A new exhibition that focuses on artwork inspired by the Dundee jute industry will go on display this weekend.
Scottish family entertainers Funbox hold the key to free entertainment in City Square this Hogmanay.
A woman has completed a gruelling charity walk in memory of her brother, who died from a rare form of bone cancer.
Dundonians are invited to a garden party at Roxburghe House next month.
As part of Child Safety week a group of Dundee mums and toddlers learned all about safety around the house.
When Kasia Thomson finished a lecture early and decided to see a show, she didn't realise she would fall in love with the group of children from Africa.
A group has raised £500 with a sponsored walk over the Tay Road Bridge in memory of baby Aalayah’s fundraiser .
Residents were left straw-struck when Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson pitched up at this year’s Scarecrow Trail in Longforgan.
Frankenstein author Mary Shelley’s links to the city will be celebrated by a new Dundee edition of her “monster” story, which is to be published and distributed free to local children later in the year.
Hundreds of little groovers had the chance to show their moves in the city’s biggest dance festival.
A bookshop manager is setting off on a 275-mile journey to the Outer Hebrides, armed with more than 600 books for school children.
Police Scotland Youth Volunteers from Dundee, Perth and Arbroath attended the World Medieval Combat Championships in Perth.
Having growing up in a military home, it was a natural decision for Dundee student Kiera Marshall to incorporate her experiences into her artwork by creating a memorial to her grandfather, who was killed by the IRA during the Troubles in Ireland in 1975.
It was 1984 when classic car collector David Hocking first bought the Austin Min Cooper 'S' sitting outside his house.
The Dundee Police Scotland Youth Volunteers (PSYV) have been busy getting their fingers green.
Kids from Mix Up Theatre had a blast at Dundee Design Parade.
Lord Provost Ian Borthwick visited Grove Academy to hand over a wreath which he signed on behalf of the city to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A group of drama students had a day at the theatre to help them get into character.
From a four-year-old to a 77-year-old, the visitors to Dundee Music Academy's opening weekend found age doesn't matter when it comes to learning an instrument.
A school reunion has raised more than £200 for a classmate taking part in the Kiltwalk in memory of his brother, who passed away from cancer.