The Dundee Messenger

The Dundee Messenger office in Albert Street has been closed following extensive damage caused by severe flooding in a property managed by Direct Lettings.

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The bucket trail everyone's talking about

A huge public art event currently capturing the public's imagination is the “Oor Wullie” bucket trail, a total of 55 individually decorated statues featuring the nations favourite son have been placed at various locations throughout the city.

Scode! (£1.99/500ml) from MòR Brewing in Dundee will feature in Aldi’s ninth in-store Beer Festival as part of the retailer’s celebration of the best up and coming beers from Scotland.

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Write Your Own Dundee News

Have you ever been involved in a news event or feel something unusual is happening in your housing scheme

Write Your Own Dundee News - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Rewind Scotland is like many festivals throughout the country, friendly camping, fantastic music and epic queues,

The Tubes, the San Francisco-based rock band whose 1975 debut album included the controversial rock anthem

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Scottish Gemstones: Elie Rubies

Elie Rubies are the name given to beautiful red wine coloured garnets which have been gathered for centuries

Scottish Gemstones: Elie Rubies - 3.3 out of 5 based on 3 votes
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Growing Tasty Tomatoes

You can't beat the taste of home grown tomatoes, the taste and texture are far better than the varieties you can buy in the supermarket, as an added bonus you can even grow them outside which removes the need for an expensive greenhouse.

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Garlic: A Popular Vegetable to grow

Garlic (Allium sativum) is one of the most popular vegetables to grow in the vegetable garden, garlic is widely used in the kitchen to flavour many of the classic dishes from around the world.

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Creating a vegetable garden

Creating a vegetable garden in the Dundee and Angus area is a simple enough task, with some of the most fertile soil in the world available at your fingertips, all it requires is a little time and effort and you could be enjoying fresh home grown vegetables all year round.

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