A new charity community cafe has opened to support people with cancer.
Two women linked to Dundee will be the first commemorated in the Hall of Heroes at the National Wallace Monument.
Bingo nights at local caravan park raise money for local Christmas lights switch-on and other charities
Four charities have received a total of £3,500 thanks to Red Lion Caravan Park.
Judy Murray spends £10k on Andy Murray-themed penguin as auction raises £540k for Maggie’s at V&A Dundee
A whopping £540,000 has been raised for Ninewells-based charity Maggie’s Dundee after 82 specially designed penguin statues were sold off at the V&A.
Two sisters who lost their mum to cancer earlier this year have raised more than £2,600 in her memory.
Forfar’s Reid Hall will play host to a night of stand-up comedy to raise money for the Maggie’s Centre in Dundee.
They have spent all summer posted around Angus, Fife and Perth, drawing crowds of people eager to complete the Maggie’s Penguin Parade sticker book.
A Broughty Ferry family and their friends have paid tribute to a much-respected member of the community by completing the Three Peaks Challenge in 24 hours.
Maggie’s Penguin Parade is looking for volunteers to help out at this weekend’s Broughty Ferry fun run.
The Maggie’s penguin trail in Tayside has been struck by vandalism.
Penguins are popping up across Dundee and Tayside as part of a much-anticipated charity trail.
There will be sun, shades and ska at Magdalen Green today as WestFest 2018 bursts into life.
The countdown is on for young people across Scotland to make their mark on an exciting new tourist trail in Dundee.
Plaques have been unveiled in two city pubs in memory of a Fintry man.
Every school in Dundee is to receive a “baby” penguin sculpture and an accompanying education pack as part of the Maggie’s Penguin Parade project.
A Dundee children’s football team is set to raise hundreds of pounds for Maggie’s cancer charity in honour of the mum of one of their players who was battling against the disease.
A popular Dundee man who battled cancer for 30 years will be remembered at a special tribute night.
A Fife man who continues to climb mountains two years after doctors predicted he would die from cancer is to raise money on his wedding day to help others fighting the disease.
Dundee's parks, streets and public areas are set to be taken over by a colourful colony of giant penguins.
A group of 17 “fabulous friends” called the Friday 5kers have raised £15,000 for Dundee’s Maggie’s Centre.