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.
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.
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.
Brassica closure: Dundee restaurant has “new occupier” but arrangements for unpaid wages remain a mystery
The company behind a failed Dundee restaurant has reportedly moved out of its former premises despite an ongoing dispute with staff over thousands of pounds of unpaid wages.
‘It doesn’t make any sense’: Dundee residents furious at Euromillions winner Gillian Bayford’s housing plan
Councillors in Dundee have agreed to let millionaire Gillian Bayford-Deans push ahead with plans to build six new homes, despite outrage from local residents.
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.
Health secretary slams ‘wrong’ NHS Tayside over scrapping of chemotherapy scandal helpline after just one week
Health secretary Jeane Freeman has blasted the decision to drop a dedicated helpline for people affected by a breast cancer treatment scandal at NHS Tayside just one week after it was launched.
Small business owners in Dundee have issued a rallying cry for firms to step up and support apprentices laid off in the wake of hundreds of job losses at building contractor McGill.