A miracle baby, a surprise engagement and a beautiful christening. All in just one year for this happy couple!
This could be a picture used in an article straight out of today’s Tele with Dundonians angry about local roadworks.
Although well-known Perthshire minister the Rev. Bill McGregor retired several years ago, he still preaches on a regular basis.
More than 100 students from Dundee, Angus, Fife and Perth came to Dundee and Angus College for a 15th annual regional design competition.
Dundee youngsters got to learn about horticulture at a Plant Power Day at the Botanic Garden at the weekend.
These Staffies definitely have a smile on their face after a £500 donation.
Earlier this year we once again featured some great Monifieth snaps from the past in our weekly picture pull-out.
NHS Tayside is encouraging families to share photos of their children’s smiles and toothbrushes as part of National Smile Month.
It was left at a Dundee bus stop - and now the search is on for the owners of a big bag of brand new clothes.
This glamorous group of ladies enjoyed sharing a coffee, a sneaky cigarette and I am sure a lot of gossip at Dens Road Market cafe in 1971.
These young movers were treated to a holiday disco in the run-up to the 1976 Whitfield Festival. Almost 200 kids “teenyboppers” were treated to flashing lights and booming music with members of the festival committee acting as disc jockeys for one night only.
As the cruise ship Magellan sailed away from Dundee, Lucy Anderson was there to wave it off.
One hundred pupils and staff from Perth High School took part in the Perth Park Run to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
A busy joinery and building company has advertised for a time served joiner to join its team. The permanent position is full time, and a driving licence is essential. For more information, including how to apply, visit the Jobs in Scotland page.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Dens Road superheroes!
It may have been competing with a royal wedding and brilliant sunshine, but a Dundee school's fayre still raised £600.
Broughty Ferry woman Eileen Wilson, who volunteered with her local branch of the YMCA for almost 50 years and turned down a nomination for Citizen of the Year in 2010, has died aged 80.
These young Scotland supporters were travelling to Hampden to see their team tackle England in 1978.
It’s theatre, darling! These Linlathen High School pupils presented a “physical theatre” performance at their school in 1987. The group was under the direction of PE teacher Chris Chambers. The only male dancer was Pierre Bernard (at the back). Pierre really is head and shoulders above the rest of the cast.
A former Dundonian has drawn on his experiences Interrailing around Europe in the 1980s to write a book which starts in the City of Discovery.