City planners will call for sett paving in the city's Nethergate to be torn up following a row over road repairs that sunk just months after they were completed.
Repairs carried out on a city centre road that sank again just months later were chosen for ‘aesthetic' reasons rather than longevity, Dundee City Council has admitted.
A Dundee West End councillor said he “does not accept” advice about the demolition of a block of flats in the area was “misleading”.
The ex-wife of a London security firm boss has been given an eight-month jail term by a High Court judge after being accused of forgery during a legal wrangle following a marriage breakdown.
Sir, – I am following two contrasting stories which highlight vested interests and the democratic deficit. Let me explain. Firstly, the West End traders’ frustration at the delay in getting their “branding identity" ready for the V&A opening (“West End community group leader hits out over ‘brand’ setbacks”, The Courier, February 5).
Police have reissued an appeal for information following the sexual assault of a woman in Dundee's West End.
A frustrated Dundee community council leader has hit out over setbacks in establishing a "brand" to capitalise on interest in the city's new V&A museum.
Dundee's West End is to launch its own brand to capitalise on tourists visiting the city's new V&A museum.
A popular Dundee restaurant has closed suddenly.
It is taking an "absolute age" to arrange a much-promised meeting between elected representatives and Ninewells parking chiefs, according to a councillor.