Scotland's animal welfare charity has embarked on a gladiator task to find a new forever home for a crestfallen cockerel named Russell Crow.
An MSP has claimed Dundee residents are being shortchanged on rising revenues brought in through city business rates after the local council was forced to cut nearly £9 million from its budget.
Businesswoman delivers pay boost for staff after being inspired by Dundee’s drive to become first Living Wage city
A small businesswoman from Dundee has become one of the first employers to rise to the challenge of building a Living Wage city.
Education chiefs defend removal of blind international student as pressure grows over discrimination claims
Education chiefs have defended the decision to remove a blind international student from Dundee University despite growing pressure to reinstate him and multiple accusations of discrimination.
Dundee woman named Scotland’s Youth Worker of the Year for inspirational work with city’s young people
A Dundee woman has been named Scotland’s Youth Worker of the Year 2019 for her work empowering vulnerable city residents to turn their lives around.
Trade union warns of job losses at public health service left ‘fighting for its life’ by council cuts
A vital local public health service in Dundee which employs around 20 workers is “fighting for its life” after swingeing real-term cuts to its budget, trade union leaders have warned.
Tayside children have been urged to do some "sole searching" as part of a Dundee University project to help forensic scientists take a step forward in creating a new research database.
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.