A proactive campaign in Dundee neighbourhoods has cut the number of wilful fireraisings.
Mill O Mains
The long-awaited temporary replacement for the fire-ravaged Mill o’ Mains pavilion will be ready for the start of the October school holidays.
Homeless charity bosses have said new worries over plans for social housing units on a Dundee estate are “unfounded”.
People living in Mill o’ Mains are to be given an opportunity to comment on the latest and final phase of the area’s regeneration project.
Patients at a Dundee GP surgery which had to shut temporarily due to a shortage of doctors have been told it is set to close for good.
A makeshift replacement for the fire-ravaged Mill o’ Mains Pavilion could be on the site by the end of the summer, it has been claimed.
Council chiefs have backtracked on plans to remove recycling bins from a Dundee estate.
Residents across the city have been left with overflowing brown waste bins after collections were missed.
Recycling bins could be removed from a Dundee community because of constant fly-tipping.
Community leaders in Mill o’ Mains have welcomed the news that they may still get a new community centre in the area.
Buses are being diverted "until further notice" after a road crash on the A90 in Dundee.
A petrol station worker fears there could be a “major incident” after firebugs torched Eurobins next to the premises.
Gavin Nelson, 24, of Balmoral Gardens, was ordered to pay compensation of £214 to his mother after breaking her window.
Dundee’s newest, multi-million pound community centre at Menzieshill is to be hit with an annual tax bill of almost £300,000.
Wheelie bin fires are causing headaches for crews in Strathmartine, a new report has revealed.
Community leaders in Dundee have said they are “very disappointed” that there is no council funding to replace a pavilion gutted by fire last summer.
A man has been detained by police after an incident in Dundee.
Community leaders have slammed the “mindless vandals” they claim are deliberately setting fire to wheelie bins in their neighbourhood.
Carol McColl, 33, of Hebrides Drive, admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner on July 26, at her home street, shouting and swearing, uttering abusive and offensive remarks and threats of violence, challenging others to fight and behaving in an aggressive manner.
Police have revealed the results of a two-week road safety initiative carried out by officers in the North East of Dundee.