Motorists in Broughty Ferry faced more roadwork misery as traffic mounted up in the area over the weekend.
A Broughty Ferry councillor has hit out at proposals to remove several public payphones from the area.
Councillors have hit out after more disorder in Broughty Ferry saw youths allegedly throwing stones off the roof of a charity shop.
Dundee City Council has come in for praise for its rapid response to a dog poo issue.
Dog owners have been left baffled by council signs saying free poo bags are still available despite the scheme being binned.
Local environmentalists have spoken out ahead of another expected busy summer on Tayside’s beaches.
A councillor has claimed a controversial new crossing on Arbroath Road has been placed at the correct spot, despite a fierce backlash from raging residents.
Broughty Ferry Councillor Craig Duncan has condemned the recent introduction of cash machine charges at an ATM in his ward.
A Broughty Ferry Post Office has had its refurbishment delayed despite complaints of it being littered with “mess”.
Concerns have been raised after figures showed 11 teaching posts in Dundee remain unfilled with recruitment currently ongoing for another 15 jobs.
Industrial action has been blamed for the “unreliable” implementation of a new rail service in Broughty Ferry.
A date has been set for work to rebuild a wall in Broughty Ferry – more than a year after it collapsed.
An angry parent has called for a back-up plan after pupils at a city school were left without a crossing patroller.
Three wheelie bins were set alight in Broughty Ferry’s Gillies Park early Sunday.
A Dundee councillor has warned of flooding at a Broughty Ferry junction, branding it a safety issue.
Two Dundee councillors have called for the local authority to consider free parking on Sunday afternoons in the run-up to Christmas.
Motorists in Broughty Ferry have been warned of potential delays as repairs to a busy road begin later this month.
Education chiefs in Dundee are being urged to consider withdrawing from a scheme of standardised tests being imposed on P1 pupils.
The Dundee Trust has awarded more than £70,000 to support projects working to improve lives across the city.
A disabled pensioner has criticised the city council and claimed it seemed to dismiss a “potentially fatal” accident he had in a Dundee park.