A copy of an Evening Telegraph printed the best part of a century ago and stashed behind some plasterboard has been unearthed in an attic.
Kevin Holt scored the game's only goal but Elliott Parish was Dundee's hero, saving a late Dougie Imrie penalty to all but confirm Premiership safety.
Your childhood is supposed to be one of the most simple and special times of your life.
Dundee 86-year-old John has dementia, but this photo in the Tele helped him remember a day 56 years ago
Reading the Tele as they do every day, John and Winnie McGill spotted a familiar face.
A fashion student has created a line of clothing inspired by her childhood in Dundee.
Finding the right Christmas gift can be a bit tricky.
Protect education, waste management and social care — but do not raise our council tax.
A YouTube sensation has told his 71,000 followers "Eh'm reading the Tully" in a video describing the Dundonian dialect.
Dundee labourer who won our £10k Golden Wallet jackpot can now cheer on Scotland in World Cup qualifier
Dundee labourer David Short says he’s “over the moon” after scooping £10,000 in the Tele’s Golden Wallet jackpot draw.
It has been a staple of your Tele every Wednesday for nearly two years — and now the Dundonian is the focus of a new photo exhibition.
The wait is finally over! Today one lucky Tele reader will become £10,000 richer.
Meet the winner of this year’s amazing Snappy Tots competition.
Some of Dundee’s best sweets and pastries have been being served in special foodbags.
Dundee is set to host its second design festival — and the Tele is producing a special free magazine on the city’s factories to celebrate.
When he was just three years old, Eddie Wynne took a tumble from three storeys up in Court Street.
As we celebrate an exciting anniversary, today we go right back to where it all began.
They say your school days are the best of your life.
The stage is set for one of the biggest events in Dundee’s calendar tonight as the Evening Telegraph hosts the 2017 Community Spirit Awards.
Steven Tasker, 21, of Lansdowne Court, had sentence deferred at Dundee Sheriff Court.
It was Amanda Kopel’s relentless campaigning to introduce a law named after her late husband which led to her winning an Evening Telegraph Community Spirit Award.