Plans to reform animal cruelty laws in Scotland are set to be backed by Dundee City Council.
Dundee City Council
Foodbank suppliers could be brought in to organise issues with the food supply in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the council has warned.
Councillors have approved a nightclub owner’s plans for a silent disco – despite protests.
Ambitious plans to create a £6 million housing and retail development on the site of a shop destroyed by fire have moved a step closer to reality.
A major public consultation on the future of schools in and around Dundee will begin next week.
Another enormous housing development for land to the north of Broughty Ferry could be on the horizon.
Dundee City Council has been cautioned by senior legal chiefs over its use of so-called “snooping powers” to spy on locals suspected of wrongdoing.
Forgan's Bar has won its long-running battle with a Broughty Ferry resident over noise complaints.
Once the scourge of many a jumpers-for-goalposts kickabout, the dictatorial “No ball games” sign looks like it might be on the way out.
A gardening group for dads and young kids is to start this week in Whitfield.
A national gardening body has said it is powerless to intervene in a long-running dispute between an allotment owner and the committee trying to force him out.
Planning a funeral can be an emotionally and financially tough time – especially when it becomes a priority without any warning.
A nightclub boss has sparked a war of words with the Dundee Dance Event (DDE) over claims he is attempting to “cash in” on the event’s success.
A leader of the Mill o’ Mains Community Pavilion has branded options to replace the devastated centre as an “insult to the community”.
Dundee City Council is to spend more than £860,000 on a community regeneration fund this year, if proposals are approved at a meeting next week.
A Dundee councillor has called on the local authority to step up its efforts to transfer real-time bus information to a new system.
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.
A housing association will hold a drop-in event for residents interested in the regeneration of Ellengowan Drive.
Further work by the council to remove asbestos from a city block is to be carried out amid claims concerned residents held back rent.
Raging residents who voted for a new crossing on an arterial Dundee road have blasted the council after claiming it has been built in the wrong place.