V&A Dundee's incredible opening weekend drew in thousands of visitors to the city centre.
V&A Dundee has been praised by critics after being unveiled to the world's media for the first time.
The incredible array of art and design work on display at Dundee's V&A museum has been revealed as the world's media was welcomed for a first look inside the striking building.
The Courier's chief reporter in Dundee, Stefan Morkis, was one of the first journalists to be invited to view inside V&A Dundee. With photos by Kris Miller, this is his take on the building on which so many of the city's hopes are pinned.
A space boot developed from human sweat and Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty range are among the creations vying for a top design award.
This slick coffee table has been built from more than 10,000 Lego bricks and uses no screws or glue to hold it together.
Dundee will play host to a new festival of science, music, art and design this autumn as part of the city's continued regeneration.
It is a fact of life – like rain on holiday or a traffic jam on your way to work – that a trip to A&E usually involves hours of sitting around not knowing what is going on.
A Dundee games design collective has been chosen to represent the city at the London Design Biennale for the first time.
A learning suite in Dundee’s V&A has been named the Thomson Learning Centre, in recognition of the support DC Thomson has given the new museum.