Dundee West parliamentary candidate Jim Malone has been accused of anti-Semitism over comments made in newly uncovered footage.
A review into the deaths of 14 patients who were offered lower than standard chemotherapy doses by NHS Tayside has found it is "unlikely" the treatment had an effect on their prognosis.
Dundee Pensioner’s Forum ‘very hopeful’ shower charges will be scrapped following meetings with council leader
A Dundee senior citizens' group believes it may be on the verge of victory in its battle to have controversial weekly shower charges scrapped.
Civil service workers in Dundee ‘struggling to feed and house themselves after years of poverty pay’
Civil service workers in Dundee are struggling to feed and house themselves after being subjected to years of "poverty pay" and stagnant wages, a city MP has warned.
A man had to be rescued from the River Tay after attempting to swim from Dundee to Fife in swimming trunks.
Dundee High School chairman pledges ‘complete confidence’ in leadership following tribunal criticism
The chairman of Dundee High School has reaffirmed his "complete confidence" in its leadership following criticisms levelled at the current rector and deputy rector during an employment tribunal.
HES workers ‘more convinced than ever’ unpaid wages will not be honoured after talks with business minister
Former Dundee employees of a collapsed clinical waste firm say they are "more convinced than ever" an estimated £300,000 in unpaid wages will not be honoured after meeting with business minister Jamie Hepburn.
A building firm boss has been accused of taunting a cat lover who successfully sued him for £20,000 over poor workmanship - by renaming his failed business Katlady Services.
Union chiefs have slammed the "inconceivable" decision of NHS Tayside to confirm backdated pay increases for healthcare assistants who are members of Unison, while leaving others as they were.
Council told to justify ‘alarming’ £320,000 in payments to suspended staff in wake of misconduct probes
Council chiefs have been told to justify "alarming" payments of more than £320,000 to suspended staff over the past two years.