The Botanic Garden of the University of Dundee is one of the city’s major attractions, welcoming more than 80,000 visitors each year, writes Garry Fraser in The Scots Magazine.
If there is anyone who can tell you a thing or two about Dundee’s Waterfront, it’s former shipyard worker Malcolm Gracie.
Three local charities have again been helped by Asda Kirkton’s green token scheme.
VIDEO: Dundee girl’s Kiki challenge dance to Bruno Mars song seen by 234k after star gives seal of approval
A Dundee girl's Kiki dance to a Bruno Mars song has been seen by more than 234,000 people after the singing superstar gave his seal of approval.
An estimated 1,000 people turned out for the annual Fintry Gala Day on Saturday.
Folk in a Dundee bar have made the bold move of deciding what one of Scotland's most well-known dishes should be called.
It was cheers to the Beers as loved-up couple Lewis Beer and Lisa Mordente partied all night long after they tied the knot.
Plenty of people turned out for the Park Lives ‘Picnic in the Park’ event at Baxter Park in the sunshine on Thursday.
“I absolutely love my job so was more than happy when I got asked to be store manager.”
This award winning beautician has absolutely nailed her claw creations - even battling cancer and still coming out on top.
Which place do you prefer?
Well, they say you can use anything to make art and these Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art students did exactly that.
Roll up, roll up, the circus is in town! Locals turned up in their masses to attend the Austen Brothers Circus being held in Caird Park in 1984. At the big-top events, the audience enjoyed aerial acts, tightrope walkers and even some performing animals. Do you remember going to the circus?
Youngsters and staff at a Dundee nursery are celebrating after an excellent report from the Care Inspectorate.
Football fan Doug looks back on a rainy preseason at Dens Park – but do you know the other three boys?
This cracker was sent in by Tele reader Doug Bruce.
It’s always a good night out in Dundee.
Wow, the detail in this cross-stitch tapestry is truly amazing. Following a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, Sarah Anderson spent five months completing the artwork immortalising Dundee Royal Infirmary in 1997. Sarah can be seen showing the piece to Dr Ken Morley and Dr Malcolm MacLean who had supported her through her illness.
After the bleak weather we Dundonians have faced over the past week I thought we could reminisce on sunnier, happier days.
Well, these two lassies were definitely working for their pocket money! Rosemary Cargill and Edith Hodge who were both from Errol are seen collecting blackcurrants and other berries at Wester Ballindean Farm in Inchture in 1955. There really is nothing like going berry picking in the sunshine.
What a way to spend your summer holidays – at cadet camp! The Angus County and Dundee Battalions of the Army Cadet Force headed to Crail for their annual camp in 1954. It certainly looks like the boys were given plenty to do as the image shows the scramble for meal time.