Dundee’s newest councillor has welcomed the completion of the latest Dundee Decides project.
A Dundee MP has called for a review into “damaging” parking charges which have been introduced in a town in his constituency.
Politicians came together for a fundraising coffee morning in support of a disability group.
A Dundee businessman’s bid to renew his passport has been denied because authorities do not believe he is related to his dead father.
A woman has accused a contractor of damaging children’s play equipment and taking her barbecue set.
An MP is asking for measures to be looked at to ease traffic congestion at a busy crossroads – including the possibility of a box junction.
Dundee East MP Stewart Hosie lent his support to Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland (CHSS) during National Stroke Awareness Month.
Dundee MPs Chris Law and Stewart Hosie have backed pet charity the PDSA’s rollout of a new scheme to offer support to certain low-income pet owners.
Dundee East MP Stewart Hosie has offered his support to the city’s Islamic community following the “punish a Muslim day” letters that were sent out to Muslims and Islamic centres in the UK at the start of the month.
A plea to honour Scotland’s Commonwealth Games heroes with gold post boxes in their home towns has been rejected.
The railway gate on Anderson Street, Carnoustie, has finally been fixed.
Dundee East MSP Stewart Hosie has said the Tay Cities Deal is one of the major policies he will be focusing on in the coming months.
Dundee East returned the SNP’s Stewart Hosie to Westminster, with the Tories beating Labour to second place.
Despite Dundee’s new reputation as the “Yes City”, Dundee East has swung between the SNP and Labour for more than 40 years.
An SNP politician has hit out at “childish” leaflets distributed around Dundee attacking him and a party colleague.
Once the biggest risk to the average politician was being heckled or pelted with eggs.