Dundee’s convener of city development has insisted the council is working with partners to combat prostitution.
Visitors to Dundee city centre are being promised an experience like no other when a giant inflatable sculpture takes over City Square later this month.
Community disposals for those convicted of less serious crimes are helping them integrate into their communities and reducing reoffending rates, local justice chiefs have claimed.
Council officers involved with implementing low emission zones (LEZ) in Dundee are testing which vehicles could be banned from city streets.
A bank which is set to reduce opening hours at branches in Dundee and other parts of Tayside has given reassurances that the affected banks will not be closed in the near future.
Support workers have raised concerns about an “unbelievable” rise in the number of sexual crimes that have gone unsolved.
Plans to replace the famous Lochee clock have been put in place by city councillors.
Questions have been raised about the effectiveness of pedestrian areas in Dundee city centre – amid claims police are failing to enforce restrictions on motorists.
Dundee City Council chiefs are waging war on thugs and thieves.
A Lochee councillor has praised local police following an attempted break-in at a supermarket.
Two men have been detained after a police pursuit near a Dundee supermarket.
A war of words has erupted between a senior city councillor and a Lochee community group over a cartoon.
Dundee City Council has defended its plans to introduce frozen meals into schools.
Land earmarked for a new stadium for Dundee FC has become a dumping ground for fly-tippers.
New figures have revealed fewer community payback orders (CPOs) are being given to offenders in Dundee – but the measures are more effective than ever.
Dundee City Council wants to see tougher controls put in place to regulate the sale of dogs online.
Work has finally started on Dundee’s newest community facility.
A Broughty Ferry councillor was challenged to visit Lochee and speak to residents living in poverty after he defended the UK Government’s benefit reforms.
Family Safety Week — the national campaign of safety charity RoSPA — is this year being launched in Dundee in a bid to raise awareness of the dangers faced by under-fives in their own homes.
Dundee City Council Trading Standards officers have swooped on a number of corner shops and confiscated potentially dangerous counterfeit cigarettes.