The principal of Dundee and Angus College has announced he will retire from the role next year.
Dundee city councillor threatens to quit SNP in heated transgender rights row with leading party colleague
A complaint procedure has been launched against a Dundee councillor for "abusing" an SNP colleague in a row over transgender rights.
A Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership chief has pledged his 'total commitment' to establishing a new 24-hour mental health crisis centre in the city.
Leading figures from the worlds of video games, archaeology, computer science and art staged have examined how immersive new technologies could reshape reality.
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.
The owner of an award-winning Newport cafe is looking for someone to take over the reigns following her cancer diagnosis last year.
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.
Tayside and Fife campaigners call for rethink on Universal Credit as food banks admit they are struggling to cope
Charities across Tayside and Fife have admitted they are struggling to cope with the strain of Universal Credit amid calls for a wider rollout of the controversial benefit to be scrapped.
‘Renaissance on Reform Street’: How the area once known as Dundee’s Savile Row is transforming its fortunes
Business leaders have hailed 'a renaissance on Reform Street' as the area once known as Dundee's Savile Row continues to transform its fortunes following years of decline.
Health chiefs warn £3.5m share of overspend on local services cannot be absorbed by cash-strapped NHS Tayside
Health chiefs have warned a £3.5 million overspend on local services in Dundee and Perth is too high to be absorbed by cash-strapped NHS Tayside coffers.