The new £60 million funding commitment to the Michelin site in the city will turn “Dundee into the place to be” according to the Scottish Finance Secretary.
The Scottish Government has announced a multi-million-pound cash injection into Dundee's doomed Michelin plant.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary will insist the county can “more than afford” to be independent.
The Scottish Government has requested £52 million from a contingency fund to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
Dundee is set to receive a six-figure boost from the Scottish Government to improve the city’s high streets.
I travelled to the Scottish Parliament last week for the budget meeting with members of the Scottish Unemployed Workers’ Network (SUWN).
Scottish income tax rates must remain competitive with the rest of the UK or risk “long-term damage” to the economy, CBI Scotland has warned ahead of the Budget.
Plans to relocate Dundee and Angus College to the Michelin factory site could be put to bosses at the tyre giant as early as this week.
Workers at Michelin were the last to know their jobs had been scrapped, as the firm took four weeks to notify staff and held crunch talks with Scottish Government ministers.
Workers at the Michelin tyre factory in Dundee today told how news that the plant is to close with the loss of almost 850 jobs came "out of the blue" after they received text messages calling them to a meeting to confirm its closure.
The Scottish Government has launched an economic action plan, including an £18 million fund for advanced manufacturing and the piloting of two new “productivity clubs” for businesses.
Almost 40 jobs will be created in Edinburgh following a £6.9 million investment in a new artificial intelligence (AI) software project.
NHS chiefs in Tayside have spoken out against plan to slash spending on improving the nation’s health.
Holyrood's Finance Secretary has insisted most Scots will pay less income tax next year, despite increasing charges for higher earners.
Holyrood Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has said his budget would boost local services despite Labour claims a reduction in cash for councils would see the "heart ripped out of public services".