Dundee City Council may webcast its meetings live - and we want to know whether you would be a viewer.
It’s time to hail the City of Discovery’s stand-out clubs as Leisure and Culture Dundee – and the Tele – need your help to decide 2018’s finest.
It’s overwhelming – Tele readers do NOT want to pay more council tax to help Dundee council save £18m
Tele readers have overwhemingly rejected an increase in their council tax to make local authority savings.
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.
Last week, a vision was revealed for a 39-storey skyscraper at Dundee Waterfront, which – if built – would become Scotland’s tallest building, including a five-star hotel, conference centre and apartments.
Dundee fans have given a clear message to the board regarding the future of manager Neil McCann.
The readers who took part in our poll were clear in their views on how those who prey on children should be dealt with.
A 10-year-old Perth boy is fishing for success.
They’ve been touted as the solution to Dundee’s fatal attraction to drugs.
A number of criminals who have committed sex crimes involving children have been allowed to walk free from court in Dundee in recent months.
This week's Tele (Tuesday April 10) had an interview with the chairman of Dundee’s new drugs commission.
With renewed calls for a Hogmanay party to be introduced in Dundee – particularly following the loss of Carnival Fifty Six – we want to know what appetite there is for such an event.
The Tele is asking folk if they believe parents should be banned from smacking children.
Dundee is facing a GP crisis with patients waiting months to register with surgeries facing a shortage of permanent doctors. With the full story is in today’s Tele we wanted to get the views of our readers for a follow-up article. Have your say in the form below.
The Tele is asking you what you think of your own child’s education.
Dundee City Council has appealed for Tele readers to give their views as it tries to make £20 million worth of cuts from its budget next year
After Scotland failed to qualify for next year's World Cup, there is speculation that Gordon Strachan may leave his post.
AS the SNP’s autumn conference draws to a close, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that the case for Scottish independence grows stronger by the day due to the “chaos” caused by Brexit.
Following the shock news that 31 people have died from drugs in just six months – with 17 of them having etizolam, once a legal high, in their systems – we wanted to find out your experiences with illicit substances in our biggest-ever drugs poll.
Community and business leaders insist the Murraygate can be rejuvenated despite the popular shopping area suffering another blow.