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.
The construction of Broughty Ferry’s tidal defence system could have some positive effects on walking and cycling in the area.
The name for one of Dundee’s newest buildings has been revealed - and it pays tribute to the Waterfront in times gone by.
A city centre homeware store has been slammed for selling a range of racially offensive dolls.
Dundee is set to receive a six-figure boost from the Scottish Government to improve the city’s high streets.
Dundee City Council has forked out more than £6,400 in a bid to prepare councillors for media interviews – despite providing its own training at no cost the year before.
On the outskirts of Dundee, a whole new community is coming to life after years of planning.
Dundonians are invited to have their say on the Western Gateway development as part of a public consultation.
Tayside's regional transport board is to discuss Dundee train station’s new bike park after cyclists complained its opening hours did not align with the timetables of services.
A lifesaving partnership has been signed between Dundee City Council and marine safety organisation Coastwatch Tay.
Almost £190,000 of council funding could go towards upgrading parking meters across street and multi-storey car parks in Dundee.
Dundee City Council is considering inviting bids for the exclusive live music rights for Slessor Gardens, the Tele can reveal.
Residents in Maryfield will have plenty of chances to get their five a day with another allotment due to open in the area.