Dundee City Council has revealed more than £8 million worth of cuts from its 2019-20 budget – and plans to hike a series of costs including car parking.
Dundee City Council could be forced to cut back services and save up to £127 million over the next three years under contingency plans drawn up by finance chiefs.
If you were in charge of the council budget, how would you balance the books and keep everyone happy?
UK Music has called on Chancellor Philip Hammond to order an “urgent review” into music education in state schools.
Angus Council has performed a U-turn on a move to cut pavement gritting in the region’s rural villages.
Community libraries across the city could be forced to close two days a week as Leisure and Culture Dundee looks to save hundreds of thousands of pounds from its budget.
Fewer staff are having to do more work after the city’s street cleaning budget was slashed by a quarter in just four years, it has been claimed.
Community leaders in Dundee have said they are “very disappointed” that there is no council funding to replace a pavilion gutted by fire last summer.
Union leaders have pledged not to take Dundee City’s Council’s new budget lying down.
Council tax bills for Dundee residents are to rise after the local authority's budget was agreed yesterday.
Opposition parties have revealed their alternative budget proposals including plans to tackle poverty.
Parking charges, burial costs and the price of special waste collections are all set to rise yet again as the city council aims to balance its books.
Increases in charges will affect families in all walks of life across the city.
Dundonians face a hike in council tax bills and car parking charges as the city council bids to slash £15 million from its budget, city chiefs have revealed.
Dundee City Council will receive an extra £4.4 million from the Scottish Government to fund public services and give pay rises to local authority workers.
Sir Kenneth Branagh has said proper public funding of the arts is critical.
A “last-ditch attempt” has been made to persuade the Scottish Government to give Dundee more money to provide crucial services for its residents.
Dundee trade unionists are set to demonstrate outside the City Chambers next month amid fears about job cuts.
A delegation from Dundee travelled to Holyrood to protest outside the Scottish Parliament during the budget speech.
Holyrood's Finance Secretary has insisted most Scots will pay less income tax next year, despite increasing charges for higher earners.