Dundee City Council is to spend more than £860,000 on a community regeneration fund this year, if proposals are approved at a meeting next week.
Karate enthusiasts from around the world flocked to Dundee for the sixth Kanzen Cup International Open, with local youngsters showing their skills.
The leader of Dundee City Council has addressed figures which show an additional 400 pupils will be added to the school roll in the city in the next two years.
If you’re reading this in Douglas, the West End or the Ferry then congratulations – you’re reading it in the best place to live in Scotland.
A reader has been in touch to blast the council's handling of the shower charge issue.
Dundee’s leading Labour councillor said he fears someone could be seriously hurt by damaged mail boxes in the city.
V&A Dundee has welcomed half a million visitors to the museum since it opened, hitting the milestone almost six months earlier than expected.
Councillor John Alexander, the leader of Dundee City Council, has had a difficult month following ongoing criticism and protests over local budget cuts.
A scheme to make Dundee the UK’s first “living wage city” has been launched.
The leader of Dundee City Council has welcomed news that stricken construction firm McGill could be taken over.
Police Scotland are concerned for the wellbeing of a missing Dundee teenager.
Dundee City Council will meet later today to make a final decision on how they propose to make £10.3 million of savings to balance the books.
TODAY: Dundee trade unions meet to discuss strike action, as council says it has to ‘reduce headcount’
The city’s trade unions will meet today to discuss whether to instigate strike action over disputes with the council.
A shop owner has been given a verbal warning after he sold alcohol outside trading hours – his only misdemeanour in 40 years of trading.
Anti-cuts campaigners are swapping Cupid’s arrow for warning stanzas this Valentine’s Day.
Dundee residents will be asked to fork out £35 a year to have their brown bins emptied.
The number of Airbnb-style lets in Dundee has grown by 400% in under three years, figures have shown.
The family members of a blind pensioner who has paid thousands of pounds in so-called shower tax are demanding their money back.
Dundee council leader reveals budget priorities but admits ‘there will be services we can’t provide’
Protecting social services and education in the face of almost £20 million worth of cuts is the priority for city politicians ahead of this month’s crunch budget meeting.
Plans to introduce an indefinite charge on residents who had showers installed at their properties were “bulldozed” through despite protests by housing officers, it has been claimed.