They often say a long-serving colleague is “in with the bricks”.
A Tayside youngster with a caring heart has just returned from helping impoverished people in south-east Asia.
Today, we’re celebrating the 50th wedding anniversary of a lovely Dundee couple who may be a long way from home, but who still have lots of friends and family in the city.
Is there anything more romantic than a wedding proposal being hand-written on a kite which danced and soared on a crisp sea breeze?
This amazing little bundle of joy is Eva Janusiewicz.
Happy, bright and independent, Ellen Fairfield is also 100 years old!
You just kind of sense that Kirsty Robinson has always been somewhat driven.
Maryam Almhameed fled war-torn Syria with her parents to set up a new home in the sanctuary of Perth.
Ever fantasised about just dropping everything and hitting the road?
Let’s wish Kirkton lad Nathan Korol an amazing 2018 as he continues to battle a very challenging condition.
Do you remember your school days? We hope you do and can help us solve a quandary.
You really never know how things are going to end up.
LOVING LIFE: Children’s hospital staff say big a thank you as charity efforts help to cheer up sick kids
Staff from the Tayside Children’s Hospital in Dundee have thanked Fiona Martin, who set up the charity Sunshine Box, for all her hard work.
Today we celebrate a sparkling festive season anniversary for two people who couldn’t be more in love — but right now are thousands of miles apart.
It could be argued that Harvey Robbie might not have made a great first impression.
If there was ever the perfect antidote to a shivery Dundee winter, it has to be a gorgeous and lavish wedding.
Jack Gilmour’s some boy! He scored at the JM Ballroom in Dundee and ended up marrying the love of his life — then he joined Brechin City FC and scored at Hampden.
Sometimes a person can be going through their hectic life not realising something’s missing.
That perfect day with such a beautiful bride and her handsome groom — a love celebrated with family and friends, beaming bridesmaids and cheeky, strapping groomsmen in their kilts.
For the longest time, Andrew Gillespie had been catching Sami Brunton’s eye whenever he walked through her part of Douglas in Dundee.