Jobseekers will have the opportunity to be trained up in warehousing in a new scheme run by Forth Ports and Dundee’s job centre.
Dundee has been given a jobs boost after a decommissioning firm pledged a £5m expansion in the city.
Dundee’s cruise liner chief says the city has enjoyed a bumper year of arrivals bolstered by locals working together to create unforgettable experiences for tourists.
Dundee’s bid to become a centre for large-scale oil and gas decommissioning projects was rejected because the approach to the port is “too shallow”.
Residents, community groups and business owners at City Quay held a walkabout to show how rundown the area has become.
More than £356,000 is set to be invested in new surfacing and a boundary fence on a stretch of path through Dundee Dock, which is usable by both walkers and cyclists.
A Dundee oil worker said he has plans to ensure local folk are at the forefront of decommissioning work in the city.
Eight pupils from Craigie High School and Morgan Academy took part in Forth Port’s new “Discovery” work experience initiative.
A contractor has been confirmed for the construction of a new quayside at Dundee Port to handle decommissioning work for the North Sea oil and gas sector.
Dundee is ready to take on North Sea oil field decommissioning work, according to the leader of the city council.