Furious Dundee homeowners have hit out at the introduction of charges for garden waste collection from next year.
Council report outlines fears of disruption to food, fuel and medicine in Dundee in wake of no-deal Brexit
Council chiefs in Dundee say they have been warned of potential disruption to food, fuel and medicines in the wake of a no-deal Brexit.
A woman left shortchanged by a building firm that folded after she was awarded £20,000 for a botched conservatory job has been assured the UK Government intends to introduce new legal protections.
Volunteers ‘absolutely distraught’ after vandals target Dundee sensory garden for second time in days
Volunteers behind a sensory garden for children with additional support needs in Dundee say they are "absolutely distraught" after vandals targeted it twice in a matter of days.
Scottish Government accused of ‘dereliction of duty’ over McGill collapse amid claims jobs could have been saved
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has accused the Scottish Government of a "dereliction of duty" over the collapse of Dundee building contractor McGill.
Council leader rubbishes claim parking levy charges could be introduced in Dundee ‘in a matter of months’
City council leader John Alexander has rubbished claims parking levy charges could be introduced in Dundee in a matter of months.
Robbie McIntosh victim Linda McDonald given assurance from Nicola Sturgeon that lessons will be learned
A woman left fighting for her life after a savage attack at the hands of convicted killer Robbie McIntosh has been given a personal assurance from Nicola Sturgeon that lessons will be learned from her ordeal.
Dundee Labour and Liberal Democrats to put forward alternative budgets ahead of crunch council meeting
Labour and the Liberal Democrats have confirmed they will each put forward alternative Dundee City Council budgets ahead of a crunch meeting of the policy and resources committee next week.
Council leader hails introduction of workplace parking levy powers but rules out using them in Dundee
City council leader John Alexander has been accused of telling other authorities to "do as I say, not as I do" after he hailed new workplace parking levy powers - then ruled out using them in Dundee.
Summer of Games could ‘cement’ Dundee as international innovation hub and inspire budding local developers
A four-month gaming extravaganza in Dundee will "cement" the city as an international hub of innovation and inspire a new generation of budding local developers, industry figures have predicted.