Pubs, clubs, restaurants and off-sales across Tayside and Fife are facing "chaos" because nearly half of all individuals due to renew their licence to sell alcohol failed to meet the deadline.
A city councillor has blasted education budget cuts after inspectors published a “damning and upsetting” report into failing standards at a Dundee school.
Education bosses in Dundee have been urged to act over a "damning and upsetting" report into failing standards at a city school.
Teachers in Dundee have accused council chiefs of "sabotaging the profession" after overwhelmingly rejecting a switch to a faculty structure in city schools.
A leading teaching union has warned the introduction of a faculty structure in Dundee schools will create roles that are "too big to manage" and could force educators to take industrial action.
Plans to extend a bistro's opening hours and to allow a pop-up bar have been agreed after work to resolve noise concerns.
A women's campaign group has called for an "urgent" investigation into toilet provision in Tayside schools after claiming gender neutral facilities may breach national safeguarding standards.
Licensing chiefs are pondering changes to a legal "loophole" that forces them to grant licences where there is no police objection.
Tay Road Bridge chiefs have pledged to tackle the rising number of emergency incidents reported on the crossing after admitting they are "nowhere near where we need to be" on the issue.
Families of pupils at fire-ravaged Braeview Academy have been updated on provisions for classes following the October break.