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.
A six-figure investment into Dundee’s walking and cycling infrastructure is now open to the public.
An electric rickshaw is set to hit the streets of Dundee in time for summer.
Cars could be banned from one of Dundee’s most polluted streets under “radical” plans being considered by the council.
The “honeymoon period is over” for electric vehicle (EV) owners after the city council revealed it will start charging them to plug in their cars.
Support group Recovery Dundee has started 2019 with a bang after holding its second “hangover-free” New Year party at Discovery Point.
A one-off night of late openings for cafes and traders in the city centre will take place on March 28.
Fresh plans have been unveiled to give a new lease of life to a once-popular city pub.
One of Dundee City Council’s most senior councillors has admitted she “broke the rules” at Sleep in the Park after reportedly arriving at the event under the influence of alcohol.
Developers are poised to spend more than £11 million on two key parts of the controversial Site 6 scheme at Dundee’s Waterfront.
Local authority bosses have unwrapped an early Christmas present to help kids across Dundee – a festive electric van.
Dundee’s development convener is calling on businesses to unite for a single day of “European-style” late openings amid claims the city centre is “decaying”.
A community group has secured £10,700 to help regenerate an “unloved” city street.
Transport bosses say it’s too early to decide the future of the city’s newest bus route, amid concerns the service is frequently running empty.
Like many high streets across the UK, the Murraygate hasn’t had its troubles to seek.
Dundee City Council is preparing to splash more than £20 million of taxpayers’ money on building a new luxury hotel at the Waterfront’s controversial Site 6.
Fears that children as young as 13 are using a city close to take drugs have been raised by nearby residents.