A drink-driver caught almost five times the alcohol limit has been fined and banned.
A number of local brewers are gearing up for a craft beer festival which will return to the city later this year.
There has been a 40% increase in the number of Tayside children admitted to hospital drunk since 2016.
A drug dealer snared after being caught behind the wheel of his car while over the alcohol limit has been jailed for two and a half years.
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.
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.
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.
Scotland’s biggest gin festival will return to Dundee this weekend.
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.
Climate change threatens the world with drought, rising sea levels, powerful storms – and a global beer crisis, say researchers.
Diabetes patients are more likely to die from alcohol-related factors, accidents or suicide, new research has found.
BrewDog has announced an international ‘Bad Beer Amnesty’ giving drinkers the opportunity to swap any mainstream lager for a pint of its new headliner beer, Lost Lager, which hits its bars today.
Aged 17, Victoria Stewart had her first drink – and found the experience a thrill.