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  1. Think you Know Sugar? Think again at the Wellgate

    The health gurus are at the Wellgate tomorrow to share some of their knowledge about hidden sugars, good and bad. So if you feel like you need to cut back on the sucrose this is one to check out. We'll have more on the event tomorrow.

    Until then we'll leave you with the positive news announced today that the V & A has received an additional £50,000 award from players of the Postcode Lottery.

    V&A Dundee awarded £50,000 from People's Postcode Lottery

    V&A Dundee awarded £50,000 from People's Postcode Lottery

    via STV
  2. ICYMI: Norman MacLeod with the latest headlines

    Police are warning of the dangers of swimming in open water after a teenager was rescued from the River Tay in Perthshire.

    via STV
  3. Another gold for Scotland in the 100m T12 final

    Libby Clegg and Mikail Huggins have claimed gold in the 100m T12 final taking Scotland's medal tally to 33, equalling Scotland's record best in Edinburgh 1986.

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  4. Youngest Commonwealth Games medallist 'spurred to victory by crowd'

    The youngest ever Commonwealth Games medallist has said she was spurred to victory by the roar of the home crowd.

    Youngest Commonwealth Games medallist 'spurred to victory by crowd'

    Youngest Commonwealth Games medallist 'spurred to victory by crowd'

    via STV
  5. If you think Hampden is busy now, wait until this guy is there

    Usain has arrived in the city, he's done the press conference and settled into the athlete's village. Now it's all about the hard work.

    First day of training in Glasgow, Scotland for the Commonwealth Games http://t.co/kwCRLn6Xej

    Usain St. Leo Bolt

    @usainbolt
    via Twitter
  6. Man arrested following a car crash in Broughty Ferry

    The Evening Telegraph are reporting on the news that a 32-year-old man has been arrested following a car crash near the Royal Tay Yacht Club in Broughty Ferry.

    Man, 32, arrested after Broughty Ferry crash: http://t.co/fVibhp5Xwy

    Evening Telegraph

    @Evening_Tele
    via Twitter
  7. INDYREF: Phil Collins factor won't see us leading Separate Lives

    Read Stephen Daisley's latest piece on the Independence Referendum.

    Indyref Daily: Phil Collins factor won't see us leading Separate Lives

    Indyref Daily: Phil Collins factor won't see us leading Separate Lives

    via STV
  8. Dine out for two in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £15 instead of up to £32 for lunch for two people at Port-na-Craig Restaurant With Rooms in Pitlochry, Perthshire; dine in the intimate conservatory or restaurant surrounded by idyllic countryside. That's a saving of up to 53%.

    Today's deal from itison

    Today's deal from itison

    via ITISON
  9. “I was just so happy. I did not expect it at all'

    13-year-old Erraid Davies who won bronze in the women’s 100 metre breastroke final yesterday has been chatting to STV about her triumph and the support of the Scottish crowd.

    She might live in Shetland now, but she's Dundee born and bred.

    Youngest Commonwealth Games medallist 'spurred to victory by crowd'

    Youngest Commonwealth Games medallist 'spurred to victory by crowd'

    via STV
  10. DCA have plenty for you to 'Continue without losing Consciousness'

    This Saturday the DCA have an all day free event to coincide with their 'Continue without losing consciousness' exhibition. There's music, dance, readings and plenty more to keep you entertained.

    Dundee Contemporary Arts

    Dundee Contemporary Arts

    via DCA
  11. Is this the strongest Team Scotland of all time?

    Following further success in the lawn bowls this afternoon Team Scotland have successfully overtaken their highest Commonwealth Games gold medal total in the history of the Games.

    Team Scotland reaches new gold medal record in Commonwealth Games

    Team Scotland reaches new gold medal record in Commonwealth Games

    via STV
  12. Exploring secrets of the graves in historic quarter

    Tomb stones are crumbling, railings lie broken or rusting and foliage protrudes from nigh every crevice and crack. Once a cultural treasure trove, like the bodies it houses, the 450 year old Howff cemetery has been allowed to decay. REPORT BY: Joe Birchenall

  13. Dance night at Gardyne was just Braziliiant

    Brand new showthat previewed here ahead of its world premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year gets thumbs up. REPORT BY: Joe Birchenall

  14. Did you 'C' this on your lunch break?

    A giant, two metre 'C' has been erected outside the Steeple church to raise awareness of Hepatitis C on World Hepatitis Day.

    Dundonians are being encouraged to check if they have blood borne virus which can cause serious liver damage as part of their ‘See it, Treat it, Beat it’ campaign.

    Find out more about the disease and where you can receive free testing at the NHS Tayside Facebook below.

    via
  15. Will the sun keep shining this week? Please say it will, Sean

    Catch up with Sean's latest weather forecast for Tayside for Monday, July 28.

    via STV
  16. Golden bowls: Scotland thrash Malaysia to win gold medal in bowls pair's final

    Alex Marshall and Paul Foster handed Scotland their first Commonwalth Games bowls gold in eight years as they hammered Malaysia 20-3 in the pair's final at Kelvingrove.

    Scotland thrash Malaysia to win gold medal in bowls pair's final

    Scotland thrash Malaysia to win gold medal in bowls pair's final

    via STV
  17. V&A Dundee awarded £50,000 from People's Postcode Lottery

    The planned development of the V&A Museum of Design has received an additional £50,000 award from players of the Postcode Lottery.

    Earlier this year, V&A Dundee secured £100,000 from players of the People’s Postcode Lottery for its community engagement programme. This latest award will enable the design museum to continue this work prior to the planned opening in 2017.

    via STV
  18. Dundee Wearable Art Awards Show

    Dundee Wearable Art aims to celebrate creative all kind of creative artists, including fine art, contemporary art, hand-craft, fashion, costume design, make-up, live performances, new technologies.

    Deadline for applications is September 8, 2014 at 11.55pm. For more information please click on the link below

    Dundee Wearable Art Awards Show

    Dundee Wearable Art Awards Show

    via CREATIVESCOTLAND
  19. Dine out for two in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £15 instead of up to £32 for lunch for two people at Port-na-Craig Restaurant With Rooms in Pitlochry, Perthshire; dine in the intimate conservatory or restaurant surrounded by idyllic countryside. That's a saving of up to 53%.

    Today's deal from itison

    Today's deal from itison

    via ITISON
  20. Take a moment To See Oursels

    It's a fairly momentous year for Scotland this year so Dundee Contemporary Arts has put together a fantastic collection of Scottish films looking at our history, culture and identity.

    Dundee Contemporary Arts

    Dundee Contemporary Arts

    via DCA
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