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.
This year marks a century since the horror of the First World War finally ended.
A new book celebrates the unique nature of the Dundee dialect.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As Dundee’s Menzieshill High School closes its doors for the last time, one proud former pupil looks back on its 45-year contribution to the life of the city.