A Tayside youngster with a caring heart has just returned from helping impoverished people in south-east Asia.
Today, we’re celebrating the 50th wedding anniversary of a lovely Dundee couple who may be a long way from home, but who still have lots of friends and family in the city.
At Butterfly Cafe in Dundee you can find parents chatting about their pregnancies and babies over coffee and a muffin.
Is there anything more romantic than a wedding proposal being hand-written on a kite which danced and soared on a crisp sea breeze?
This amazing little bundle of joy is Eva Janusiewicz.
The name Stuart Scott may not immediately ring any bells, but walk through Dundee and his legacy is hard to miss.
Happy, bright and independent, Ellen Fairfield is also 100 years old!
You just kind of sense that Kirsty Robinson has always been somewhat driven.
The Sunshine Box is a very worthwhile charity and one deserving of support.
Ever fantasised about just dropping everything and hitting the road?
Let’s wish Kirkton lad Nathan Korol an amazing 2018 as he continues to battle a very challenging condition.
You really never know how things are going to end up.
LOVING LIFE: Children’s hospital staff say big a thank you as charity efforts help to cheer up sick kids
Staff from the Tayside Children’s Hospital in Dundee have thanked Fiona Martin, who set up the charity Sunshine Box, for all her hard work.
Dundee woman Margaret Mather has been awarded the MBE for services to Dundee Junior Showtime and wider community activities.
Today we celebrate a sparkling festive season anniversary for two people who couldn’t be more in love — but right now are thousands of miles apart.
Tommy and Barbara McCabe have just celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary — and they’re looking great.
Parents ‘hope for the best’ as little Lochie prepares for major surgery in fight against aggressive cancer
He’s amazed medical experts with his strength and melted the hearts of nurses with his smile.
It could be argued that Harvey Robbie might not have made a great first impression.
Today the Tele goes back to 1995, and a nice little story that appeared in our newspaper.
If there was ever the perfect antidote to a shivery Dundee winter, it has to be a gorgeous and lavish wedding.