Dundee pensioners have vowed to continue their fight to force the city council to axe the shower tax.
TELE OPINION: At worst, Dundee’s shower tax is an entirely cynical, almost underhand, way to balance the books
It is, when all is said and done, a simple matter of fairness.
Since first writing about the shower “tax” last week we have been inundated with messages from concerned members of the public.
Scotland’s justice secretary has pledged to hold talks with a Dundee woman who was brutally battered by a convicted murderer on day release from jail.
Linda McDonald wants answers – and she wants the law changed to ensure that what happened to her cannot happen to anyone else.
A police campaign aimed at helping people who feel unsafe on a night out will be launched in Dundee next week.
‘I warned they would live to regret this’: Dundee MP who argued against Ninewells parking deal backs petition
A former Dundee MP has revealed he warned Tayside health chiefs 20 years ago that a controversial parking deal would come back to haunt them.
Thanks to a thoughtless decision taken 20 years ago, patients, staff and visitors at Tayside’s biggest hospital are forced to fork out every time they park at the facility.
A conference on how to tackle child sex abuse and help survivors will be held in Dundee later this year.
Scotland's new justice secretary has pledged to consider calls by the Tele to introduce mandatory jail sentences for those convicted of sex offences involving children.
A mother whose nine-year-old son was allegedly raped by an older school pupil has said she is “angry, shocked and disgusted” by a decision to take no further action by prosecutors.
They are the small affordable gadgets and devices which can prevent people falling victim to scammers.
Residents of a Dundee sheltered housing scheme have shared their experiences of fraudsters and thieves as part of the Tele’s Safe As Houses campaign.
A bereaved Dundee mum said she has been moved to tears at the end of a five-year campaign for major improvements in a “forgotten corner” of a cemetery.
People living in a Dundee street will have waited almost quarter of a century before repairs are carried out to their pavement.
The Tele’s Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign aims to encourage as many people as possible to learn life-saving skills — and with an app to help you do that, it’s easier than ever.
Less than half of people in Dundee who suffer a cardiac arrest outside of hospital will receive cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) .
Starting someone’s heart, dislodging food when a person is choking and stopping a fatal bleed.
Learn to be a Lifesaver: Luke, 31, saved a man who collapsed and believes you should know the ‘essential’ skills
A Dundee man has told of the moment he gave CPR to another person who had collapsed at a ceilidh.