Local politicians have voiced their dismay over the "deeply upsetting" news that 179 workers at a Dundee-based manufacturing firm are to lose their jobs, just days before Christmas.
A man who bombarded the office of MSP Shona Robison with calls and emails during a campaign of harassment has been ordered not to contact her.
A city MSP is calling for a rethink on a plan to demolish a “historic” railway bridge at Dundee’s docks.
A man who admitted stalking Dundee City East MSP Shona Robison has had sentence deferred for reports.
A man has been found guilty of stalking MSP Shona Robison and barraging her office with phone calls in a bid to meet her.
Dundee MSP Shona Robison has said she is “glad” a man who stalked her and sent her abusive messages for five months is receiving mental health treatment.
Concerns have been raised after it was announced a busy post office is to close for almost a month.
The Evening Telegraph is ready to take its petition calling for mandatory jail terms for people convicted of a sexual offence involving children to the Scottish Parliament.
The Tele petition urging mandatory jail terms for people convicted of a sexual offence involving children has smashed the 10,000 barrier.
An MSP has praised the Evening Telegraph’s petition calling for tougher sentencing guidelines for sexual offences against children.
A former Holyrood press officer has turned thriller writer with the launch of a new page-turner.
The treatment of 14 patients who died while receiving chemotherapy treatment at NHS Tayside is to be investigated by an independent expert in the wake of the health board’s dosage controversy.
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.