The skies across Dundee were lit up last night with dazzling displays from the fireworks at bonfire events at two city parks.
The countdown is on for Baxter Park's Winter Doggyfest.
A fun-filled Colourama Run was held at Baxter Park to celebrate Active Girls Day.
Dog lovers are being asked to sign up as volunteers for a bumper event at Baxter Park.
Organisers of the washed-out Celebration in the Park have confirmed the festival will not be returning until next year at the earliest.
The Lady Boys of Bangkok stormed on stage at Dundee’s Baxter Park and rocked the crowd from start to finish in a high-octane show.
Police Scotland is appealing for information about a theft which took place in Baxter Park, Dundee between 5.30pm and 11.30pm on Saturday.
When a lady boy gives you a makeover then asks for a selfie, you know it’s gone well.
The popular Lady Boys of Bangkok are back in Dundee to celebrate their 21st tour in style.
A charity set up in memory of Ardler woman Tracey Burke is set to launch with a bang at a fundraising event this summer.
The wait is almost over – Stobfest 2019 kicks off today with a range of different events planned to entertain all the family.
Primary and secondary pupils from Dundee went on the run at their annual cross country championships.
A new action group has been set up in a bid to have a skate track installed at a popular Dundee park.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with an indecent assault on a 12 year old boy at a bus stop in Dundee. The alleged incident happened in Pitkerro Road on Wednesday February 13. It happened near Baxter Park between 3.25pm and 3.40pm. A police statement said: “Enquiries are continuing.”
An event based around the history of Stobswell is set to take place next month.
A boy, 12, has been indecently assaulted at a Dundee bus stop.
One of Dundee’s oldest tennis courts looks set to be demolished following its sale.
An application has been lodged to convert a historic building into flats.
Four-legged friends of all shapes and sizes were out in force at a winter dog walk and fair.
City councillors were asked last night to approve spending more than £1.5 million on a range of projects including the refurbishment of tennis courts and footpaths and steps and replacement of windows.