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  1. Mum loses battle with cancer after nursing son through disease

    The Courier reports that Hayley Cameron died on Saturday after battling throat cancer, having seen her son make a full recovery of Hodgkin lymphoma.

    Young mum who nursed son through cancer loses her own battle with disease http://t.co/75unaXxNzc

    The Courier

    @thecourieruk
    via Twitter
  2. Fat Goth ready to rock the front room tomorrow night

    The popular band is gearing up for the OxJam evening of gigs in living rooms around the city. And they look excited.

    Flat Goth? Tomorrow night in Dundee, contact us for details... @OxjamFestival @dundeejam #housegigs http://t.co/60P0MTAUG4

    Fat Goth

    @fatgoth
    via Twitter
  3. Dig out your pencils and get creative

    The DCA is hosting a super event this Saturday. Head along for 11am to take part in the Creating Comics workshop.

    Workshop: Creating Comics Workshop - Dundee Contemporary Arts

    Workshop: Creating Comics Workshop - Dundee Contemporary Arts

    via DCA
  4. Bus company staff praised for helping ill woman

    The Evening Telegraph reports Stagecoach staff helped a woman who collapsed on one of their vehicles in Tayside.

    Stagecoach staff praised after woman takes ill on Tayside bus http://t.co/7iVnSmKvfI

    Evening Telegraph

    @Evening_Tele
    via Twitter
  5. Popular James Isaacs is returning to Dundee

    The Canadian defenseman is coming back to the Stars for the remainder of the 2014/15 Elite League season.

    Head coach Jeff Hutchins said: I'm happy he has agreed to come back, he knows what I expect from him and I am sure that I can rely on him to play the way I want our team to play."

    Welcome back @jisaacs5 http://t.co/HGT4ojp0Ha

    Dundee Stars

    @DundeeStars
    via Twitter
  6. Get your hands on advance wrestling tickets

    The SWE is returning to the Ardler Complex this Saturday. And there's still time to grab a seat, before it's swung by the grapplers.

    Only 2 day left to get advanced tickets hurry hurry hurry http://t.co/2X4mjko5P7 @STVDundee @midundee @DundeeBuzz RT http://t.co/2JUhe80BBf

    SWEonline

    @SWE_online
    via Twitter
  7. Cloud will be broken up... by rain

    While the monotony of cloud might be broken today, it's going to be with rain. Keep your brollies handy for later this afternoon.

    via STV
  8. Gaelic could be a major part of all aspects of Dundee life

    The Evening Telegraph reports the council has outlined Gaelic plans for signs, websites and forms despite only 0.33% in the city speaking language.

    Council outlines Gaelic plans despite only 0.33% in Dundee speaking language http://t.co/mNduHNcZr9

    Evening Telegraph

    @Evening_Tele
    via Twitter
  9. Dundee Today: The Gamblers, Dundee International Book Prize and Mark Watson

    Top flight theatre, laughs and honouring literary talent happening across the city this Thursday.

  10. #STVspark: Join us for a night of digital brilliance, craft ale and music

    Some of Scotland's brightest stars in the digital and creative worlds are aligning for a night of celebration. You're invited to join them on Saturday to hear their pitches for the £1000 prize.

  11. Watch the STV News at Six again with Andrea Brymer

    A four year old Angus girl who was feared dead after a swimming pool accident in Spain will mark the next stage of her recovery by going back to nursery.

    via STV
  12. Pensioner's hopes of life-changing leg operation dashed

    Doctors have recommended he undergo treatment in Dundee based on compression techniques.

    Pensioner with deformed swollen leg has operation hopes dashed

    Pensioner with deformed swollen leg has operation hopes dashed

    via STV
  13. Abertay lecturer to discuss gender issues and asylum laws

    Dr Monish Bhatia will be at the Cairn Centre on Thursday November 6 - find out more details in the poster in the tweet.

    Come along to out event on #Asylum in #Dundee. @DrMonishBhatia will be speaking! Please register your attendance :) http://t.co/7vQvjU1nQ9

    I Speak for Myself

    @Ispeakforme2014
    via Twitter
  14. New WW1 commemorative bench at Carmyllie War Memorial

    The new bench has been unveiled by Angus Council after the memorial 'recently won the annual Royal British Legion best kept war memorial competition'.

    via
  15. We're looking forward to finding out more about this one

    The literary festival has only just begun but already we're looking ahead to the next big event in the city - which is going to look back with some vintage flavours.

    Excited about the first of our monthly Vintage Sound Showcases! Sunday November 24rd at Le Monde ! Stunning line up! @STVDundee

    VintageSoundScotland

    @VintageSoundSco
    via Twitter
  16. Players’ union chairman John Rankin makes player bonus plea

    PFA Scotland chief executive Fraser Wishart backed the calls of the Dundee United player and said he would like to see bonus schedules formalised.

    PFA Scotland chief backs call for league rule over bonus payments

    PFA Scotland chief backs call for league rule over bonus payments

    via STV
  17. Festival tonight: Joseph Lee, Poems from the Great War

    Head to the Bonar Hall at 7.30pm tonight - it is a free but ticketed event, and you can book tickets via the Dundee Literary website.

    'Scotland's forgotten poet' immortalised in new book

    'Scotland's forgotten poet' immortalised in new book

    via STV
  18. There's a couple of SPFL fixture changes for television

    Dundee United's games against Ross County and Celtic have been moved as has the derby which will be televised on Thursday January 1 - and is the only Dundee match which has changed.

    #SPFL fixtures selected for live broadcast on @BTSportSPFL & @SkySports over the festive period are as follows... http://t.co/w629K4Q5nN

    SPFL

    @spfl
    via Twitter
  19. Get some fish and chips in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £10 instead of £22 for two haddock suppers served with all the trimmings to sit in at The Tailend Restaurant and Fish Bar in the heart of St Andrews. That's the saving of 55%.

    Tailend Fish & Chips, St Andrews

    Tailend Fish & Chips, St Andrews

    via ITISON
  20. United Fruit will have you united in song tonight

    The Glasgow rockers have a wall to wall sound, and will show you what they're made of at Redd Suites tonight.

    Doors are at 7pm, tickets are £3.

    via
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