By its supporters, it’s been heralded as a major step forward in tackling Scotland’s harmful relationship with alcohol.
Drinkers in Dundee could face paying hundreds of pounds more a year to enjoy their favourite tipple.
A craft brewing company could become one of the first to occupy new units created at Dundee’s Waterfront.
Sleep deprivation disrupts brain cell communication in much the same way as alcohol, research has shown.
Dundee City Council is set to launch a Drug and Alcohol Misuse Commission in a bid to address the city’s troubled relationship with substance abuse.
It is well-established that alcohol impairs cognitive function but a new study has found that a swift drink could actually help improve your foreign language skills.
Parents drinking enough to become tipsy around their children can make them anxious, embarrassed and more likely to argue with the adults.
A Dundee beer lover is brewing up a cash boost for a city music project — by producing another batch of fundraising ale.
A health chief has called for Taysiders to “wake up” and realise the damage drink can do — after figures revealed a rise in deaths from alcohol-related liver disease.
Experts have welcomed a review that has found very limited evidence that light drinking in pregnancy harms unborn babies.
A Dundee University dental student was found to be more than three times the drink-drive limit.
A pub in London has defended its decision to charge customers £13.40 for a pint of beer.
A Dundee pub has been granted a variation to its licence to allow alcohol to be sold outside — despite a letter of objection claiming that noise was disturbing neighbours.
Dundonians are being given the chance to help shape the delivery of drug and alcohol services in the city — as part of efforts to protect children from harm caused by substance abuse.
A remembrance garden has been opened in Dundee as a “healing place” for the relatives of those who have been lost to substance abuse.
Drinking alcohol most days of the week can significantly protect against developing diabetes, a study has found.
Dundee United Football Club is looking to kick off the new league campaign with a change to its alcohol licence and function suite names.
Suzanne McCusker, 26, of Balbeggie Street, had sentence deferred at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Councillors have voted to push ahead with a new policy which will limit the sale of alcohol in Dundee.