Dundee City Council is exploring how it can meet tough emission targets ahead of time as it seeks to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045.
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You may have heard of the V&A effect – but what about the Beano effect?
Local leaders have reacted coolly to the decision by the Brexit Party to stage a rally in Dundee later this year.
Residents set to lose a “lifeline” bus service have slammed the alternative offered by the council.
Union chiefs have called off bin strike action in Dundee after councillors agreed to scrap a policy of compulsory redundancies.
Dundee bakery Clark’s has succeeded in its bid to open a Kingsway shop – with approval prompting one councillor to storm out of the chamber.
Maryfield councillor Lynne Short is among the casualties of a reshuffle in Dundee’s SNP group as it seeks to retain control in its minority administration.
Dundee City Council will “live to regret” imposing parking charges in an area that is crying out for residential permits, a councillor has warned.
The leader of Dundee City Council has defended his decision to attend a £5,000 VIP dinner in the south of France that was funded by property developers.
The body that represents Dundee’s pensioners has shared concerns that the city’s controversial shower tax may not be lifted until this time next year.
Dundee firms in industries traditionally associated with low pay have been hailed for paying their staff the real living wage – just weeks after plans to make the city a leader in fair pay took off.
The number of Airbnb-style lets in Dundee has grown by 400% in under three years, figures have shown.
Dundee is flush with many cultural gems – museums, art galleries, performing art centres and scores of sculptures.
After more than two years of hammering out the final version, the Tay Cities Deal has been signed – but who has won and who has lost out?
Dundee’s education convener was “absolutely right” to resign following a number of rants on social media, Labour’s schools representative has said.
What a difference a year makes — not least if you’re Dundee City Council leader John Alexander.
At just the age of nine, John Alexander had his first brush with knives — a moment he has buried, but never forgotten.
Dundee is getting on board with the latest in public transport technology, as a dozen hydrogen buses are set to take to the city’s streets.
Just under two-thirds of people living in Dundee are satisfied with the city council, a new survey has revealed.
“There are times at night when you watch the sun go down over the river and you wonder — why is Dundee such a beautiful place?”