Thousands of fundraisers turned up at Camperdown Country Park for a very worthy cause.
A paddle of ducklings were lucky that a local tradesman was on hand to rescue them after they fell through the cracks into a city drain.
The price of Dundee’s planned new stadium development could soar to well over £20 million due to access requirements.
The company behind Carnival Fifty-Six has been threatened with a striking off order after auditors noticed the firm “appears not to be in business”.
It's a heart-warming moment captured on video - but did it end in a happily ever after?
An animal welfare charity is investigating reports that a Yorkshire terrier was picked up by the ears and slapped in the face in a Dundee park.
Camperdown Park is a great place for families to have a fantastic day out.
A PhD student's interest in the women behind Dundee's computer industry has led to a multi-faceted performance exploring their impact on the city.
Thirty years ago this week, the City of Dundee Pipe Band entertained the masses at Camperdown Park. The fabulous sunglasses from the gent centre left must have been heavily influenced by Tom Cruise in Top Gun which was released two years previously. The pipe band is still active in Dundee.
A Dundee wildlife centre is mourning the loss of one of its most popular animals.
The 750 Motor Club held an autocross event at Camperdown Park in 1979 which drew competitors from as far away as Wick and Edinburgh.
Camperdown Park is a fantastic attraction for families that provides wide open green spaces and a safe environment for youngsters to play all year round.
The plug has been pulled on a major Dundee music festival.
A Dundee nursery worker whose dangerous driving caused a crash which left her friend in hospital for half a year has avoided the sack.
A family have paid tribute to a “one-in-a-million dad” who died suddenly while enjoying a day out on his quad bike with his children.
At this time of year, they spend a lot of time sleeping — but lately Camperdown’s European brown bears have been in a pretty playful mood.
Kevin Thoms, of Murrayfield Terrace, was fined £140 after admitting possessing ecstasy at Carnival Fifty Six, Camperdown Park, on August 12. Elsehwere, Craig Dewar, 19, of North Wynd, Colinsburgh, was fined £175 after admitting possessing ecstasy at Dundee University Students’ Union on February 8.
Residents have reacted to Dundee FC’s proposed new ground at Camperdown in an “overwhelmingly positive” way, planners have said.
Dundee's first major music festival looks poised to return next year —despite its founder and boss quitting after just one year.
Carnival Fifty Six is in the running for two top accolades at the UK Festival Awards 2017.