In 2018, V&A Dundee opened with over £19 million of National Lottery investment and world-wide media attention but over the last five months The National Lottery has been shining a light on some of the lesser-known projects across the Tayside region.
Nae Limits 60+ Association, supported by National Lottery funding, helps Mabel Robertson and dozens of others enjoy dancing, live music and companionship in later life.
Boxer Mike Towell’s trainer allegedly considered withdrawing him from his final fight due to health concerns, an inquiry into his death has heard.
Angus and Fife experienced a rise in fire incidents last year as part of a response that saw crews across Scotland deal with more than 91,000 call outs.
The young people of Dundee are being urged to organise their own “Wee Sleep Outs” – in a bid to end homelessness.
A major event aimed at helping eradicate homelessness is coming to Dundee – with people being asked to spend a cold, winter’s night in the city’s Slessor Gardens.
The project to create a Scottish motorsport centre at one of the nation’s iconic road trip locations has taken another important step forward.
Ask anyone to name their favourite teacher, and rarely will they be left wanting for an answer.
The grandfather of a Kinross boy who was diagnosed with cancer will cycle from Tyneside to Tayside to raise money for charity.
The Big Walk – an epic journey across the UK to bring communities together – is back for 2018, and a Dundee dad-of-three has been chosen to represent Scotland. Gayle Ritchie finds out more