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.
Dundee City Council leader John Alexander has responded to calls to abolish the shower service charge.
Dundee City Council may have pocketed as much as £6 million from charging residents up to £10 a week for having a shower.
Dundee City Council leader John Alexander says he is "absolutely gutted" after city contractor McGill went into administration.
A Dundee pensioner claims she has spent thousands of pounds just to use a shower in her home.
Dundee is flush with many cultural gems – museums, art galleries, performing art centres and scores of sculptures.
It’s overwhelming – Tele readers do NOT want to pay more council tax to help Dundee council save £18m
Tele readers have overwhemingly rejected an increase in their council tax to make local authority savings.
Councillors are preparing for another year of big decisions in 2019 – with the council expected to have to find savings of up to £18 million when it sets its budget set next month.
John Alexander has admitted cost-cutting to the tune of £18 million will be required to balance the books at Dundee City Council.
Last week, a vision was revealed for a 39-storey skyscraper at Dundee Waterfront, which – if built – would become Scotland’s tallest building, including a five-star hotel, conference centre and apartments.
A “significant” announcement on the future of Dundee’s offshore decommissioning and renewables sector is in the pipeline for next year.
A new Macmillan Community Hub has opened in Ardler.
The final recommendations of a commission set up to tackle poverty and deprivation in Dundee have been published for the first time.
The leader of Dundee City Council is to spend the next few days “making a case” to persuade Michelin to keep a foothold in the city.
Converting the Michelin factory to provide small-scale tyre production alongside research and development could be one way to preserve the company’s presence in Dundee, the leader of the city council has suggested.