Communities across Tayside and Fife could benefit from a new £7 million fund set up to improve the lives of ordinary people.
Custody officers responsible for moving criminals between Scotland’s prisons and courts will begin voting today on whether to take industrial action over low wages and safety concerns.
Bishop warns removing council voting rights from church seen as first step to wiping out Catholic schools
The Bishop of Dunkeld has warned a proposal to remove voting rights from church representatives on Dundee's education committee will be seen as the first step to wiping out Catholic schools.
Councillors in Dundee have roundly rejected a proposal to remove voting rights from non-elected members on the city’s education committee.
Public sector workers union calls on HMRC to support Dundee staff who have been treated ‘appallingly’
A leading public sector workers union has called on ministers to protect jobs for HMRC staff in Dundee or help them transfer to new roles at the city's Social Security Scotland headquarters.
A Dundee council employee who quit in September after being accused of stealing authority-owned smoke alarms and selling them for a five-figure profit has still not been questioned by police, it can be revealed.