local Police Scotland Youth Volunteer has chopped off her long locks in aid of the Little Princess Trust.
From facials to flower arrangements, local florist Annabel Cosgrove started her career a little bit differently.
Morgan Academy pupils embarked on successful trip to the US, the third and biggest trip yet undertaken.
Pupils at a Dundee primary school have helped their community by raising funds for an on-street defibrillator.
Kids at Ninewells Nursery have been had a hoot with a pumpkin carving competition and a visit from some feathered friends.
A young aviation enthusiast has become the first local flying degree graduate to land a post with the largest independent regional airline in Europe.
This gouhlish looking bunch had a spook-tacular time at their annual taekwondo Halloween party, and they raised money for the club at the same time.
A group of Angus school pupils are toasting success as the winners of a Scottish Heritage Angel Award.
Dundee Royal Marines Cadets recently took part in a joint training exercise with Queensferry Royal Marines Cadets in Arbroath which saw them sleeping beneath the stars.
Local youngsters were flying high during their October holidays thanks to a trampoline camp in Dundee.
Family and friends raised more than £4,600 for Cancer Research UK in memory of much loved dad and grandad Steven McDonald.
Castle Horror is Scotland’s biggest and longest-running horror entertainment company and it ensures revellers around the country have a spook-tacular time throughout the year.