Residents are set to have their say on where Dundee City Council should make cutbacks as the authority aims to save £17.3 million next year.
The Tele’s successful campaign to Axe The Shower Tax in Dundee has been praised by MSPs with a motion at the Scottish Parliament.
Outraged Mill o’ Mains residents have accused the council of performing a U-turn on plans for a temporary community centre.
About £600 is being spent on patching up potholes across Dundee every single day, new figures show.
Dundee City Council reported to Transport Scotland amid concerns Blether Bus ‘denies access to the disabled’
Dundee City Council has been reported to Transport Scotland amid concerns its alternative to a doomed bus service is not accessible.
A consultation on a much-maligned replacement bus service is being under-advertised, residents have claimed, leading to fears that it won’t properly serve the local area.
A West End pensioner who led a bid to save a city bus has challenged the councillors who scrapped it to ride it themselves to understand the consequences of their decision.
Dundee City Council could have saved a “lifeline” bus service which councillors chose to scrap, its own accounts suggest.
Residents set to lose a “lifeline” bus service have slammed the alternative offered by the council.
The leader of Dundee City Council has been slammed by opposition members after hitting out at the state of the streets, despite presiding over cuts to cleaning and maintenance jobs.
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.