A local businessman has pledged to build a "quality and skilled workforce" after completing the purchase of stricken Dundee building contractor McGill.
Home carers told they will not need to work ‘horror show’ shifts which would have slashed wages by up to £4,500
Care staff looking after some of Dundee’s most vulnerable residents have been told they will not be forced to work "horror show" shift patterns which would have slashed wages by up to £4,500.
Community groups in Newport have hit out at "the worst graffiti yet" after vandals tagged multiple locations over the weekend, just months after the area won a rising star award.
Civil service workers in Dundee ‘struggling to feed and house themselves after years of poverty pay’
Civil service workers in Dundee are struggling to feed and house themselves after being subjected to years of "poverty pay" and stagnant wages, a city MP has warned.
Two members of Abertay University Football Club will embark on a trip of a lifetime to Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium this week to train with club legends and learn for some of the world's top stars.
‘Groundbreaking’ support service given extension after securing £350,000 for cancer patients in Dundee
A "groundbreaking" support service which secured more than £350,000 in benefits for people affected by cancer in Dundee has been extended.
Medical students at Dundee University played noughts and crosses on body donated for training and research
Medical students at Dundee University played noughts and crosses on a cadaver donated for research and training, it has been revealed.
PICTURES: Students and staff unleash canvas of colours as Dundee University celebrates Holi Festival
Students at Dundee University added a splash of colour to their campus this weekend while celebrating the Hindu festival Holi.
Blind international student at Dundee University told to leave UK amid row over discrimination and lack of support
A blind international student at Dundee University has been told he must leave the UK with his four children in a matter of weeks amid a row over discrimination and a reported lack of support for his PhD studies.
City councillors have hit out at an increasing number of Dundee cash machines charging for withdrawals.