In 2010, Jim McGovern was returned as the MP for Dundee West with a majority of 7,278.
The final evening of political sparring in The Courier’s hustings took place in Dundee last night.
Amid food banks, drugs and poverty, what really matters for Dundee is ‘building up the economy’, says retiring Bishop of Brechin
The Right Rev Dr Nigel Peyton is retiring as Bishop of Brechin after a 41-year relationship with Dundee. Here he tells Michael Alexander about recent efforts to help vulnerable people in the city – and the challenges that remain…
Dundee has been backed to benefit from upwards of 1,500 decommissioning jobs which will “definitely” come to the city.
Theresa May has dropped as huge hint her government will sign off the Tay Cities deal, securing millions of pounds to transform the local area.
Business, political and trade union leaders have united to call for Scotland’s new social security agency to be based in Dundee.
FMQs: Tories should ‘hang their heads in shame’ over Brexit ‘fatal blow’ to Dundee European Capital of Culture bid, says Nicola Sturgeon
Nicola Sturgeon tore into the Conservatives for allowing Brexit to kill off Dundee’s European Capital of Culture bid.
A former Dundee GP fears the health centre crisis will only get worse as doctors reject the “bottomless pit” demands of the profession.
The snap general election may be dominating the headlines, but Scotland goes to the polls this week in another important vote.
Close links between the V&A in Dundee and its big sister in London will be a "boon" for the UK economy, Sadiq Khan has predicted.