The government’s potential humiliation over primary one tests is just the latest setback for the SNP in its dismal handling of education over the past decade.
DESPITE the fact that I’ve been lucky enough to visit Bilbao in the Basque Country on four separate occasions, the sight of the Guggenheim Museum still takes my breath away.
It’s a question that many Dundonians have posed over the years – can we rebuild the Royal Arch. Finally, Dr Kieran Baxter has found a way to do just that – via 3D augmented reality.
If I promise that this will be my very last utterance on the subject of Brexit, will you please hang in there at least as far as the second paragraph?
Gather all the members of any family together in one house and there’s bound to be friction. Turn up the heat a notch or two and there may even be fireworks.
A serial rapist described by one of his victims as “a complete monster” is finally behind bars.
Next summer, the streets of Dundee will host a waddle of colourful, friendly penguins.
Theatre fans are in for a deliciously noir treat this month as The Maids takes to the stage at the Dundee Rep. After opening artistic director Andrew Panton’s first season with the gloriously black comedy August: Osage County, the company have taken an altogether darker turn with this twisted psychological thriller, about two murderous servants.
A widow has described the “nightmare” of discovering her husband had been in killed in a horrific collision with a van, near Limekilns.
A hero racing driver who lost both legs in a bomb blast has reached out to a talented teenager who has had his lower limbs amputated following a racing crash.