Camperdown Golf Course's fate is up for discussion tonight as city councillors meet to discuss a report that recommends its closure at the end of the current season.
The seaside town of Porthcawl is planning to install anti-sex public toilets that would spray occupants with water and sound an alarm.
The route of a bus service fast-tracked into existence by council chiefs for older people in the West End has been revealed.
A grieving woman has claimed she is in a “battle with the council” for failing to act on her complaints about mud being dumped near her father’s grave.
Union chiefs have called off bin strike action in Dundee after councillors agreed to scrap a policy of compulsory redundancies.
Health bosses have objected to a bid by a convenience store to sell alcohol out of its proposed shop at Dundee train station.
Refuse collectors will look through bins as part of a crackdown on residents who put the wrong items in the recycling.
Early proposals for a new super school for Tayside have gone on public display – but the timescale for the development has left many parents cold.
A new community centre for Menzieshill is set to open later this year.
Dundee has received more than £800,000 to help it implement Frank’s Law, health chiefs have been told.
A memorial event with a difference was held at the weekend, as “mourners” gathered to commemorate the demolition of a derelict jute mill.
Trade union leaders are recommending strike action to care workers amid worries over split shift patterns.
A businessman claims he has been forced to lay off staff due to an unpaid cleaning bill of £15,000 from Dundee City Council.
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.
Fife Council has no plans to introduce a workplace car parking levy as it seeks to find almost £5 million of savings in the coming year.
Plans to broadcast Dundee City Council meetings have been met with a mixed response from residents.
Trade union bosses in Dundee have declared they will fight any threat to council jobs with “everything it takes”.
Almost half of sex offenders being monitored by the authorities in Tayside have been convicted of crimes on the internet – and the numbers are rising.
Councils across Tayside and Fife have announced changes to recycling schedules during the festive period.
Dundee City Council must reduce the number of drug deaths, build more new houses and improve exam results for looked after children, according to the authority’s annual report card.