Firefighters, police and ambulance workers and NHS representatives joined forces to create a collaborated educational show for all S5 pupils in Dundee.
Two former Thomas Cook workers are overjoyed to have been reinstated in their jobs at a Broughty Ferry store.
Thousands of kids across the city throw themselves into gaming during their spare time, inadvertently working on their creativity, teamwork and social skills.
About 100 fundraisers were “lovin it” at a charity event at McDonald’s, in Dundee, which raised hundreds of pounds.
It might look like a huge wooden frame but this towering structure represents our possible future relationship with robots.
Mum donates 500 books to Ninewells’ neonatal unit – one for every child admitted to the unit this year
A Dundee mum has donated 500 new books to Ninewells’ neonatal unit – one for every child admitted to the unit this year.
Budding Dundee journalists from schools across the city helped put together the Tele’s latest edition of its award-winning magazine Chalk Talk.
Art workshop held at University of Dundee encouraging people to create a more eco-friendly Christmas
Shoppers are being encouraged to be more creative with their gift ideas this Christmas.
A domestic abuse victim has spoken out about the horrific attacks her ex-partner subjected her to in the hope it will encourage other victims to report assaults.
An investigation has been launched after three specialist motorbikes were stolen from a private garage near Perth.
A Dundee drag queen is hoping to be crowned the country’s best after making it through to the Scottish finals of a major competition.
‘Dad always said he’d be teaching until his final day and he was’: Tributes paid to much-loved Broughty Ferry driving instructor
A driving instructor who helped four generations of families in Broughty Ferry get behind the wheel has died aged 78.
“Teamwork makes the dream work”, calls music instructor Christopher Sayse as he leads more than 50 young violinists in rehearsal.
Violent crimes in Dundee rose by 22% last year – more than twice the national average, newly released figures show.
An OAP claims an embankment next to his house has become a “jungle” and is encroaching on to his land.
Young children’s imaginations have been running wild as they enjoy active play on a new wooden trim trail area at their school.
People looking for an opportunity to explore spiritual topics such as the meaning of life are invited to take part in a new course.
Comedy act Tape Face will be treading the boards in Dundee next week, following his appearance on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions tonight.
Dundee man who lost his dad to rare form of eye cancer walks more than 100 miles to raise money for research into the illness
A broken-hearted son who lost his dad to a rare form of eye cancer has walked more than 100 miles to raise money for research into the illness.
‘The first thing I did in the morning was make myself a double vodka and water’: Dundee man turns his life around with the help of community group
“The first thing I did in the morning was make myself a double vodka and water,” said Ian Thomas, speaking of his 26-year alcohol addiction.