Dundee City Council is almost 30 parking attendants short of being able to effectively police the roads outside its schools, a Holyrood committee has heard.
Mental health services for kids and young adults in Tayside and beyond have been criticised over their failure to see children within target times.
Voters considering making the move from No to Yes have “no reason” to support the status quo, according to the SNP leader of Dundee City Council.
The senior NHS boss at the centre of inappropriate conduct claims has remained silent after allegations he had sex in his office surfaced on Wednesday.
NHS Tayside has paid more than £120,000 over two years to staff who have been injured at work.
The growing fallout from the collapse of McGill has impacted the construction of a major building at Dundee’s Central Waterfront.
A local MSP has lamented the “very troubling” rise in people being readmitted to hospital on mental health grounds within weeks of being discharged.
Council chiefs have been told to justify “alarming” payments of more than £320,000 to suspended staff over the past two years.
Dundee has a higher rate of vacancies in the care sector than the national average – with nearly half of all city services short of “vital” staff.
Dundee City Council has had to spend more than £1 million to repair vandalised property in the last six years.
Some heart patients are waiting up to a year to be seen by specialists in Tayside, latest figures have shown.
Thousands of people in Tayside were referred to mental health services but not then seen by a professional.
Two Dundee-based MSPs have racked up more than a quarter of the total spend by Holyrood politicians on taxpayer-funded hotel dining in Edinburgh.
The number of new apprentices in Dundee has fallen over the last year, according to new figures.
More than 100 buildings and spaces in public ownership have been sold in Dundee in four years, earning the city council close to £10 million.
Cases of deliberate fire-raising in Tayside and Fife have increased by almost 20% in the past three years.
Lives are being put at risk due to rocketing waiting times for mental health patients in Tayside, it has been claimed.
Children in care in Dundee are being failed by the council’s education system, it has claimed.
Fears have been raised that a reduction in dermatology beds in Tayside could affect patients with complex skin conditions.
Taysiders “may decide not to bother” seeking mental health treatment due to rocketing waiting times, a Dundee MSP has warned.