Union chiefs have called off bin strike action in Dundee after councillors agreed to scrap a policy of compulsory redundancies.
Members of the three largest trade unions in Dundee gathered outside the council last night to protest the decision not to let them speak in the chamber about industrial action that could be on the horizon.
Dundee City Council has forked out more than £6,400 in a bid to prepare councillors for media interviews – despite providing its own training at no cost the year before.
Leaders of Dundee’s main trade unions were among those speaking out against the cuts.
Union members in Dundee have given the city council a bittersweet Valentine’s Day card – asking the local authority not to “break their hearts”.
A march and demonstration against budget cuts is to be held in Dundee.
Residents in Maryfield will have plenty of chances to get their five a day with another allotment due to open in the area.
Tayside schoolchildren could soon be eating frozen school dinners instead of fresh meals prepared in city schools.
Thousands of physical and verbal assaults on council staff have taken place in the last six years – with an average of almost two reported every day.
About 500 city council workers have voted overwhelmingly to reject a pay offer from Cosla.
A worker has been sacked amid a Dundee City Council probe into missing tools.
A former GP surgery that closed its doors earlier this year could be set for a new lease of life.
Smokers in Dundee are still being fined for lighting up on buses, in work vehicles and in other public places — more than a decade after a country-wide ban was introduced.
Organisers have hailed the success of this year’s Stobfest Gala Day, which was held on Saturday.
Up to 2,000 people are expected to descend on Stobswell for the area’s community festival.