Dundee council has unveiled a shake-up of parking charges across the city – with hikes in fees for many.
Dundee City Council has revealed more than £8 million worth of cuts from its 2019-20 budget – and plans to hike a series of costs including car parking.
Dundee’s housing stock is set to be boosted by more than 200 properties.
A singing superstar has revealed why he came to Dundee to perform a secret gig.
The news that McGill & Co Ltd has gone into administration will come as a surprise to many given its most recent company accounts.
A series of changes to bus services and fares across Dundee have come into force.
A trial period for a tourist-friendly bus launched after the opening of the V&A has been extended – despite claims of low passenger numbers.
Major plans for a multi-million-pound retail development in Angus have been lodged with council planning officials.
Almost half of sex offenders being monitored by the authorities in Tayside have been convicted of crimes on the internet – and the numbers are rising.
Councillors are preparing for another year of big decisions in 2019 – with the council expected to have to find savings of up to £18 million when it sets its budget set next month.
A MAJOR police investigation is under way after a man died following a disturbance in Dundee city centre.
Tayside's emergency fire and ambulance crews have spent nearly a fortnight responding to hoax calls over the past four years, the Tele can reveal.
TWO people have suffered "serious but not life-threatening injuries" after they were hit by a bus in Dundee city centre.
A man has been arrested after an incident involving armed police at a block of flats in Dundee.
A MOTORCYCLIST has been hospitalised with “serious” injuries after a collision with a car in Dundee.
POLICE say there is no risk to the wider public as armed officers work to bring an incident in Dundee to a "safe conclusion".
Armed police have surrounded a block of flats in Dundee after reports a man with a sword threatened a council worker.
Teachers are choosing to move into new careers due to the levels of stress they are facing in Dundee’s schools, it has been claimed.
Group warns rise in number of children given antidepressants may show ‘prescription pad’ is too easy an option
An organisation which represents children’s care providers says it is “alarmed” by a rise in youngsters being given antidepressants.
Transport officials in Tayside have backed UK Government proposals to prosecute cyclists who injure or kill other road users.