Dundee West Football Club are toasting their best year in the club’s 33-year history after a massive awards night at the Caird Hall a week last Friday.
Abertay University was lit up last night to celebrate St Andrew's Day.
Dundee’s pubs are preparing for a boost as a major conference taking place in the city is expected to pull in beer-lovers from across the UK.
Frank Gilfeather, whose family were steeped in boxing, featured recently when he assisted a BwB reader with information about the old Premierland boxing stadium in Dundee, which was situated in William Lane, between King Street and Victoria Road.
More than 1,000 students are embarking on a new chapter in their lives after the University of Dundee’s winter graduations held at the Caird Hall.
Controversial campaigner Peter Tatchell is to be honoured by Abertay University in its winter graduations.
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Brendan Cole reveals why he left, his favourite judge and predicts who will win
He has graced our TV screens on the smash-hit Saturday night show Strictly Come Dancing.
Some of the city’s top musicians have been presented with grants at the Caird Hall after making successful applications to the Dundee Musicians’ Award.
One of Dundee’s cultural jewels will bring the clowns of the golden age of silent movies back to life.
Comedian Jimmy Carr is performing in Dundee.
The exterior of one of Dundee’s most famous and prominent buildings is to be upgraded as part of the city’s £1 billion Waterfront development.
A brewery is still hoping to open its new bar in Dundee before the end of the year.
A high-end restaurant in Dundee’s former City Arcades has closed its doors after a dispute with waiting staff over pay – just three months after opening.
They were two of the most historic rock shows ever performed in Dundee.
Almost 2,000 people passed through the doors of the Caird Hall as part of the city’s annual jobs fair.
Hundreds of companies will be on the look out for employees at a jobs fair in Dundee today.
Soft rock legends Dr Hook are heading to Dundee as part of their 50th birthday celebrations.
Anger as tickets for Gerry Cinnamon’s Dundee gig sell out in seconds and then appear online for £600 each
Scots singing star Gerry Cinnamon’s Dundee gig sold out within seconds –but tickets priced at more than £600 have appeared on resale websites.
Jobseekers of all ages are being encouraged to attend an employment fair in Dundee.
Scottish music sensation Gerry Cinnamon has announced a Dundee show for this winter.