Hundreds of people gathered in City Square today to protest against climate change.
Dundee City Council
Dundee residents are being warned about a council tax scam that is doing the rounds.
Concerns have been raised a West End street could soon become plagued by vermin due to the amount of litter dumped there.
V&A Dundee celebrated its first birthday with the news 833,000 visitors have passed through its doors since its opening.
A convenience store is finally to find out if it can sell alcohol – almost five months after it opened its doors.
A busy Dundee road will be partially closed for two weeks as repairs are carried out.
A city centre community council is urgently seeking new members so it can continue operating.
New images of the million pound “digital playground” have been given the thumbs-up from the people of Dundee.
A supermarket chain’s bid to open a fourth shop in Dundee could fall at the first hurdle after planners called for its latest plan to be rejected by councillors.
Dundee is set to make a third attempt to create an improvement district funded by local businesses, the Tele can reveal.
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A daughter has claimed her father and his partner were forced to live in conditions “like the Victorian times” after a drainage problem caused human waste to fill their home.
Two fitness fanatics have hit out at what they called the “older people” running Dundee City Council after their bid to open a gym on an industrial estate was refused on appeal.
A Dundee basketball club has been given national support after being slam dunked by a huge hike in council hall hire fees.
Council officials are demanding people name and shame fly-tippers.
The leader of Fintry Community Council has expressed his frustration over the lack of progress on repairs to a local playpark – insisting support from the council is needed.
An opposition councillor has blasted the “out-of-touch” SNP administration after it voted to press ahead with widely-opposed parking charges.
A pensioner fears an uneven public footpath is “an accident is waiting to happen” for nearby elderly residents.
Dundee City Council has been accused of treating locals with contempt as it plans to push ahead with controversial parking charges despite receiving nearly 60 objections.
Decisions to refuse plans for gym and development of flats at Dundee industrial estate to go under microscope
Council decisions to refuse plans for a gym, a development of flats and the amendment of a takeaway’s opening hours could be overturned next week.