Police are investigating after posters targeting a teacher in an apparent hate campaign appeared in the city.
Dundee City Council
Hundreds of school pupils have started their new term in a new £17 million campus in Whitfield.
Dundee City Council is to hand out £750,000 to projects aimed at improving transport in the city.
Dundee City Council will consider improvements to the protection of vulnerable children and adults after a report found some people were put at risk.
One of the developers behind the new housing being built at Dundee’s Denhead of Gray is looking to change some of the house types it hopes to build.
The date has been set for the new control centre to help tackle crime and antisocial behaviour to go live.
Xplore Dundee says that all of its buses will be diverted for the Scottish independence rally in the city.
‘Very strange, if not a little creepy’: Decomposing animal found in bin liner in Dundee revealed as a sheep
The remains of a “dog” discovered in a bin bag on a Dundee footpath are now believed to have been those of a sheep.
Councillors will meet to decide whether a new plan to reduce crime in Dundee will get the go-ahead.
More than 100 buildings and spaces in public ownership have been sold in Dundee in four years, earning the city council close to £10 million.
Secondary school isn’t just a step up to “big school” – it’s a rite of passage for kids as they grow into young adults.
Residents in Fintry say they are “fed up” of young vandals damaging their cars.
Dundee’s education convener was “absolutely right” to resign following a number of rants on social media, Labour’s schools representative has said.
Dundee continues to have a “healthy and effective” supply of land for housing and employment.
Next week, hundreds of Dundee children are set to embark on a whole new adventure as they start nursery and primary school.
The Scottish Government has recruited 93 people in Dundee to work at the country’s new social security headquarters.
Dundee City Council’s children and family services convener has resigned in the wake of a number of social media scandals.
Dundee’s regeneration is already bearing fruit with a huge upsurge in the number of tourists visiting the city.
An OAP has hit out at the city council over its neglect of a former football pitch behind his home.
A disabled pensioner has voiced her disgust after she was given a parking ticket in a disabled bay outside her front door.