A pensioners’ campaigner has branded the current care crisis in Dundee as “the stuff of nightmares”.
Dundee Pensioners Forum
Not many people like being called old.
An opposition councillor's motion has enshrined the city council’s move to Axe The Shower Tax in policy – as the Tele’s campaign was praised by elected members.
The Dundee Pensioners Forum marked the United Nations’ International Day of the Older Person in style with a city centre march and rally followed by a film screening.
The Tele has scored a decisive victory for the city’s pensioners after Dundee City Council agreed to axe the “shower tax”.
Dundee City Council will remove the shower charge, following a high-profile campaign from the Evening Telegraph.
Dundee’s pensioners took to the streets to protest against the decision to start charging over-75s for their TV licence.
Council tenants are being urged to have their say on the controversial shower tax at a meeting later this month.
The body that represents Dundee’s pensioners has shared concerns that the city’s controversial shower tax may not be lifted until this time next year.
Dundee pensioners have vowed to continue their fight to force the city council to axe the shower tax.
Dundee pensioners are considering withholding part of their rent in their ongoing fight to abolish the shower tax.
Pension fund members have condemned plans to move access online.
Dundee City Council may have pocketed as much as £6 million from charging residents up to £10 a week for having a shower.
A Dundee pensioner claims she has spent thousands of pounds just to use a shower in her home.
Elderly residents are being warned to stay alert after reports of pensioners being targeted by late-night scammers.
Residents in Broughty Ferry will be left without a post office for a fortnight when the facility closes for a revamp.
Pensioners have pledged to fight an “outrageous” charge which means they have to pay to take a shower.
Members of Dundee Pensioners’ Forum will be holding a protest this week to campaign for over-75s to keep their free TV licence.
NHS Tayside is “determined” to reach the government’s target of 60% of staff having flu jabs.