"Live News" ..... Photojournalism and newspaper articles of everyday news documented in and around Dundee, Scotland. Weather reports, Celebreties, music events and Royal visits to Dundee. The Waterfront Development Project such as the V&A Museum and much more. Dundee Photographics can capture these moments
Official engagements undertaken by members of the Royal Family. Princess Anne visits Dundee to commemorate sailors who lost their lives a hundred years ago during the First World War. The service took place at The Steeple Church along the Nethergate in Dundee, Scotland on July 10th 2017.
Dundee, Scotland. July 6th 2016. Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Philip today during their Royal visit to Dundee. On the Balcony of The Chambers of Commerce with Her Majesty The Queen and Prince Philip is Dundee`s Lord Provost Bob Duncan [far left] who is Her Majesty`s Lord Lieutenant of the City of Dundee and Right Lady Lord Provost [far right].
Dundee, Scotland, 23rd October 2015:Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit to Dundee. Prince William and Kate Middleton have made their first official visit to Dundee. The Royal couple visiting the Abertay University and the RRS Discovery Ship. They were met by the University Students outside the main Abertay University entrance and Dunblane School Children at Discovery Point in Dundee.
On March 7th 2016 Dundee unveiled a new statue of mischievous schoolboy Oor Wullie. The bronze work was commissioned to celebrate the 80th anniversary of his debut in The Sunday Post. Dundee’s comic character heritage is being celebrated with a new statue of Oor Wullie in the city centre. Beside him is his trusty bucket and behind him on the wall are bronze replicas of his trusty satchel containing his catapult and pet mouse Jeemy.
28th February, 2018. UK Weather. The Siberian Beast arrives over the north east of Scotland with heavy snow falls and blustery cold winds sweeping across Dundee. Freezing weather from Serbia known as "The Beast from the East" is set to cause travel disruption and school closures as Britain faces its coldest February in years