Kids across Dundee are being asked to grab a Santa suit and jog through the city centre in the name of charity.
War memorials dedicated to a school’s fallen alumni are to be restored and relocated to preserve them for future generations.
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.
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.
Youngsters from Grove Academy pupil council and eco group took part in the Give Your Litter A Lift campaign as part of their work on waste reduction.
Dundee's young footballers dazzled at Dens Park yesterday to clinch key trophies.
‘Kids could have been killed’: Dundee bus chief hits out after car crashes into parked school bus and drives off
A Dundee bus company chief has blasted a hit-and-run driver who slammed into the back of a bus outside a school — saying “kids could have been killed”.
A team of young engineers from Grove Academy have triumphed in an annual competition at Robert Gordon University (RGU) and will now travel to Seattle to take their place in the international final.
Police say they have spoken to a pupil after rumours of a "bomb threat" at a Dundee school.
An autistic teenager — who is lucky to be alive after serious illness as a baby — is set to realise his dream after being accepted to study at the world’s premier music school.
HISTORY MAKER: 17-year-old today becomes first Dundonian gymnast to represent Scotland at the Commonwealth Games
Sofia Ramzan has made a piece of history, becoming the first Dundonian gymnast to represent Scotland at the Commonwealth Games.
Parents and pupils at a Dundee primary school have been promised that action is to be taken over road safety issues.
A teenager who suffers almost daily seizures is recovering after undergoing a brain operation.
Like any teenager, Caitlyn Geekie would love to learn to drive and go to university.
A Dundee mother has said her family is “living in fear” after their closie was torched for the second time.
Who’s this happy mob of reprobates? It’s none other than Grove Academy’s class of 1992 — and if there’s something they’re clearly good at, it’s throwing a party.
Aggressive pupils and excessive workloads are being blamed for teachers not wanting to work in Dundee — leaving 18 vacant posts.
Schools chiefs are demanding to know how a list of former pupils at a Dundee secondary was posted on social media after a staff retirement party.
A cricket match is set to take place tomorrow to mark the 10th anniversary of the death of a Dundee player.
A school has issued a warning following complaints of parents driving down a one-way street in the wrong direction.