Nearly two in three negotiators have admitted to lying when trying to sell to other businesses, a survey has revealed.
Dundee has been ranked as the "quietest" city in Scotland in a national survey.
Almost half of Britons support the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to “step back” as senior royals, according to a new survey.
News that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are step back as ‘senior’ members of the royal family and work to become “financially independent” has caused controversy at a time when the monarchy comes under increased scrutiny.
As revealed yesterday in the Tele, Dundee United are on course to equal a record number of wins in a season, as they look for their ninth win in a row as Ayr travel to Tannadice this Saturday.
Some will regard it as being as traditional as pulling crackers, opening gifts and watching The Queen's speech.
Bosses at a women’s charity say they are “disappointed” after a survey revealed many people believe men should be able to pay for sex.
Just one in 20 Black Friday deals is genuine, according to damning research by a consumer group.
A controversial garden waste fee has been overwhelmingly rejected in an online poll.
Some Dundee residents have been left outraged by the council’s planned collection fees for garden waste.
Union looks at ‘bullying’: GMB survey will ask Dundee City Council staff to bring forward any concerns
Council staff who believe they are victims of bullying in the workplace are being given the chance to report their concerns anonymously.
A community centre fears its services could bear the brunt of future council budget cuts.
Residents are set to have their say on where Dundee City Council should make cutbacks as the authority aims to save £17.3 million next year.
A young Dundee woman whose former boyfriend was acquitted of raping her believes that if the not proven verdict was not available her alleged attacker might have been found guilty.
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A new survey aimed at finding out more about public attitudes to gender-based violence has been launched in Dundee.
Dundee City Council has revealed contingency plans which could see tinned and frozen food distributed to schools and care services in the event of a no deal Brexit.
A Low Emission Zone for Dundee will come a step closer next week if councillors back the latest stage of development.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has suffered a crucial loss in the Supreme Court today, as justices have decided his decision to prorogue parliament was unlawful.
With the news that alcohol deaths have reduced by up to a fifth in some areas since minimum pricing was introduced in Scotland, we want to know what you think of the policy.