Dundee's leisure and arts body has unveiled several price rises for its services this year following a cut to its budget.
Aberdeen City Council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
The Liberal Democrats in Dundee say slashing spending on office furniture, travel allowances and consultancy fees could help prevent proposed cuts to public services.
Trade union bosses in Dundee have declared they will fight any threat to council jobs with “everything it takes”.
John Alexander has admitted cost-cutting to the tune of £18 million will be required to balance the books at Dundee City Council.
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Angus Council plans to cut its workforce by up to 800 staff in the next three years.
The most vulnerable people in Fife will be hit by efforts to plug a £23.2 million health and social care black hole, it has been claimed.
Angus Council chiefs are about to share a £32,000 salary boost as the council prunes £108k from its upper-echelon budget.
Dundee’s Labour and Lib Dem groups plan to put forward alternative budgets.
Increasing the cost of uplifting bulky items could lead to a surge in fly-tipping, an environmental campaigner has warned.
Next Thursday, Dundee City Council will meet to decide how it intends to save more than £12 million from its spending next year.
Parking charges could rise, burial costs may go up and the price of special waste collections is set to increase as Dundee City Council bids to slash its spending by a staggering £12 million.
Dundee City Council has written off £12.8 million of debt in just three years, the Tele can reveal.
Dundee City Council should cut back on major projects and staffing to make £12.5 million in savings — while protecting education and social care.
With Dundee City Council having to make another £12.5 million worth of savings in 2017/18, we want to hear your views on where that cash should be found. Where do you want the money cut from and which areas should be protected?
Spending on public services in Dundee is set to be cut by £12.5 million next year, the Tele can reveal.
The city council is set for a budget overspend of more than half-a-million pounds — with one department nearly £2.5m in the red — a new report has revealed.