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America and Europe have been on the course battling it out to claim the Solheim Cup 2019.
Comedy act Tape Face will be treading the boards in Dundee next week, following his appearance on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions tonight.
Thousands of people will descend on Dundee today for the annual Pride event.
Dundee foodbank formed less than three months ago has already handed out more than 900 parcels to needy families
A foodbank which was formed less than three months ago has already handed out more than 900 parcels to needy families in Dundee.
A dental technician using his skills to keep smiles pristine on the world’s most remote inhabited island has taken a little taste of home on his trip – an Evening Telegraph thunderstick.
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.
A city centre convenience store has been refused permission to sell alcohol because of a “plethora” of off-licences in the area.
A schoolgirl has claimed her art teacher deliberately dropped pencils so he could look up her skirt before touching her inappropriately.
Hundreds of people gathered in City Square today to protest against climate change.
A motorist had a lucky escape after her car crashed into a lamppost.
Police are investigating after a thief attempted to steal shopping bags from two elderly women outside a Dundee cemetery.
Sports Direct confirm plans to open 35,000 square foot store in city centre building currently occupied by Tesco
Sports Direct has broken its silence over the future of the soon-to-be-closed Tesco Metro in Murraygate.
Residents in the West End have spoken of their shock following a serious assault on Saturday night.
An end to NHS Tayside’s pharmacy workers strike could be in sight if a meeting planned for today is successful.
A local children’s campaigner has welcomed the government’s decision to repeal the controversial named persons law.
A major road running through Dundee is closed following a road traffic accident.
The University of Dundee has been named University of the Year for Student Experience by The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.
Dozens of workers at the James Hutton Institute in Invergowrie have been told their jobs are at risk.
The Oor Wullie BIG Bucket Trail has now raised more than £870,000 for charity after last night's auction in Edinburgh.
After a warm reception in community spaces across the city, a theatre company is bringing its “A-Z of Dundee” production home for its first run in a theatre.