A bid to place Dundee at the centre of a worldwide culture festival could see the city springboard onto the global stage, council leader John Alexander has claimed.
Scottish Government does not know where Dundee social security hub will be based despite recruitment drive
The Scottish Government has admitted it still does not know where Dundee's new social security headquarters will be based, despite launching a recruitment drive for the centre.
Police Scotland has admitted officers in Tayside are being forced to drive 15-year-old vehicles amid claims the force's estate is "crumbling".
Dundee students vow to “ramp up” pressure on university bosses following first round of pensions strikes
Dundee students protesting changes to their lecturers’ pensions say they will "ramp up" pressure on university bosses, despite the first round of strikes coming to an end.
A North East MSP has backed a campaign to save a "vital" local bus service in Dundee and Angus.
A new Dundee tourism venture has been backed by Scottish Government ministers at a leading industry conference held in the city.
More than £700 — including cash destined for charity — has been stolen from a Dundee takeaway.
Charities demand answers after Police Scotland claims it’s ‘too costly’ to track youth alcohol problem
Leading charities have demanded answers after Police Scotland claimed it is "too costly" to track Tayside's youth drinking problem.
City councillors have welcomed new measures to address period poverty in Dundee schools.
A Dundee city councillor has slammed the firm behind a new 150-room waterfront hotel after it was named and shamed for failing to pay the minimum wage.