Nikoleta Adamson might look beautiful in her dresses and pristine makeup but she is out to show that beauty pageants are not just “sparkles and glitter”.
A major public consultation on the future of schools in and around Dundee will begin next week.
The partner of a mother of five who died aged just 34 has paid tribute to his “rock” and insisted he wished he had been taken instead.
Local pupils have shown off their signing and singing skills at a fabulous concert after learning British Sign Language in schools and performing a Sign 2 Sing concert.
Dundee City Council has insisted that plans to install a new fire alarm system at Braeview Academy had been in the pipeline before a blaze struck last September.
Residents were shocked as emergency services arrived on their quiet street following the sudden death of a man.
Parents are to be asked for their views on plans for new schools in Dundee.
At least three police cars and two fire engines are on a Dundee street after a male died.
An opposition councillor has criticised a potential merger of two of the city’s schools, slamming it as a “cost-saving exercise”.
Dundee City Council has set out plans to spend more than £50,000 on a new security fence at Braeview Academy.
Two Dundee schools - including fire-hit Braeview Academy - could be demolished under council plans.
Staff and pupils returned to their own school yesterday, more than three months after a blaze gutted the building.
Fire chiefs investigating the Braeview Academy blaze have pointed to a “lack of training and guidance” offered to the head teacher as part of her responsibility to keep the building safe.
Transition arrangements for the return of pupils to the Braeview Academy site following a major fire in September have been confirmed.
Students at Braeview and Baldragon academies have been learning all about bike safety thanks to Active Schools and Ancrum Outdoor Centre.
Dundee City Council is set to bolster fire safety measures in a number of buildings across the city in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Ambitious plans to get students back to the site of their fire-ravaged school by the end of the month are well under way.
A Dundee man has said he could have been killed when a thug armed with a metal walking stick bludgeoned him repeatedly in a vicious attack.
Dundee council has revealed when pupils from fire-hit Braeview Academy could be back in classes on the site next month.
A councillor has said parents must take action if they suspect their children have been involved in fireraising.