Unemployment in Dundee remains above the national average as the city continues to deal with uncertainty over Brexit and the future of some employers in the area.
A sheriff continued the case of a man accused of falsely claiming benefits worth more than £110,000.
Women in Dundee are being forced into prostitution to feed their children and heat their homes because of the “hoops and barriers” of applying for benefits.
Nearly half of claimants hit by the benefits freeze cannot afford essentials such as rent, bills and food, new data has revealed.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits has fallen for a third consecutive month according to the latest official figures.
An online tool has revealed about 4% of rented properties in Dundee stigmatise against those on benefits.
A benefits cheat raked in more than £15,000 while holding down a full-time job as a cleaner.
Lorna Scahill, of Station Road, Longforgan, is to stand trial accused of claiming more than £32,000 of benefits that she wasn’t entitled to.
HMRC staff in Dundee at risk of being made redundant when Sidlaw House closes will be offered new jobs at the city’s Social Security Scotland office.
A man is to stand trial accused of fraudulently claiming more than £33,000 in disability benefits over nearly six years.
A woman has been accused of claiming almost £10,000 of benefits that she wasn’t entitled to.
The number of people in Dundee who claim work–related benefits is starting to stabilise following the rollout of Universal Credit (UC).
An estimated £1 million of benefits owed to Dundee residents has been clawed back this year thanks to a team of financial advisers.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is the UK Government body responsible for administering Universal Credit (UC).
A benefits fraudster wept in the dock as she was told she was being spared jail after falsely claiming more than £12,000.
A woman who falsely claimed disability benefits and employment support allowance totalling almost £26,000 has avoided a jail sentence.
A woman who claimed disability benefits and employment support allowance totalling almost £26,000 while she had a full-time job had sentence deferred.
More than £10m worth of benefits has been claimed for impoverished residents by Dundee City Council in the past year.
A woman who scammed more than £26,000 in benefits after lying that she was a single parent has been spared a period of imprisonment.
A man was today facing jail after he admitted lying about a claim to be "severely" disabled to scam almost £10,000 in benefits.