The owners of a historic Dundee mill demolished last month could be fined or jailed if they are successfully prosecuted for razing the building.
Dundee City Council
Safety fears as concierge service at all Dundee multis to be scrapped for two-car ‘rapid response’ team
Night-time concierges at Dundee multis are set to be replaced with centralised “rapid response” teams which rely on remote CCTV to spot trouble, sparking safety fears among residents.
Dundee City Council tenants are being invited to come along and have their say – and find out what happens to the rent they pay.
A Dundee primary school class has come up with a novel way of notifying teachers if a pupil finds something hazardous.
From streets named after Beano characters, to one with a connection to William Wallace and another named after a type of fish, the city has its quirky thoroughfares.
Plans to build 84 homes on the site of a former whisky bottling plant have been submitted to Dundee city planners.
As part of Child Safety week a group of Dundee mums and toddlers learned all about safety around the house.
A Dundee city centre pub has been given a formal warning after bar staff were found to have served up short measures by trading standards officers.
The salaries and expenses of Dundee’s councillors and Lord Provost have been released.
The city council’s education convener has hit back over claims that staff shortages are affecting pupils.
Dundee council supervisor forced to don gloves and clear bags of uncollected rubbish into ‘small car’
Black bags filled with rubbish have been spotted being loaded into the back of one of Dundee City Council’s electric fleet cars.
One of the showcase events in the Dundee cultural calendar celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
Dundee’s newest secondary school has been officially opened by Deputy First Minister, John Swinney.
A 93-year-old D-Day veteran has hit out at Dundee City Council after being told that “waist-high” grass at a cemetery containing war graves will be left uncut to “enhance the biodiversity”.
A 42-home development under construction at Craigie Fields will include 30 properties for rent.
Dundee council admits parking restrictions near Dens Park and Tannadice have been ‘in wrong place since 2007’
Dundee City Council will review match day traffic controls close to Dens Park and Tannadice after a resident discovered parking restrictions in a nearby street had apparently been in the wrong place for 11 years.
A proposal for a joint super-school between Angus, Dundee City, and Perth and Kinross councils will be unveiled at an Angus Council meeting on Thursday.
The owner of a Dundee newsagents says his business could die if his bid to sell alcohol is turned down amid an outcry from residents.
A Dundee nightclub has withdrawn its plans to open for longer during special events.
A pensioner said she thought she had been “walloped by a cricket bat” after being smacked on the head by a gull in Dundee city centre.