When Olly Murs auditioned for the sixth series of The X Factor back in 2009, performing Stevie Wonder’s Superstition, Simon Cowell said it was “the easiest yes I’ve ever given”.
At one minute past midnight on October 21 1956, Dundee’s last tram made its final journey, drawing a chapter of Dundee’s transport history to an emotional end .
Last year, thousands of youngsters took part in our fun and heartwarming Draw Your Dad project.
Sweaty palms? Trembling hands? Stumbling over your words? If you’ve ever experienced these symptoms while delivering a speech or addressing a group, you’re far from alone. Public speaking can be terrifying and yet it’s a vital skill to master and can stand you in good stead time after time.
Sandy Hope is just coming to the end of two amazing years as V&A Dundee’s first schools development officer and has experienced everything from touring exhibitions to a large-scale design jam.
A spectacular and distinctive property in a sought-after area of Dundee has come on the market at a cool offers over £675,000.
It would be an exaggeration to say you couldn’t hear a (hat) pin drop but the creativity was palpable in the Vision Building yesterday as almost 50 primary school pupils got together for a design jam.
At first glance it’s hard to see what an inflatable igloo and a giant tea party have to do with Dundee Carers Centre but, in fact, it’s all part of an exciting campaign to raise awareness about caring in the city ahead of Dundee Carers Week, June 6-12.
Other Dundee landmarks have come and gone, but this soaring spire has pierced the city skyline since the mid-19th Century. Caroline Lindsay praises the gothic perfection of St Paul’s Cathedral, and looks at its place in the modern world.
Sistema Scotland is a charity on a mission – and it’s coming to Dundee this autumn. Named after the Venezuelan El Sistema orchestra movement, the pioneering charity’s vision is to transform young lives through music.