Dundee, Stirling and Clackmannanshire set council tax rates

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Councillors in Dundee and Clackmannanshire have approved council tax rises.

Councillors in Stirling voted to freeze the basic rate of council tax for another year.

Clackmannanshire councillors approved a 3% council tax rise during a budget meeting that saw the Labour administration resign.

The council tax will rise by 2.5% in Dundee, an increase of £30 a year for a Band D property.

Stirling residents whose homes are in property bands E, F, G or H will still see their bills rise as a result of national changes.

Perth and Kinross councillors voted for a 2% rise on Thursday.

The council tax will rise by 3% in Falkirk, an increase of £32 a year for a Band D property, following another vote on Thursday.

Scotland's 32 local authorities are deciding their council tax rates following a nine-year-long national council tax freeze.

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