Dundee is one of the leading cities, not just in the UK but in Europe, when it comes to supporting and promoting the use of electric vehicles. Across the city, 3% of people are now driving an electric vehicle (one of the highest concentrations of electric vehicles in Britain) and the city council has plans to increase this to 20% by 2027.
When it comes to local convenience stores, one name in Dundee springs to mind – Hayat’s Premier Store. So it is no wonder that this family-run convenience store is among the first few in the city to offer a home delivery service.
The cobbled streets of Dublin, kissing the Blarney Stone, Giant’s Causeway: the island of Ireland’s most popular attractions are justly celebrated.
No one can guarantee barbecue weather but Scott Brothers Butchers in Dundee can guarantee top quality, locally sourced meat that will make any BBQ a success!
The Evening Telegraph has teamed up with Nando’s Restaurants and Cineworld Cinemas to offer our readers a ‘Peri-Peri’ tasty chance to win two cinema passes for a film of your choice and a meal for two! For your chance to win this blockbusting bundle all you need to do is simply answer the following question;
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Often thought of as a sport for older people, bowls is becoming more popular with people of all generations. And with the many benefits of playing the game, it’s easy to see why.
Perhaps you are watching what you eat? Or just trying to be good? Well, this Saturday should be your ‘cheat day’ because, on May 11, we celebrate National Eat What You Want Day! On this day, people across Dundee, Tayside and the rest of the UK, are encouraged to treat themselves by giving in to their sweet tooth, carb-loading without having a marathon to run, and eating breakfast for dinner. Ahead of Eat What You Want Day, we bring you FIVE perfect places where you can indulge...
When summer arrives there is only one place to be – and that's a local beer garden. But because in and around Dundee there are some great al fresco haunts to choose from, there are actually FIVE places to be when summer arrives! So get out there, soak up the atmosphere and eat, drink and socialise in the sunshine as we bring you five of the best beer gardens...
From luxury lodges by the River Tay, to a contemporary house with a guaranteed investment return, to an historic and quirky listed country home, Mains of Taymouth has something to suit every sector of the holiday home market – for happy holidays for many years to come, just look at its amazing choice.
With three decades of experience, pharmacist Margaret McGee is perfectly placed to offer advice to callers on NHS 24’s out-of-hours service – and is gearing up for one of the busiest times of the year.
As an eighth generation farming family, the Clarks, who run Pitlandie Farm in Perthshire, have an impressive depth of cattle farming experience.
Nae Limits 60+ Association, supported by National Lottery funding, helps Mabel Robertson and dozens of others enjoy dancing, live music and companionship in later life.
With stunning natural beauty, a bustling cosmopolitan vibe and some of the world’s largest sporting events on the horizon, we’ve uncovered a whole host of reasons to visit Yokohama, Japan…
Fish and chips have long-been a popular meal choice for those who want a tasty treat. In Scotland, we are incredibly lucky to have so many good quality fish and chip shops on our doorstep, many of them award-winning. Locally sourced produce is a big draw for fish and chip fans, but it is also the location, excellent customer service, and sustainability of these chippies that keep the customers coming back for more. Here we have selected five of the best chippies in Scotland for you to try...
Global superstar Craig David and his full live band will perform at Dundee Slessor Gardens on Friday June 7.
We take our boiler for granted – but what happens when it stops working? No hot water, no central heating, and no doubt a hefty repair bill to fix it! However, we need not all live in fear of our boiler breaking down. To prevent the worst case scenario, we uncover some tips to help you banish the boiler blues this winter in association with William Ree & Partners.
Christmas is traditionally a time for giving. So, what better way to celebrate this wonderful time of year than making a donation to your favourite Scottish charity? Not sure who to pledge cash to this year? We have selected nine of the best charities to help you decide. They each provide a special service to people less fortunate than us, all year round, so spare a thought – and a few pounds – for these good causes at Christmas.
Modern life is changing what we prioritise when it comes to choosing a place to call home.
Kitting out you and the family for October 31 can add up – from school parties, to guising to nights out for the grown ups.