Dundee City Council has vowed to “work hard” at improving its performance after analysis of national data showed it is lagging behind other Scottish authorities.
Dundee residents are being warned about a council tax scam that is doing the rounds.
Dundonians are being warned about a council tax scam that has hit the city.
A 3% rise to council tax will see residents pay the following:
Dundee residents will be asked to fork out £35 a year to have their brown bins emptied.
Councillors are preparing for another year of big decisions in 2019 – with the council expected to have to find savings of up to £18 million when it sets its budget set next month.
Council tax bills for Dundee residents are to rise after the local authority's budget was agreed yesterday.
Council tax is set to rise in Dundee by 3% in order for the local authority to balance their books for the coming financial year.
Specialist investigators have identified hundreds of thousands of pounds being claimed through fraud in Dundee, it has been revealed.
Dundee City Council has been forced to take action against thousands of residents who have not paid their council tax in the past couple of years.
A pensioner fraudulently claimed housing and council tax benefit amounting to £6,500.
Dundonians have the worst record in Scotland for paying their council tax.
Perth and Kinross Council is to give council tax relief to some owners of long-term empty dwellings.
Trading Standards chiefs in Dundee have warned people to be on their guard against a fraudulent council tax refund email.
Dundee residents will pay up to £618 more per year under new council tax bands agreed at Thursday night’s meeting.
A council finance chief says he can’t “wish away” increases in costs for services in Dundee as he prepares for a raft of price rises.
Dundee households could see their council tax bills rise by 2.5% next year, it was revealed today.
A Fife woman has launched a bid to make council tax payments over 12 months a mandatory option for taxpayers — rather than the 10-month arrangement many local authorities have.
More than 11,500 households in Dundee will have to shoulder council tax hikes regardless of whether local authorities increase the levy.
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?