Dundee Decides could inspire scores of Coldside residents to get involved in their community.
Knife and weapon crime has soared across Dundee in just a year, new figures show.
A former councillor has launched a last-ditch attempt to save a Dundee housing block from demolition.
The council’s depute provost has hailed the work of Dundee Decides in her ward.
Dundee Decides has “taken off” in Broughty Ferry — with more votes cast in the area than any other, according to a local councillor.
A Dundee school has moved to reassure parents after a former computer teacher admitted possessing indecent images of children.
A councillor wants Dundee City Council and its partners to launch a new initiative to tackle loneliness in the city.
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting the Dundee Decides programme. Dundee City Council has set aside £150,000 for each council ward for infrastructure work. Today, reporter Ciaran Shanks looks at Maryfield.
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting projects that could be brought to life as part of Dundee Decides. Dundee City Council has set aside £150,000 in every council ward, which is to be put towards infrastructure work. Today, reporter Ciaran Shanks looks at the projects available to residents in the North-East.
A forensic expert who helps identify human remains has spoken of her work after the case of a missing woman featured on a TV show.
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting projects that could be brought to life as part of Dundee Decides. The city council has set aside £150,000 in every council ward for infrastructure work. Today, reporter Ciaran Shanks look at the choices available in the Strathmartine area.
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The Evening Telegraph is highlighting projects that could be brought to life as part of Dundee Decides. Today, in the second of an eight-part series, reporter Ciaran Shanks look at the choices available to residents in the West End.
More than £1 million of council money is up for grabs — and where it’s spent is entirely up to you.
Plaques have been unveiled in two city pubs in memory of a Fintry man.
A councillor says Dundee’s night-time economy won’t suffer because of changes to multi-storey parking.
A carer has been accused of slapping one resident and shouting at others in a Tayside care home.
Lochee could be set for a new community festival this summer.
A crumbling Dundee jute mill could be knocked down to make way for housing — but only if its listed status is removed.
Soul fans are being invited to a special night of live music in Dundee to raise funds for a walking football club.