The Duke of Cambridge has met the mother of a young man who took his own life as he opened the UK’s first centre outside of a clinic or hospital for helping suicidal men by giving counselling and therapy.
An independent review into the impact of policing during the miners’ strike of the 1980s is to be carried out in Scotland.
Workers in one of the rail operators hit by disruption to services are to stage a series of fresh strikes in the long-running dispute over the role of guards.
A memorial service is to be held to celebrate the life of former union leader Rodney Bickerstaffe.
Nearly eight out of 10 companies and public sector bodies pay men more than women as the deadline passed for organisations to report their gender pay gaps.
A Dundee nightclub is set to introduce special ID cards in a bid to keep out underage drinkers.
Nearly all companies required to submit their gender pay gap figures to the Government have now done so, hours before the deadline.
More than 1,000 companies required to submit their gender pay gap figures to the Government have yet to do so, a day before the deadline.
Water from a disused mine that has been warmed by the earth is to be used to heat homes in a Welsh Valleys village, the Welsh Government has said.
Embrace an android: Labour study warns UK must boost research and development spending in technology
Britain is unprepared for the technological revolution and should increase spending significantly on research and development (R&D) to keep up with advances in areas such as robotics and artificial intelligence, a Labour-commissioned report warned.
Nightclub lost property boxes can be a treasure trove of items left behind by merry revellers.
A man had two types of drug with him in a Dundee nightclub.
The author of a new book examining Dundee’s working past has said he expects more cruise ships to start calling at the port as the city continues to evolve.
A former factory site in Dundee has been blighted by flytipping and vandalism just feet from an ongoing housing development.
A new Dundee nightclub is set to open on Friday in the Seagate.
A TRADE union boss has branded the treatment of workers made redundant by engineering firm Galloway as “disgraceful”.
A CAR dealership on the site of the former Valentines card factory, which is expected to create 100 jobs, should be open by December.