Calls have been made for Dundee City Council to double down on efforts to fill vacant units at the Waterfront after a seemingly surefire retail deal fell through.
V&A Dundee has become an accredited Living Wage employer, announced today as part of Living Wage Week, which runs from November 11-15.
The future of one of the Overgate’s most prominent stores is still unclear weeks after Sports Direct announced it was to open a new shop in Dundee.
Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce (DACC) has teamed up with Scottish airline Loganair to sponsor one of the Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail statues in Wullie’s home city.
The council has unveiled plans to boost Technology Park by allowing a wider range of businesses to use the site.
A popular Dundee restaurant has reopened its doors.
Brexit: Dundee chiefs prepare for martial law, empty shelves, no fuel and food rationing if there is no deal
Dundee chiefs are preparing for the prospect of martial law, empty supermarket shelves, no fuel and food rationing in a “worst case scenario” no-deal Brexit.
Plans have been tabled to convert a derelict city centre “eyesore” site into shops and housing.
This time last year, the Dundee Partnership unveiled its plan for making the city a better place to live and work across the next decade.
Dundee’s food and drink industry grew by £43 million in the space of just one year, as the revitalised city satisfied the appetites of hungry investors.
Dens Park could be set for a historic name change ahead of next season’s kick-off.
The Overgate shopping centre is potentially just a unit away from maximum capacity – with a raft of new tenants due to arrive.
Reform Street is soon to be home to a new eatery following the approval of another planning application.
A group representing local businesses across Dundee and Angus has succeeded in its efforts to gain a prestigious industry recognised accreditation.
The wait is over for a brave group of business entrepreneurs.
Unemployment in Dundee has fallen — with Job Centre staff claiming things are “on the up” in the city.
The number of Dundonians claiming unemployment benefit has dropped by 44% in the last five years.
Dundee business chiefs have insisted the axing of 252 call centre jobs was not a reflection of the city’s economy.
Entrepreneurs are being offered the use of office space for three months — completely free.
More than half of Dundee’s largest employers have made a commitment to turn around the city’s youth unemployment figures.