V&A Dundee has become an accredited Living Wage employer, announced today as part of Living Wage Week, which runs from November 11-15.
A grieving dad who lost his son to suicide has accused Tay Road Bridge bosses of putting “cost and inconvenience” before lives.
The number of people injured in road traffic collisions in Dundee has fallen by almost two-thirds in the last decade.
Members of Camperdown Golf Club have launched a last-ditch bid to save their course.
People who may be struggling to make ends meet were offered support and advice at a special event in the city.
Free sanitary products will be available in public buildings across Dundee, as part of the council's commitment to tackling period poverty.
A week-long campaign to tackle poverty and its causes launched yesterday– and the Evening Telegraph is getting behind the cause.
Dundee's landmark new electric vehicle charging point has been used an average of 65 times a day in its first year, making it the second busiest in the UK, according to new data.
Around 14,000 of people took to the streets of Dundee in a sea of colour on Saturday for 2019’s Dundee Pride event.
Police have left warning cards on vehicles outside a city school after rogue parking forced pupils to walk on the road.
A new allotment space in Maryfield has been flourishing since residents grouped together to open the plot.
Dundonians are being warned to be aware of automated phone calls supposedly from their bank or card company after a number of scams were reported in the area.
Re: Councillor Lynne Short being appointed chairwoman of the Tay Road Bridge board.
Ambitious plans for a £12 million development at a former Dundee College building are to be shelved because of lack of funding.
Promoters are lining up to plug the Craig David-shaped gap at Slessor Gardens – but the council has no plans for a third summer show at the Waterfront.
Schools across Dundee are set for a facelift this summer if councillors back more than £400,000 of investment.
A prominent West End landmark that has fallen into disrepair is up for sale after being given a compulsory spruce-up by the local authority.
Plans to build a new nursery on the site of a primary school have been submitted to the council.
Locals in Stobswell have hit out at inconsiderate drivers using an area of land beside the Princes Street charging hub as an impromptu car park.
A Maryfield councillor has stepped in to help a family whose garden was flooded with human waste after reading about their plight in the Tele.