When Kasia Thomson finished a lecture early and decided to see a show, she didn't realise she would fall in love with the group of children from Africa.
A Dundee electrical apprentice has beaten 500 others from around Scotland to take second at a national competition.
She was known as a woman loved by everyone and even after she passed away, Margaret Mair's life has continued to touch others.
A group of High School of Dundee pupils gained an insight to living on the bread line while making videos explaining how to cook with food commonly found in food parcels.
The Dundee woman who saved her husband's life by performing CPR has thanked the three crews from the Scottish Ambulance Service who were sent to help.
A Dundee artist has used a residency in America to try new things and bring those skills back home.
When Meg Hayland began researching the old songs sung in the fishing villages around Scotland, she never knew it would lead to something as big as it has.
The genre may have changed but the music Tristan Button grew up surrounded by still has an effect on him.
Having growing up in a military home, it was a natural decision for Dundee student Kiera Marshall to incorporate her experiences into her artwork by creating a memorial to her grandfather, who was killed by the IRA during the Troubles in Ireland in 1975.
It was 1984 when classic car collector David Hocking first bought the Austin Min Cooper 'S' sitting outside his house.
Head into Verdant Works at the right time and you're bound to get the tour of your life from Lily Thomson.
Jane Duffy has loved her time running a Dundee playgroup but with her son ready to move on to nursery, she's looking for someone else to pick up the reins.
From a four-year-old to a 77-year-old, the visitors to Dundee Music Academy's opening weekend found age doesn't matter when it comes to learning an instrument.
When she retired from working as a school teacher around 10 years ago, Pat Donaldson began looking for something that fitted with her interests while also giving back to the community.
Two friends who went to primary school together were reunited at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design - and have gone onto launch their own clothing brand "With Indigo".
A school reunion has raised more than £200 for a classmate taking part in the Kiltwalk in memory of his brother, who passed away from cancer.
What others might see as a boring hand tool Avril Smart turns into a musical instrument.
The titanium in his back may be worth the price of a new car, but a Whitfield boy's operation to straighten his back has been priceless.
Three Dundee students have done well in a regional industry competition, showcasing their skills in joinery, painting and carpentry.
Steve Brehm didn't want to leave Dundee, but with all the jobs in England he didn't really have a choice.