Forty Taysiders and their loved ones enjoyed a speak peek of the V&A a day before the museum opened to the public after winning early-bird tickets in The Courier's prize draw.
Thousands of hardy souls slept under the open sky in Tayside's freezing winter conditions to raise money for homeless people across Scotland.
A Dundee stroke survivor who lost his speech has told how he made a miraculous recovery and went on to become a table tennis champion aged 71.
Cuts to beds and staff at a Dundee respite centre for severely disabled children are to be reversed following crunch talks between parents and MSPs.
Thousands of revellers enjoyed a nostalgia-filled evening in the sunshine as bands Steps and Blue played at Dundee’s Slessor Gardens last night.
V&A Dundee has been welcomed to the city in spectacular fashion.
When you share your life and home with a sports journalist, as I do, it's inevitable to be subjected to a lot of football talk.
The success of Maggie's Penguin Parade has highlighted how sculpture can bolster civic pride, a Dundee University academic has said.
Best-selling author Val McDermid has lent her name to a prize recognising the top student on a Dundee University course for aspiring crime writers.
Thousands of avid gardeners, food and drink lovers and music aficionados flocked to Dundee’s Flower and Food Festival over the weekend.