Why do all the interesting buildings get knocked down?
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.
New public toilets in Dudhope Park have been officially opened.
Dudhope Park and Fintry Parish Church were awash with activities when their respective fun day and gala drew the crowds.
A charity seeking to aid the recovery of armed forces veterans has officially opened a special garden.
An estimated 1,000 people turned out for the annual Fintry Gala Day on Saturday.
Dundee residents headed along to Dudhope Park and got involved in the ParkLives playrangers and messy play sessions, in celebration of Love Parks Week.
A giant penguin emoji has been painted on to the grass at Dudhope Park to celebrate World Emoji Day and Maggie’s Penguin Parade.
Dundee City Council is planning to spend almost £400,000 to improve toilets and windows.
Two men drove a motorcycle through a family fun day, scattering parents and kids as they sped through a skate park with hundreds of people around.
The possible closure of an access road at a Dundee park could put “increasing pressure” on West End parking, it has been claimed.
Councillors will consider a bid to stop drivers parking on the road into a Dundee park.
“Irresponsible” drivers parking on a narrow Dundee side street are creating a hazard for residents, according to the city council.
Friends of Dudhope Park are asking the people of Dundee to complete a survey regarding the provision of public toilet facilities in the park.