A statement from a Dundee woman who was left fighting for her life after a savage attack at the hands of convicted killer Robbie McIntosh was cited at Holyrood during a fiery debate on whole life sentences.
Police in Tayside have warned the public to remain vigilant after a series of thefts involving distraction techniques at small shops and businesses.
Dundee University reaffirms Living Wage commitment after it emerges 46 staff were paid below minimum rate
Dundee University has reaffirmed its commitment to the Living Wage after it emerged 46 employees were paid below the rate, regarded as the minimum necessary for workers to meet their basic needs.
Dundee candidate Chris Law used public cash to investigate claims he ‘humiliated’ councillor working in his office
A Dundee parliamentary candidate spent thousands of pounds of public money to investigate claims he failed to protect a city councillor working in his office from physical and emotional abuse.
Trade union launches online calculator to highlight ‘shocking’ real-term wage losses ahead of strike ballot
Dundee organisers of Scotland's largest public sector-workers union have launched a new online calculator in a bid to highlight real-term wage losses for their members.
Students in Dundee are set to protest their own graduation ceremony over the treatment of a blind academic who has been told to leave the UK in the wake of a university discrimination row.
HES workers urge bosses to ‘do the decent thing’ and deliver unpaid wages as many turn to food banks
Workers at a troubled clinical waste firm have issued an open letter pleading with bosses to "do the decent thing" and deliver unpaid wages to staff, some of whom have been forced to use food banks.
Workers protest outside Brassica after director tells them he has ‘no legal obligation’ to cover money owed to staff
Workers at a closure-hit Dundee restaurant have staged a protest outside its former premises after a director told them he has "no legal obligation" to cover thousands of pounds owed to staff.
NHS Tayside re-opens chemotherapy scandal helpline after health secretary blasts ‘wrong’ closure after just one week
A dedicated helpline for patients affected by the NHS Tayside chemotherapy scandal has re-opened after Scotland's health secretary blasted the decision to close it after just one week.
Courier readers are being offered the chance to own treasures they helped harvest in a nationwide charity appeal which has already raised over £20,000.