With news that 27,000 people visited V&A Dundee in its first week, we wanted to get your views on the city’s new attraction.
The readers who took part in our poll were clear in their views on how those who prey on children should be dealt with.
Dundonians are said to spend tens of millions of pounds on fixed odds betting terminals every year. So following today’s announcement that the maximum stake on these machines will now be £2, instead of £100, we want to know if you think it’s a good idea. Let us know your views in our poll below.
A number of criminals who have committed sex crimes involving children have been allowed to walk free from court in Dundee in recent months.
A Dundee University student is researching whether the Waterfront regeneration project is likely to succeed in its aim of improving the fortunes of people across the city.
Protect education, waste management and social care — but do not raise our council tax.
The Tele is asking you what you think of your own child’s education.
Dundee City Council has appealed for Tele readers to give their views as it tries to make £20 million worth of cuts from its budget next year
Dundee City Council has appealed for Tele readers to give their views after announcing it is trying to cut £20 million from its budget next year.
Giving drug addicts the support they need to recover is the best way to tackle Dundee’s issues with substance abuse.
With public meetings being held over proposed changes to bus routes in Dundee, and a shake-up on the way, we want to hear your views on what works – and what doesn’t – when it comes to services in the city and surrounding areas.
It’s a silent killer which is thought to claim the lives of 2,500 Scots every year — air pollution.
Friends of Dudhope Park are asking the people of Dundee to complete a survey regarding the provision of public toilet facilities in the park.
Dundee has ranked ninth in the UK for cheapest pint, according to a survey released today.
Demand for taxis in Dundee has soared over the past two years, a survey has revealed.
Dundee City Council meets today to set its budget — and faces cutting £6.39 million from its spending to balance the books.
Dundee City Council should cut back on major projects and staffing to make £12.5 million in savings — while protecting education and social care.
Every year, British women spend 33 hours each preparing for Christmas – amounting to three months over the course of a lifetime.
A better standard of roads and pavements, more buses, new housing and a cleaner city.
Dundee City Council is putting together new community plans for the coming years – and is running a consultation, Engage Dundee, to ask for people’s views, which will help shape the future of their area.