A specialist unit for people with brain injuries will close its doors in a month.
Thousands of locals inside Dundee’s proposed low emission zone (LEZ) are being urged to make their voices heard as part of a consultation exercise on the plans.
A Low Emission Zone for Dundee will come a step closer next week if councillors back the latest stage of development.
Dundee residents are being warned about a council tax scam that is doing the rounds.
A “hardcore” band of parents are “flouting the law” and recklessly parking, causing havoc for other families, according to a Dundee councillor.
Work has begun on £300,000 worth of improvements to car parking facilities at Camperdown Country Park.
Complaints about missed bin collections in Dundee have more than trebled in the past four years, the Tele can reveal.
Local environmentalists have spoken out ahead of another expected busy summer on Tayside’s beaches.
Fly-tippers dumped a settee and a car wheel at a Broughty Ferry beauty spot.
The decision to press ahead with the controversial demolition of flats in Dundee has been slammed as “bad on so many levels” by a former councillor.
Councillors will vote next week whether to approve spending which could see a number of accessibility improvements to Dundee homes.
Nearly 800 bicycles have been stolen in Dundee in the last three years.
Applications to the council for help with homelessness have risen by 7%, figures show.
Police are investigating a series of reports of anti-social behaviour by youths across Broughty Ferry and Monifieth.
Council house tenants in Dundee have voted for a 3.75% increase to their rent.
Charities say more people across Dundee are struggling to pay their rent or mortgages.
Former school buildings across Dundee are set to be demolished to make way for housing and community facilities.
MORE than three quarters of a million pounds is to be spent by Dundee City Council on improvements to council houses across the city.
Thefts of wheelie bins from homes across Dundee have more than doubled inside a year.
Councillors will be asked next week to approve “ambitious” plans to splash more than £124 million on improving the city’s affordable housing stock.