The parents of a Dundee girl killed in a dog attack have despaired at the lack of progress in reducing fatalities on the 30th anniversary of their daughter’s death.
Workers to get ‘right to own’ their firms under Labour plan amid warning the model is ‘not a magic bullet’
Workers should be handed a legal right to buy their companies when they face closure or are up for sale, a Dundee conference will be told.
Councils would have an extra £124 million to spend if they improved counter-fraud measures and clamped down on blunders, says a watchdog.
Dundee has the highest proportion of electric vehicles in its council fleet in Scotland - but its neighbours lag below the national average.
Frank’s Law is at risk from a shortage of care workers, says campaigner Amanda Kopel.
A campaigner who blames NHS Tayside for not doing more to save her uncle from suicide has told MSPs she is also being failed by the service.
Fears have been raised over the launch of Dundee’s low emission zone after it was claimed at least 100 of the city’s buses fail to meet basic environmental standards.
An SNP MP accused the Prime Minister of laying a trap for Jeremy Corbyn to dilute her responsibility for Brexit.
A Dundee MP missed Monday night’s Brexit votes because he was in hospital.
Health chiefs in Tayside are increasing chemotherapy doses for breast cancer patients after treatment was found to be out of step with other boards.