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NCR won the 1996 “NatWest FT Export Excellence Award” which rewarded their amazing sales across the world.
This is the Fort Street junction when the Post Office Bar was still a post office and you didn’t need yellow lines all over the place because there were hardly any cars.
Wretched weather in preceding months meant there were fears the standards of exhibit at the 145th annual Dundee Horticultural Society show were going to be poor. Happily, the area’s amateur gardeners stormed back and came up with things like this monster onion — much admired by these chaps who were presumably judges.
This was May 30 and people are gathering at Mills Observatory to, hopefully, see a partial eclipse.
In 1973 the BBC’s “Young Scientist of the Year” was filming in Dundee. One of the teams featured was this crew from Morgan Academy. That’s James Smith, Derek Bell, Roger Strachan and Thomas Schofield. Their project was to establish how expensive enzymes could be re-used. I don’t even know what that means.
The good old days when you could fly from Dundee to Majorca thanks to Ramsay World Travel.
Every Friday the Evening Telegraph features all your pictures from all your fantastic nights out and now you can find them on Dundee People on a Monday too. Whether it’s a leaving do, a birthday or another special occasion — we want your snaps!
Green energy is big news —and Robert Ballantyne knows it.
PERTH City Swim Club are ecstatic on three fronts.
The 5th Downfield Scouts celebrated their 100th anniversary with a special reception.
Youngsters from Dundee were put through their paces during Showcase the Street’s in-service day of dance.
They often say a long-serving colleague is “in with the bricks”.
Charming in its simplicity, awesome in its location and a complete surprise for both of their families, the wedding of Kim Dickson and Andrew McMurray was really rather special.
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.