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Dundee bar bosses are being urged to stage quiz nights in aid of an animal welfare charity and boost their own trade at the same time.
A new guidebook to HMS Unicorn is set to be released next week.
Elderly people and others with chronic conditions are at the centre of a new winter plan to stay healthy.
An exhibition created by people living with long-term health conditions has gone on display at the DCA.
A mad scramble has led to thirsty Dundonians shelling out as much as £7.50 to get their hands on a bottle of limited edition Irn-Bru.
The brains behind the Download, Reading and Leeds music festivals are eyeing up an open-air event in Dundee in 2020, the Tele can reveal.
‘I’ve danced through my life and loved every second of it’ – Douglas woman will turn 100 this weekend
She has seen it all over the past century - but despite turning it being her birthday today, Nancy Davidson insists she doesn't feel anywhere near her 100 years.
NHS Tayside has confirmed that it made no payments to its new chairman in the three weeks he held the post – before quitting for a job down south.
A group of Tayside college students have come to the rescue a dying woman's campervan was vandalised by mindless thugs.
A spitting thug is facing jail after launching a frenzied attack on his former partner.
An angry resident has claimed his life has become a "living nightmare" because of incessant drug use happening in his block of flats.
A woman has called on local health bosses to justify the decision to withdraw a pain treatment she says helps her live a normal life.
Demolition work has started at a former Menzieshill pub to make way for new homes.
A man who suffered a stroke has described his disappointment at having his mobility scooter stolen, limiting his ability to get about.
Giant "battery packs" which store up electricity to meet and balance out Dundee's electricity demands could soon be installed on a city industrial estate.
Broughty Ferry lifeboat team: ‘I didn’t appreciate the consequences but the next day my dad wasn’t there’
Penny Griffiths vividly remembers the day she saw her mum cry – because she never cried.
Vandals have struck at Clatto Country Park for the second time in a week - and have caused damage that could risk lives.
‘Despicable and cowardly’ – Man jailed for assault during fracas which led to death of Brian Fox at taxi rank
A man has been jailed for two years after carrying out assaults during a fracas which led to the death of tragic Brian Fox at the Nethergate taxi rank.
Residents living in Charleston have slammed the mindless yobs who have damaged a number of cars over the past 48 hours.
A knife-wielding scaffolder who stabbed a man in the street before clubbing him with a hammer has been locked up.