Not many people like being called old.
Autumn is in the air, which can mean only one thing – Strictly Come Dancing is back.
The hunt is on for Tayside’s cutest kid – with the return of the Evening Telegraph’s TeleTots competition
The front cover of our bumper Oor Wullie selfies supplement is a work of art in its own right.
Nuclear fallout? Civil war? Brexit chaos? A particularly heavy downpour?
Our bid to ensure mandatory jail terms for those convicted of sexual offences involving children clearly struck a chord.
Fourteen people have been taken to hospital following a blaze in a tenement building.
The Evening Telegraph has launched a new poll in a bid to find out if the view on Scottish Independence has changed in the city – with another referendum possibly on the horizon.
The results could not be more stark.
There is much to commend Dundee.
He may look more like a slightly dishevelled insurance salesman than a global pop star and teenage heartthrob, but that hasn’t stopped Lewis Capaldi from selling out gigs in a matter of seconds.
EDITOR’S COMMENT: Political backing is big step forward in Tele campaign to jail child sex offenders
The fight will be a long one but, make no mistake, this political support represents a significant step forward.
The Tele has today triumphed at the Society of Editors’ UK Regional Press Awards in London.
For the last week we have asked you, the people of Dundee, to support our fight to get justice for our kids – and you are delivering in your thousands.
The Keiller Centre has near-legendary status in Dundee — and we would love to know what you think of it.
George Kerr has caused many problems for folk in Dundee – but his is a cautionary tale worth telling
Starting today, the Tele's print edition is running an exclusive set of interviews with Dundee gangster George Kerr. Tele editor Dave Lord explains why George's life is a cautionary tale worth telling.
In 24 hours 1,300+ have signed our petition to jail child sex offenders – but this fight will not be simple
The sexual abuse of a child is an utterly appalling crime for which there can never be any justification.
If you read the Tele you already know you are a winner in life.
TELE OPINION: At worst, Dundee’s shower tax is an entirely cynical, almost underhand, way to balance the books
It is, when all is said and done, a simple matter of fairness.
Dundee's HMV store has been spared the axe.