Plans to create an innovation centre on the site of Michelin’s Dundee factory have been welcomed by the Unite trade union.
The site of Dundee’s Michelin factory will become home to a new innovation centre focusing on sustainable transport and low-carbon energy.
Kind-hearted workers at Dundee’s Michelin factory donated 65 bags of goods to Dundee Foodbank.
Experienced bar staff are invited to apply for jobs serving at the Michelin Athletic Club in Dundee.
Tayside could face an exodus of skilled workers as Michelin employees prepare to leave Dundee ahead of the factory’s planned closure in 2020.
Michelin bosses are inviting current and former staff to a farewell tour of the factory ahead of its expected closure in 2020.
Long-serving Michelin staff in Dundee will receive six-figure sums from the factory’s closure.
A march and demonstration against budget cuts is to be held in Dundee.
Dundee’s iconic V&A was due to be given the royal seal of approval today when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge officially opened the venue.
The unemployment rate in Dundee has risen slightly year-on-year, according to the latest UK Government statistics.
Michelin workers could be in line for a share of an extra £10 million wrangled out of the Scottish Government for the Tay Cities Deal, a Dundee MSP has suggested.
Young chef Laurence Henry has triumphed in the 2018 series of MasterChef: The Professionals.
Michelin bosses are expected to sign a pledge by Christmas to deliver replacement jobs at its doomed Dundee site.
Michelin workers have said the news that the firm is to press ahead with the closure of its Dundee plant was a foregone conclusion.
The closure of Dundee's Michelin factory has been confirmed with the loss of 850 jobs.
The firm behind the new Baldovie incinerator project in Dundee – which was to provide steam to the Michelin factory – expects to be compensated if the tyre company closes its city site.
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.
Plans to relocate Dundee and Angus College to the Michelin factory site could be put to bosses at the tyre giant as early as this week.
More than 70 people from the Dundee business community attended a breakfast meeting hosted by Michelin yesterday when they learned how they could have a role in preparing young people in the city for the world of work.
Negotiators will meet Michelin bosses with a plan to save as many jobs as possible at the tyre giant’s doomed Dundee factory.