Prince William has said he is "optimistic" a positive outcome will be found for workers at the Michelin Dundee factory after meeting staff and their families.
A campaign to safeguard free TV licences for over-75s has received the backing of Dundee West MP Chris Law.
Months of untreated clinical waste, hazards ‘forgotten’ on HGV trailers and disease fears at Dundee HES site
A troubled firm built up a huge backlog of untreated clinical waste at its Dundee site, stored materials for months on HGV trailers and failed to adhere to basic incineration standards, according to official reports.
Dundee has among the worst quality of life anywhere in the country, according a survey conducted by the Bank of Scotland.
HES bosses accused of sending invoice for work completed by unpaid staff using separate company and bank account
Bosses at a collapsed clinical waste firm issued invoices for collections made by unpaid staff using a separate company and bank account, it has been claimed.
Councillor calls for busy A90 footbridge to be torn down and replaced by ‘modern pedestrian crossings’ amid safety fears
A senior Dundee councillor has called for a footbridge near one of the A90's busiest roundabouts to be torn down and replaced with "modern pedestrian crossings" after raising concerns about its safety.
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.
An iconic Dundee fishing tackle and sporting guns store has been put up for sale after the owner announced his intention to leave the industry and take semi-retirement.
Organisers of the national Trans Pride event have chosen Dundee as its next host following the success of the city's first Pride march last year.
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.