Businesses across Tayside are calling for more flights to UK cities amid calls for the reintroduction of a direct Dundee flight to London City.
Chris Law MP
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.
Leading industry figures and local politicians have issued a stark warning over the future of Dundee and Angus farming amid fears continued Brexit uncertainty could put jobs and businesses at risk.
Calls for urgent action over future of Sidlaw House staff left in limbo following jobs transfer ‘betrayal’
A city MP has called for "urgent action" over the future of HMRC staff in Dundee facing uncertainty over the closure of Sidlaw House and collapse of a promised jobs transfer.
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.
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.
Dundee City Council will vote to decide whether Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi should become the first person to be stripped of the Freedom of Dundee.
Pro-Union groups have been rebuffed after asking Dundee Conservatives to help film an independence march this weekend.
The fiasco surrounding Dundee's ultimately failed bid to become European Capital of Culture has cost the city and wider region a potential £140 million.
Dundee SNP MP Chris Law has written to the leader of the Scottish Conservatives furious about the actions of one of her party members.