Gulls are pretty unavoidable in any city, especially in a place like Dundee which sits on the water.
Twelve percent of men believe they could win a point off 23-time grand slam winner Serena Williams, a YouGov survey has found.
More than 85% of Tele readers think the BBC TV Licence should be abolished.
MSPs have backed proposals to allow local authorities to run their own bus services.
Thousands of young people across Scotland fear discussing their mental health will result in judgment or rejection, according to a new study.
What does the future hold for the NHS - the universal health service that we have taken for granted for two generations?
More people than ever would vote in favour of Scottish independence in the event of a second referendum, according to the Tele’s latest poll.
The Evening Telegraph has launched a new poll in a bid to find out if the view on Scottish Independence has changed in the city – with another referendum possibly on the horizon.
It's the issue that has split political opinion in Scotland for half a decade.
Environmental campaigners are aiming to involve one billion people worldwide in a “visual survey” of plastic pollution as part of the second annual One Plastic Free Day.
What was your wedding like?
With news that 27,000 people visited V&A Dundee in its first week, we wanted to get your views on the city’s new attraction.
The readers who took part in our poll were clear in their views on how those who prey on children should be dealt with.
Dundonians are said to spend tens of millions of pounds on fixed odds betting terminals every year. So following today’s announcement that the maximum stake on these machines will now be £2, instead of £100, we want to know if you think it’s a good idea. Let us know your views in our poll below.
A number of criminals who have committed sex crimes involving children have been allowed to walk free from court in Dundee in recent months.
A Dundee University student is researching whether the Waterfront regeneration project is likely to succeed in its aim of improving the fortunes of people across the city.
Protect education, waste management and social care — but do not raise our council tax.
The Tele is asking you what you think of your own child’s education.
Dundee City Council has appealed for Tele readers to give their views as it tries to make £20 million worth of cuts from its budget next year
Dundee City Council has appealed for Tele readers to give their views after announcing it is trying to cut £20 million from its budget next year.