Top solicitors and police officers in Dundee are enjoying a blast from the past as a football picture from 40 years ago has circled on social media.
All the photographs recently featured in our First Class Pull-Outs are now available to buy. Primary one pupils from dozens of local schools were pictured, but don’t worry if you missed your Evening Telegraph that day, because every photograph printed is now up for sale! Visit the Photoshop Scotland website for full details.
Tens of thousands of people will be on the ground at Glastonbury this summer, but the sheer scale of the festival is perhaps best appreciated from above.
Notice the sky over Dundee last week?
Hundreds of people are said to have turned up on a Dundee street to see firefighters battle a huge blaze.
The wet weather did not prevent crowds donning their finest fancy dress over the weekend at a variety of events across Tayside.
Dundee United players took on 100 young Arabs at Tannadice yesterday with many more fans getting a chance to meet the players.
The Coldside Fun Day proved to be a roaring success. Crowds enjoyed performances from a variety of acts, including belly dancers Tribal Storm, the Dundee Tribe Cheerleaders and singer Demi McMahon. Youngsters were kept entertained by the bouncy castle and traditional games. The bungee trampolines also proved to be a big hit.
Hundreds of families came together for a celebration in the sun at the annual Douglas Summer Festival.
Do you remember your school days? We hope you do and can help us solve a quandary.
Police say four foreign men captured on CCTV are crucial to the investigation into the death of a Dundee man.
Dundonians have a real eye for a great picture — as these stunning images show.
Our photographer was out and about in Dundee taking pictures of folk enjoying a Christmas night out. Pictures feature from Medina, The Tinsmith and the Fairmuir Social Club. See if you feature in our gallery.
Six young people have launched a new photo exhibition showcasing the hidden landmarks of Dundee.
At least 700 runners turned out for yesterday’s first-ever Santa Dash in Dundee.
Locals looked on in amazement as the aurora borealis could be seen in the sky above Dundee.
'Down to earth' Olly Murs has been praised for taking time to chat with fans at Dundee's Malmaison.
Dundee United fans were left heartbroken after their side fell at the final hurdle in their bid to re-enter the top-flight at the first time of asking.
Perth Racecourse hosted one of its most popular events of the year yesterday.
In today's Evening Telegraph we look back through the years at one of Dundee's most impressive school buildings - Morgan Academy.