Hundreds of people welcomed home a Dundee man who had spent 18 days walking to the city.
Jane Duffy has loved her time running a Dundee playgroup but with her son ready to move on to nursery, she's looking for someone else to pick up the reins.
A Dundee nursery has been voted one of the top 20 nurseries in Scotland.
Local mum Kim Thorne is a star of the silver screen — but her hard work happens away from the spotlight.
A MUM and daughter duo have lopped off their locks in a bid to raise money for an Alzheimer’s charity — in memory of a family member who had the illness.
Zoe Smith never would have thought she could would be on track to study design with a goal of opening her own business.
Given six months to live, this local man turned to photography – and he’s still going strong 14 years later
Facing a cancer diagnosis and the possibility he only had months to live, Ron Russell turned to photography to get him through.
Sewing started out as a hobby for Deborah Breen, something she enjoyed doing when her Fibromyalgia wasn't affecting her too much.
A Dundee teen who spent a week volunteering to help disabled and disadvantaged children and young people enjoy a life changing pilgrimage holiday says the trip was about making the kids feel like VIPs.
A Dundee tennis sensation is celebrating after officially becoming the 12 & Under British Number 1 - and landing a major sponsorship deal.
A lot has changed over the years since Pam Brunt first started helping Women's Aid in 1982.
From marine biologist to entrepreneur – meet the woman making her own clothing accessories and turning it into a business
When Cara Anderson first started making and personalising clothing items for friends and family while working at an aquarium, she didn't expect it turn into a completely new business venture.
A talented High School of Dundee musician has enjoyed remarkable success in a local competition.
A community project supporting teenage parents has been shortlisted for a £50,000 grant.
A High School of Dundee pupil has been rewarded for an impressive performance at an annual music competition. Alasdair Richmond, F4, won the Intermediate Piano Recital contest at the Perform in Perth festival with his inspired recitals of Tchaikovsky’s ‘June: Barcarolle’ and Chopin’s ‘Waltz in E-flat major’.
The Perth and Kinross Schools cross-country one mile is becoming a magnet for the Elder family from Perth.
Pupils at Kingspark Primary in Dundee held their first-ever fashion show.
Children at the 31st A Dundee Rainbows presented Guide Dogs Scotland with a cheque for £100.
Dundee Sea Cadets have had a successful time at the Northern Area Drill and Piping Competition.
After decades of championing for the deaf community she is part of, Elizabeth Adam claims she's finally ready to retire - for the third time.