The reduced drink-drive limit in Scotland has had no impact on cutting road accidents, a new study has found.
One of Dundee City Council’s most senior councillors has admitted she “broke the rules” at Sleep in the Park after reportedly arriving at the event under the influence of alcohol.
A woman was fined £300 and disqualified from driving for 14 months.
Police are searching for two men who stole alcohol worth a six-figure sum from a haulage firm in Renfrewshire.
A woman has relived the horror of her drink being spiked in a Dundee students’ union after campaigners called for lids to be placed on drinks in pubs and clubs.
A woman is facing claims she forced a child to drink so much alcohol that they vomited.
Shocking new statistics reveal an average of 10 people every day are turning up at A&E in Tayside for alcohol-related injuries.
A new national strategy for tackling Scotland’s drug and alcohol problems was launched in Dundee yesterday.
Ministers are pledging to take an “innovative” approach to tackling drug and alcohol addiction in Scotland, even if it makes some people “uncomfortable”.
Dundee’s pubs are preparing for a boost as a major conference taking place in the city is expected to pull in beer-lovers from across the UK.
New figures show people are being treated more often for alcohol-related conditions.
More than 23,000 Scots were taken to hospital because of their drinking last year, with people from the most deprived areas seven times more likely to need help than those in the most affluent.
Minimum unit pricing (MUP) for alcohol should be implemented in all parts of the UK and extended across Europe, a health expert has suggested.
A new study suggests people living in cold climates with less sunlight are more likely to drink heavily.
Scotland’s biggest gin festival will return to Dundee this weekend.
Round-the-clock drinking in airport bars could be scrapped as part of a crackdown on drunken behaviour by travellers.
Professional optimism across public services to emphasise the ability of people to recover from drink problems is needed to help cut Scotland’s alcohol death toll, a report has found.
Supermarket giant Tesco wants to expand its alcohol offering in two of its smaller stores in Dundee.
A DJ is aiming to put some extra fizz into the city’s nightlife – by turning an old bike shop into a prosecco and gin bar.
A new “treatment levy” should be imposed on alcohol duties to help deal with the harm caused by heavy drinking, MPs and health groups have said.