Those living with Parkinson’s in Dundee are helping to improve their co-ordination and strength through a fun dance programme.
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Teen founder of Dundee Culture officially opens back-garden studio to showcase Dundee to the rest of the world
Dundee Culture founder Andrew Batchelor has officially opened the company's back-garden studio space with the aim of showcasing Dundee to the rest of world.
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St Paul’s Academy pupils had the chance to perform in front of thousands, thanks to a special awards ceremony.
With the Scotland Women’s team playing their first World Cup finals game against England in Nice on Sunday, female players are in the spotlight.
We’re only halfway through 2019 but baton twirler Ciaran Muir has 2020 very much in mind.
The compassion shown by a Perth-based man and his band of volunteers is resulting in needy people in the Fair City being fed every Saturday.
No distance was too far for this smitten couple to say ‘I do’.
As a parent, one of the hardest things to do is find the right care provider to look after your young one while you are at work.
For almost a quarter of a century the Reading Rooms has been one of Dundee’s most innovative and forward thinking nightclubs.
Westfest Big Sunday came up trumps yet again, providing another great day on Magdalen Green for thousands of revellers.
Carers Week 2019: Campaign to raise awareness of caring and highlight issues that unpaid workers face
A celebration of carers is to take place in Dundee.
The Dundee Greenpeace group held a colourful event outside the V&A to raise awareness of World Oceans Day, which takes place on Saturday.
Perth City Swim Club’s Jack Muncey, 15, will be one of the youngest competitors at the Scottish Nationals in Aberdeen from June 27-29.
These teenie tots said goodbye to some new friends as they released their new butterflies.
A former Craigie High pupil who lost his best friend in 2015 has organised a charity football match in his memory.
Unimaginable changes have happened in the last century – and this Dundonian has seen it all.
A young Kirkton dancer has been named as under-14 Scottish Dancer of the Year for two freestyle sections.
For some of us, exercise is a chore and even an hour a day seems like hard work when you can think of a million other things to do.
She may be only 13 but Leah Sidey is starring for the Jeanfield Swifts U/19 football team.