The arrangements for a by-election to replace the late councillor, Brian Gordon, have been announced by Dundee City Council.
Tributes have been paid following the sudden death of popular Labour councillor Brian Gordon aged 66.
Residents in Whitfield have raised fears about a rise in the number of attempted break-ins in the area, following a spate of incidents.
Urgent talks are to be held in the wake of attacks on buses in Dundee.
The latest addition to Dundee’s bike infrastructure has opened at the city’s railways station.
A former homeless shelter in Dundee has been sold but mystery still surrounds the identity of the new owner.
Dundee’s top cop has pledged to do everything she can to tackle gangs in Whitfield.
Residents want to know what is planned for a former homeless shelter after it was put up for sale.
The long-awaited temporary replacement for the fire-ravaged Mill o’ Mains pavilion will be ready for the start of the October school holidays.
Homeless charity bosses have said new worries over plans for social housing units on a Dundee estate are “unfounded”.
Almost 40 drivers a day were caught speeding on a stretch of the A90, new figures have revealed.
Dundee’s casualty rate dropped from 164 to 132 between 2017-18 and 2016-17.
Three people are seriously hurt or killed every week on Tayside’s roads, the Tele can reveal today.
A plea to halt street cleaning job cuts in Dundee has been rejected, despite a split among councillors on the issue.
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting projects that could be brought to life as part of Dundee Decides. Dundee City Council has set aside £150,000 in every council ward, which is to be put towards infrastructure work. Today, reporter Ciaran Shanks looks at the projects available to residents in the North-East.
Fire crews have had to deal with hundreds of deliberate wheelie bin fires across Dundee.
Dundee City Council has been forced to fork out £15,000 of public money to demolish a fire-hit community centre.
Residents in a newly regenerated area of Dundee are angry they have been left with work unfinished after the developers left.
A Dundee councillor hit out after being told the local authority had run out of money to buy street name signs.