For the past 55 years they have shipped millions of people in East London across the River Thames.
Andy Murray was once a regular on the courts of Perth Lawn Tennis Club, the oldest tennis club in the world – and now two local youngsters are aiming to follow in his footsteps.
In her 33-year career in the jute industry she has produced everything from shrouds to hotpants.
More than 50 kids have spent their holidays working on their fancy footwork.
After an eight-year engagement, it took just five weeks for Dundee bus drivers Kevin Lowden and Dawn Brownlie to plan their big day.
Pupils from Ardler and St Fergus primary schools have celebrated the Year of Young People in their own way.
Learning all about road safety has been magical for kids around the city.
It was 36 years ago that Mohammed Afzal received the hand of welcome as he arrived on these shores from his native Pakistan.
A kind-hearted local is tackling his biggest fear for a fantastic cause.
The winners of Broughty Ferry in Bloom’s annual Garden Competition have been announced.
Riverside Church of Scotland is one of the most colourful in Tayside thanks to the dedicated and creative work of one of its congregation.
Dundee youngsters are having fun while keeping fit thanks to brand new kids’ yoga classes.
A man has sought to thank folk who rushed to help his elderly sister after a fall outside a Dundee supermarket.
A Tele reader has written in looking to get in touch with an old pal he met in a Dundee supermarket.
If there is anyone who can tell you a thing or two about Dundee’s Waterfront, it’s former shipyard worker Malcolm Gracie.
Vintage clothes are back in fashion thanks to Amanda Davies’ new store, Oh Hello Vintage, in the city centre.
Primary five pupils at Clepington Primary School are embarking on an exciting outdoor learning project as part of the John Muir Award.
Tayside has a rich tradition of producing young boxing talent – and that is set to continue this season.
The Angus branch of The Black Watch Association carried out the annual rededication of its standard at Brechin Cathedral.
Rising Youngstars Junior Musical Theatre Group will soon take to the stage for its performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I.