DC Thomson Media is looking for an Editorial intern to join the team based in Dundee over the summer period.
A rare copy of the first Dandy annual from 1938 has sold at auction for £1,250.
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A number of city landmarks were illuminated purple on Tuesday night as part of an awareness campaign for International Epilepsy Day.
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Businessman and television star Mike Soutar visited students and staff at Dundee University.
A former magazine guru best known for grilling candidates on reality show The Apprentice is to give a guest lecture at the University of Dundee.
Children and communities across Tayside are being given the chance to design their own mini Oor Wullie sculptures.
A Dundee charity which works with vulnerable and care-experienced children is calling on more locals to help change the lives of youngsters across the city.
The photograph and reference on December 15 to a DC Thomson inter-departmental football league in BwB brought back happy memories and provoked comment from Mike Jeffries.
They may have turned 65 yesterday, but the class of 2B don’t look a day over 10.
Still Game’s Tam and Isa have admitted it was “awful sad” to bring the curtain down on the iconic Scottish sitcom.
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Christmas is just around the corner – and as you fill stockings, write Christmas cards and decorate the house, what better time to reflect on days gone by?
Oor Wullie was the centre of attention in his home city as the first national bucket trail starring the cheeky comic book character was launched in Dundee.
About 4,000 secondary school pupils in Dundee have completed a programme which aims to invest in the city’s future workforce.
A Dundee photographer who snapped everyone from the Queen Mother to Margaret Thatcher during a career spanning six decades has revealed the secrets of his most famous photos.
Young journalists in the making became editors for the day when they visited Tele HQ to complete final preparations for their own magazine, the Evening Telegraph’s first Chalk Talk.
An American student was delighted to find rare comics – some dating back to the 1800s – among thousands of comics she catalogued at the University of Dundee.
As Dundee undergoes a £1 billion redevelopment of its Waterfront – and regeneration work takes place in a number of other communities – parts of the city are virtually unrecognisable from a few years ago.