1. Deal of the day: a mini break at AA rosette awarded hotel

    Enjoy a regal experience with today’s Itison deal for a one-night stay for two with breakfast for just £89, a two-night stay for £119 or a three-night stay for £169 at The Royal Hotel in Comrie.

    Royal Hotel, Comrie getaway

    Royal Hotel, Comrie getaway

    via ITISON
  2. Alex Salmond: 'I think we would win if there was another referendum'

    Alex Salmond believes he will get a second chance to hold an independence referendum and next time he thinks he will win.

    An English vote to take the UK out of the European Union if Scots vote to stay could be the "tipping point" that brings about another poll, he told The Times.

    Salmond believes he will get 'second chance' at independence

    Salmond believes he will get 'second chance' at independence

    via STV
  3. The Courier: 'Tayside a hot bed of dog attacks'

    Today's edition of The Courier leads with the story that Tayside is "hotbed for dangerous dog attacks" despite warnings that "unlicensed breeding is spiraling out of control".

    The report says 1300 animal attacks have been reported in the last three years.

    And Courier front page for Dundee edition on Saturday #scotpapers http://t.co/DJZSXnEbiG

    Ross MacCallum

    @C_RMacCallum
    via Twitter
  4. 'We want everyone to come down for a massive Dundee selfie'

    Come one, come all, to the Caird Hall steps at 12pm today. Humans of Dundee want to gather the city's people together for one massive photo.

    Co-founder of the localised photo project phenomenon, Tammy Shaw, says: "We want everyone to get involved: kids, dogs, guitars, bands, the budgie too if you want. I hope to see City Square filled with people full of Christmas spirit."

  5. Fat Goth gig was 'perfect show to end 2014'

    Dundee's rising rockers, Fat Goth, hailed last night's Buskers gig as the perfect way to end what has been a great year for the band.

    If you still want to hear more from them before you ring in the new year, we hear Vic Galloway will be playing his session with them on Monday night.

    THANKS DUNDEE! Perfect show to end 2014. Mind tune in to @VicGalloway on @BBCRadioScot this Monday!! #session #suave http://t.co/MwYOuroN6u

    Fat Goth

    @fatgoth
    via Twitter
  6. Dry spells, sunny spells, highs of 5C

    As far as December weather goes, today's forecast isn't looking too shabby. It's expected to stay dry and bright for most of the day, with temperatures reaching highs of 5C. Not a bad weekend for last-minute Christmas shopping at all.

    via STV
  7. Candlelit carol service raises £1700 for Dundee Foodbank

    Good morning, we're here for the last weekend before Christmas.

    People sang for others' supper at the annual Carols By Candlelight service.

    [Read more]

  8. 'This is a fantastic opportunity for students of different levels and disciplines'

    Digital games company Terrier Studios has set up shop in Dundee and Angus College employing eight students before they've finished their studies.

    Digital gaming students bag dream jobs while still at college

    Digital gaming students bag dream jobs while still at college

    via STV
  9. STV News at Six: Pub closing at next three senior football matches

    Management at a Dundee pub fear their business may be ruined after they were ordered to shut when the next three senior football matches are played in the city.

    via STV
  10. Edwyn Collins to take part in special DCA screening

    Make sure you get the chance to see The Possibilities are Endless on January 3 with the music star there in person.

    The Possibilities Are Endless - Dundee Contemporary Arts

    The Possibilities Are Endless - Dundee Contemporary Arts

    via DCA
  11. New bus fare information for National Express passengers

    The company have written on Facebook: "Please note that with effect from Sunday 4th January 2015 the undernoted fares will come into effect.

    "The new fares reflect rising business costs and will support further investment into the Dundee bus network during 2015."

    via
  12. Woman who embezzled firm she worked for avoids jail

    The Courier reports that instead, the woman will have to pay £5,000 back to the company.

    Woman who embezzled £28,000 from firm told to make £5,000 repayment

    Woman who embezzled £28,000 from firm told to make £5,000 repayment

    via THECOURIER
  13. Dundee's Craig Wighton moves on loan to Brechin City

    The 17-year-old was recently labelled by STV Sport as one player to watch next year - and he'll be kicking off 2015 at Glebe Park.

    Fifteen for '15: Meet Dundee's youngest ever scorer Craig Wighton

    Fifteen for '15: Meet Dundee's youngest ever scorer Craig Wighton

    via STV
  14. Here's the man who will be putting the pizza pie into Dundee Project

    Project Pie have written on Facebook: "Here's Aidan, one of our new team at Project Pie Dundee, getting stuck into Pizza making during his training in San Diego."

    via
  15. 'Financial challenges remain' for Scots police force, says report

    HM Inspector of Constabulary Derek Penman said Police Scotland must focus on sustainability, engagement with local communities and scrutiny in his annual report.

    'Financial challenges remain' for Scots police force, says report

    'Financial challenges remain' for Scots police force, says report

    via STV
  16. Tuck into a great meal in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £15 instead of up to £33 for two 6oz Tonic burgers with fries and a cocktail each at Tonic in the West End, Dundee. That's a saving of 55%.

    Burgers & Cocktails @ Tonic

    Burgers & Cocktails @ Tonic

    via ITISON
  17. Relive an 80s classic at the DCA tonight

    Trading Places, starring Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy is a classic comedy and an immortal spin on The Prince and the Pauper.

    It screens tonight at 8.15pm.

    Trading Places - Dundee Contemporary Arts

    Trading Places - Dundee Contemporary Arts

    via DCA
  18. Remember and tune in to STV News at 6pm to find out more

    Traditionally this is Black Friday - the last Friday before Christmas with plenty of work parties taking place tonight.

    Superintendent Irvine, Tayside Division interviewed by STV - Going out tonight? Have a great time,but be responsible! http://t.co/RE1SEWlEhq

    TaysidePolice

    @TaysidePolice
    via Twitter
  19. Legendary Oscar nominated documentary from 1951 comes back to life to retell the triumph

    Kon-Tiki illustrates the true story of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdal and his journey across the Pacific on a raft to prove that South Americans were the first to settle in Polynesia.

    via STV
  20. QTS League Cup semi-final tickets on sale tomorrow

    This one is for United fans - with the QTS earlier today announced as the Scottish League Cup's sponsor.

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    archive

    via DUFC
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