Voters across the UK will go to the polls on May 23 to elect Members of the European Parliament.
The Catholic Church is demanding urgent talks with Perth and Kinross Council after it controversially withdrew voting rights from religious representatives on education committees.
The Government’s current arrangements for helping blind voters do not allow people to vote independently and are unlawful, the High Court has ruled.
Northern Ireland’s political leaders have cast their votes in the local government elections.
Councillors have moved to prevent prisoner votes from “skewing” the results of knife-edge elections in Perth and Kinross.
Dundee Women's Festival has been saved from closure and will come back "bigger and better" this year.
Dundee citizens are being asked to help decide how to spend more than £1 million of council cash.
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Fifers braved the rain and headed to the polls in droves on Thursday to have their say on the country’s future.
Voting in the 2017 General Election begins tomorrow following weeks of campaigning from the UK’s political parties. As the deadline nears, and with the polls predicting the gap between the Conservatives and the Labour is narrowing, we are asking people if they have made up their mind on which way they will vote.