Businesses across Dundee are likely to save hundreds of thousands of pounds thanks to a new policy to protect small firms, it has been claimed.
Politicians have called for an end to “undue leniency” handed to some child sex offenders – echoing the Tele’s call for tougher sentences.
The collapse of Dundee building firm McGill may lead to a rise in out-of-town firms coming into the city to pick up their abandoned contracts.
Rosebank Primary pupils have showcased what they have been learning about global citizenship.
A local MSP has lent her support to a mental health charity’s application for funding amid fears it may have to close down if it is not helped with cash issues.
Dundee East MSP Shona Robison has spoken of her concerns about the impact Brexit will have on the city.
Dundee East MSP Shona Robison has hit out at the UK Government after new figures showed foodbank use in Dundee has risen by 34% on last year – more than double the rate elsewhere in Scotland.
Politicians came together for a fundraising coffee morning in support of a disability group.
‘Can we diversify factory?’: Dundee council chief to look at all options to save Michelin site and jobs
Dundee East MSP Shona Robison and city council leader John Alexander have vowed to do all they can to secure the future of the Michelin plant.
Dundee MSP Shona Robison has welcomed plans to develop sentencing guidelines for sexual offences, saying tackling such crimes should be “an absolute priority”.
A Dundee politician repeatedly rejected calls to scrap parking fees at Ninewells Hospital – despite concerns from within her own party.
Politicians, community groups and trade unions are backing the Tele’s call for parking charges at Ninewells Hospital to be frozen.
‘Tele’s campaign has struck a chord’: Dundee MSP urges justice chiefs to let locals to have say on automatic jail terms for paedophiles
Shona Robison has met Scottish justice chiefs to discuss jailing people who commit sex crimes against children after the Tele called for those convicted of such offences to be locked up.
A Dundee politician is to quiz the Scottish Government on what can be done to tackle sexual offences involving children.
A council tenant whose house was flooded during cladding work has spoken of his “nightmare” after he was left battling for insurance money.
A police scheme to help youngsters who experience trauma has been praised by a local politician.
Scotland's new justice secretary has pledged to consider calls by the Tele to introduce mandatory jail sentences for those convicted of sex offences involving children.
Dundee MSP Robison cites death of parents and health scare as reasons for quitting as health secretary
Shona Robison conceded her role as health secretary in the Scottish Government had been "at times very challenging" as she quit Nicola Sturgeon's cabinet.
Health Secretary Shona Robison and Communities Secretary Angela Constance have both resigned, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
A Dundee bus firm has unveiled a £4 million fleet of new vehicles that it hopes will be a breath of fresh air to locals.