Politicians have failed to put forward solutions to Scotland’s starkest social ills including a 10-year gulf in life expectancy within Dundee, says a union boss.
Fife would be better off if Amazon had not set up shop in Dunfermline, the leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats has said.
Dundonians are being offered £10 shopping vouchers to be quizzed about Police Scotland’s under-fire stop and search policy.
A would-be Dundee MP has apologised to the city’s returning officer after he didn’t declare his election expenses.
The UK’s Energy Minister must lobby for a potential £2 billion windfarm off the Fife coast to base its operations in Dundee, an MP has said.
The energy minister said Dundee is “at the races” to win its share of £50 billion decommissioning contracts as he sought to ward off criticism his party had let down the city.
Labour’s leadership hopefuls go head-to head in a hustings in Dundee tonight. We hear what Kezia Dugdale and Ken Macintosh will do if they are elected to the position later this year.
Labour leadership hopeful Ken Macintosh accused fellow contender Kezia Dugdale of “fighting a class war” during a debate in Dundee.
On September 18 Scots will be asked to make a huge decision. The Courier wants to engage with as many readers as possible in the run-up to the independence referendum.
Almost £2 million has been awarded to Dundonians this year alone to help them cope with the effects of the so-called bedroom tax.