Council leader John Alexander has said he is "personally committed" to delivering a first-of-its-kind global culture festival in Dundee after receiving endorsements from around the world.
Volunteers help clean up rubbish around the coastline of the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. Swimmers, jet skis and small boats all helped to reach bays at the bottom of steep cliffs close to the Unesco World Heritage Site. It was the National Trust's third litter pick at sea in the area which is teeming with wildlife from pods of dolphins to breeding seabirds, porpoises and even the occasional orca.
As Courier publisher DC Thomson reignites its proud maritime history by offering a unique cruise for 2020 on the CMV Magellan from Dundee, Caroline Lindsay recalls her own trip on the ship.
The Wailers have welcomed the inclusion of Reggae music by Unesco as part of the world’s cultural heritage, hailing the style as an art of love and a “champion of the people”.
Reggae music has been inscribed on the prized intangible cultural heritage list of the UN’s cultural agency.
Leisure and culture facilities in Dundee have enjoyed one of their busiest ever years, figures have shown.
Dozens of delegates from fellow Unesco Cities of Design across the world were given a tour of Dundee's new £80 million V&A museum.
More than 30 delegates from fellow Unesco cities of design are set to in Dundee to delve into the history of the city.
An international delegation of design cities will descend on Dundee next month to discover the story behind the new V&A museum and Waterfront regeneration.
Fresh details have been revealed of an ambitious plan to put Dundee at the centre of a first-of-its-kind global culture festival.