Addiction to video games is to be listed as a disorder for the first time by the World Health Organisation.
For the first time in its four-year history, the Scottish Recovery Walk is being held in Dundee.
A heroin addict was twice found unconscious in a drug-induced state by members of the public in two separate places within a month, Dundee Sheriff court was told.
Russell Brand has said his drug addiction is “still echoing around in my mad mind”.
A drug addict told shop security staff he had HIV and threatened to stab them with a needle.
A community hub designed to tackle social problems in Dundee could be set for expansion after a “hugely successful” first year.
Health chiefs have revealed their top four key priorities for tackling substance misuse in Dundee.
Syringes and other associated drug paraphernalia have been found lying in the street near a Dundee school.
A former Dundee heroin addict and drug dealer wants to use her experiences to help other people going through the same issues.
The heartbroken grandmother of a Dundee addict with a staggering 65 convictions has opened her heart about how drugs have ruined the lives of his whole family.
This is the face of a Dundee man who has been addicted to hard drugs since he was just 12 years old.
A recovering Dundee alcoholic and former high-flying lawyer has spoken of the moment he was told by doctors he was on “the edge” of no return.
The number of methadone prescriptions dished out in Tayside has dropped for the second year running, according to new figures.
“I’ve beaten cancer and a 25-year battle with the bottle — I want to show others it’s never too late to change.”
“Shooting galleries” give addicts approval to destroy their lives, a Dundee clergyman has warned.
A Dundee addiction charity has warned of a rogue batch of drugs circulating in the city.
Fake tablets designed to look like Valium are putting people’s lives at risk in Dundee, a leading charity worker said today.
POLICE are awaiting lab results on substances recovered across Dundee and Angus in the days after the law changed on so-called legal highs.
A FORMER bank worker has told how he squandered £30,000 on his alcoholic lifestyle in just one year.