A Dundee man denies falsely claiming almost £110,000 worth of benefits.
A young mum of two small children recently got in touch with me following an article I had written on Universal Credit.
A woman has appeared in court charged with £47,500 of benefit fraud after allegedly claiming she was a single mum while living with her husband.
A grieving son has slammed the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) after it was forced to apologise to his family for a second time.
How did your exam results go yesterday?
Last week, I met the chairman of Welfare Scotland, Rob McDowall.
Sentence was deferred on a woman who admitted falsely claiming £3,700 in benefits.
A pensioner who claimed more than £22,600 in benefits she wasn’t entitled to has dodged a prison sentence.
A Christian doctor who refused to call transgender women “she” chose to leave work and was not suspended from his post, an employment tribunal has heard.
Older trades workers left unemployed as a result of a number of firms going bust in Dundee are to take part in a Jobcentre initiative teaching digital skills.
I was moved by the tragic story of 81-year-old Joy Worrall, who took her life after being left with only £5 to survive.
Dundee based McGill Homes have today announced the purchase of the former Department for Work and Pensions building on Dock Street, Dundee.
A grandad who had battled cancer for six months has lost his fight with the disease.
Stephen Smith, from Liverpool, became an international news icon after a friend took a picture of him in hospital when his weight dropped to six stone.
A trial has been fixed for a woman accused of claiming more than £6,300 in benefits to which she was not entitled.
Lorna Scahill, of Station Road, Longforgan, is to stand trial accused of claiming more than £32,000 of benefits that she wasn’t entitled to.
Dundee jobs market is still reeling from the collapse of construction firm McGill earlier this year, according to the latest employment statistics.
A woman is to stand trial accused of falsely claiming almost £38,000 in benefits.
The number of people on jobseeking benefits in Dundee is continuing to fall, new figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) show.
HMRC staff in Dundee at risk of being made redundant when Sidlaw House closes will be offered new jobs at the city’s Social Security Scotland office.