Council bosses have put the brakes on a controversial new £60-a-year residents’ parking permit scheme
A councillor says Dundee’s night-time economy won’t suffer because of changes to multi-storey parking.
A West End councillor says he has been inundated with questions from confused residents over proposed new parking restrictions across three council wards.
Plans to charge motorists to stay in the city’s multi-storey car parks for an additional 19 hours a week could have a serious impact on the night-time economy, a councillor has warned.
Proposals to introduce new parking measures in three council wards surrounding the city centre have met with mixed views from residents.
Traffic at one of Dundee’s busiest roundabouts is set to be affected by two sets of consecutive roadworks in the next fortnight.
Safe as Houses: Dundee OAP George feeling safe again after council kits out home with security devices
It can be a difficult time trying to pick up the pieces after someone has broken into your home.
A terminally ill Dundee pensioner has voiced his disgust after thieves broke into his home and stole several precious possessions as well as medication.
A regeneration group has called on locals to turn out in force at a community meeting to discuss proposals for a new female custody unit.
Residents of a Dundee street have demanded an abandoned car that has lain outside their homes for more than two weeks be removed.
An experimental 20mph speed limit looks set to finally be implemented across a number of city streets next month, in a victory for Coldside residents.
Tributes have been paid to a “one-of-a-kind” former Dundee landlady.
A former Dundee City Council housing convener has lamented the dereliction of stairwells in a Blackness tenement during his time in the job.
Police descended on to two blocks of flats in Coldside during drug warrant operations carried out in the city.
Police are investigating after the body of a man was found at a flat in Dundee.
Plans have been lodged for a new £4.5 million housing development on a city industrial site.
Dundee politicians took to the streets today to grit icy surfaces as local folk struggled with the treacherous conditions.
Residents who are set to have a new custody unit located just yards from theirhomes won’t receive compensation — because prison chiefs “expect” they’ll get on board with the project, the Tele can reveal.
A second school is being eyed as a potential site for Dundee’s new women’s custody unit.
Proposals are being drawn up aimed at introducing a parking permit scheme in three city wards.