The Evening Telegraph is here to provide you with all the details of local news, sport and events.
If you want to get in touch to tell us what’s going on in your area, or you need assistance with the newspaper or the website, you can contact us using the following details.
Main contact details
D C Thomson & Co Ltd
2 Albert Square
Web and ePaper subscriptions
For technical and financial queries regarding subscriptions to this website or our digital newspapers phone 0800 029 4956.
Main newsdesk phone number
If your query is directly connected to your use of this website, please contact:
Frances Rougvie, Evening Telegraph digital editor
General online team contact
Should you have a query regarding the delivery of newspapers to your home or would like to find out more about home news delivery, please contact:
01382 575427 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Advertising & public notices
To talk about advertising on the Evening Telegraph website or in the paper, please contact:
01382 455666 or email email@example.com
To contact members of the Evening Telegraph’s editorial team, please choose one of the following:
News desk – firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters – email@example.com
Sport – firstname.lastname@example.org
Features – email@example.com
For a guide to what we report from the courts and why, visit www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/court-guide
The Evening Telegraph is published by DC Thomson & Co. Ltd. It is committed to journalism of the highest standards and we aim to produce our newspaper with accuracy, honesty and fairness.
Our journalists adhere to the DC Thomson company values of integrity and respect – and we abide by the industry’s own code of practice, known as the Editors’ Code, which is the foundation stone of the UK press self-regulatory system. It sets out the rules that newspaper and magazine industry members pledge to accept.
More on the code and its rules can be found here www.editorscode.org.uk/index.php
All complaints should be addressed to the Editor. It is our policy to publish clarifications and corrections when necessary and as quickly as possible. We will set aside space on P4 or P5 to do so, or, if the complainant requests, in the relevant section of the newspaper.
If you wish to make a complaint you can e-mail our Readers’ Editor Ross Logan at firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to Evening Telegraph, D C Thomson & Co Ltd, 2 Albert Square, Dundee, DD1 1DD or call 01382 575876.
If you are still not happy you can contact The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) which is the independent regulator of the newspaper and magazine industry and administers the Editors’ Code of Practice.