Mary-Jane (MJ) Duncan of Kitschnbake coffee shop in the Fife village of Newport created a show stopping cake in the shape of V&A Dundee.
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 .
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”.
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.
Last year, thousands of youngsters took part in our fun and heartwarming Draw Your Dad project.
As Brassica, a new social dining concept, is about to open in Dundee’s old city arcades, Caroline Lindsay finds out what’s different about it and what it will bring to the city’s new waterfront development.
This year marks a century since the horror of the First World War finally ended.
A spectacular and distinctive property in a sought-after area of Dundee has come on the market at a cool offers over £675,000.
As the unique design of V&A Dundee starts to take shape, Caroline Lindsay chats to Malcolm Boyd, construction manager at BAM, to find out what stage building work is at.
A peh’s a peh for all that, ispaishully in Dundeh, but we decided to give the folk of Dundee some more food for thought.