Residents say they are being forced to leave their homes every year during a popular music festival - and have called for the event to be relocated.
Plans to introduce an indefinite charge on residents who had showers installed at their properties were “bulldozed” through despite protests by housing officers, it has been claimed.
Dundee City Council may have pocketed as much as £6 million from charging residents up to £10 a week for having a shower.
Pensioners have pledged to fight an “outrageous” charge which means they have to pay to take a shower.
A Dundee councillor has claimed a lack of funding is to blame for the many Christmas trees littering the city’s streets – weeks after the festive period ended.
Dundee councillors have condemned a neo-Nazi hate group campaigning in the city.
Dundee council bosses have pledged to build more than 1,000 new homes in the city over the next three years.
Thousands of people in Tayside were referred to mental health services but not then seen by a professional.
West End councillor Richard McCready is calling for a commitment to save the area’s Ryehill police station.
Finding solutions to Dundee’s worsening drugs death crisis “can’t take forever”, a local councillor has said.
Dundee City Council has warned people who dump unwanted furniture on city streets they could be reported to the procurator fiscal.
Council bosses have put the brakes on a controversial new £60-a-year residents’ parking permit scheme
The Evening Telegraph is highlighting projects that could be brought to life as part of Dundee Decides. Today, in the second of an eight-part series, reporter Ciaran Shanks look at the choices available to residents in the West End.
Labour councillor Richard McCready is calling for more free Wi-Fi in Dundee to help people struggling with welfare reform.
Two Dundee councillors have welcomed the end of VAT charging to police and fire services in Scotland.
Proposals are being drawn up aimed at introducing a parking permit scheme in three city wards.
Food delivery company Deliveroo is being urged to pay its riders the living wage as it embarks on a recruitment drive in Dundee.
Leading councillors have called for the owners of a derelict office block at Dundee’s Technology Park to take action “as a matter of urgency”.
Councillors have called for firmer actions against utility companies who delay or over-run roadworks in the city without ramification.
A former lord provost who served the city of Dundee for 42 years has died aged 80.