Dundee administration councillors have been accused of hypocrisy after praising a bus firm for stepping up to plug a gap left by a service they voted to scrap last month.
Councillor Lynne Short
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.
A new report suggests Dundee’s high streets and retail parks have been “blighted” with closures in the last year.
A city centre homeware store has been slammed for selling a range of racially offensive dolls.
Dundee City Council is considering inviting bids for the exclusive live music rights for Slessor Gardens, the Tele can reveal.
The “honeymoon period is over” for electric vehicle (EV) owners after the city council revealed it will start charging them to plug in their cars.
Support group Recovery Dundee has started 2019 with a bang after holding its second “hangover-free” New Year party at Discovery Point.
Fresh plans have been unveiled to give a new lease of life to a once-popular city pub.
Developers are poised to spend more than £11 million on two key parts of the controversial Site 6 scheme at Dundee’s Waterfront.
Local authority bosses have unwrapped an early Christmas present to help kids across Dundee – a festive electric van.
Dundee’s development convener is calling on businesses to unite for a single day of “European-style” late openings amid claims the city centre is “decaying”.
An open day is to be held at a former medical centre which it is hoped will soon offer a range of community services.
Open-top bus tours are set to return to Dundee as tourism chiefs say they are “bang on target” with their vision for the city ahead of the opening of the V&A.
Dundee City Council says the era of being able to afford New Year parties was “long gone”.
A derelict warehouse that once belonged to a major supermarket could finally have a bright future ahead after it was sold for an undisclosed sum.
A councillor has hit out at lorry drivers who ignored restrictions for the Tay Road Bridge during winds in excess of 50mph.
A group of Welsh civil servants visited Dundee yesterday to find out about the city’s electric vehicle initiative.
Dundee is leading the charge in electric vehicle sales compared to other areas of Scotland, new figures have revealed.
A Dundee councillor has said a mass Hogmanay party could be hosted in the city, if partner agencies help out.
A Dundee councillor has teamed up with an electric bike retailer to highlight the benefits of cycling.