If there is anyone who can tell you a thing or two about Dundee’s Waterfront, it’s former shipyard worker Malcolm Gracie.
The world's media have been invited to tour V&A Dundee for the first time.
Ambitious plans have been outlined for a cafe and cooking school at a Dundee butcher shop.
Dundee's new free public wifi will not be ready to go for the opening of the V&A in September, a city councillor has discovered.
Boat trips will be running on the Tay later this month, offering an insight into the engineering behind Dundee landmarks.
Dundee's new railway station entrance has finally opened, providing a new gateway into the city.
Amazing new images of Dundee’s V&A have been revealed – less than three months from its opening.
The V&A Dundee museum could host events as varied as weddings and casino nights, its operators have revealed.
It was once home to some of the city’s finest retailers and a place of escape for scores of youngsters.
An event to discuss ideas for an active travel centre at Dundee’s Waterfront is set to take place later this month.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has said the V&A in Dundee will prove value for money, despite its price tag rising to more than £80 million.
A free public Wi-Fi scheme will be operational at Dundee Waterfront by the end of July, it has been revealed.
Fresh plans have been lodged to build 120 flats at a Waterfront gap site.
The council boss who has overseen much of Dundee’s Waterfront regeneration is set to retire in the coming months.
The council-led redevelopment of Dundee Waterfront has been held up as an example for the rest of the country by the Scottish Land Commission.
A walk of fame showcasing Dundee’s historical heroes was expanded on Friday.
The city’s site six development can help deliver on decades of economic planning and lead a new wave of international investment, according to Dundee’s council leader.
New aerial pictures have captured the latest stage in the ongoing redevelopment of Dundee’s Waterfront at Site 6 opposite the V&A.
Plans for a beach development next to the V&A museum have been given the green light.
A woman has spoken of witnessing frantic attempts by paramedics to save a man pulled from the River Tay.