Barclaycard has created a contactless self-serving beer pump to help cut bar queues on nights out.
The number of alcohol-related hospital stays in Dundee has plummeted over the past eight years, new figures have revealed.
Alcohol awareness campaigns have traditionally been targeted at the binge drinker — lads getting loaded at the weekend or kids swigging cider in the park.
A drunken driver led police on a slow pursuit through Dundee city centre — after getting behind the wheel while more than four times the legal limit.
She hit out at doctors: “Don’t take my blood you vampires.”
Minimum pricing for alcohol must be brought in as a matter of urgency after judges backed the policy, doctors have said.
A woman downed a litre bottle of vodka then bit a chunk out of her boyfriend’s lip on a Dundee street.
A prominent city centre pub could be set to launch a new nightclub within its premises.
A TOP Dundee councillor with expertise in health today laid out the reasons why he believes the city must have a policy on the overprovision of alcohol.
COUNCIL chiefs have been left “red-faced” after a supermarket won its bid to sell alcohol in a new Dundee store — because of a “flawed” local stance on booze.
IN his role as a Church of Scotland minister, Bob Mallinson is a shining light of the community — someone that locals rely upon to show them how to lead peaceful and fulfilling lives.
MORE than 1,000 Dundee weekend revellers have been helped after finding themselves a little worse for wear thanks to the Safe Zone Bus initiative.
A gateway into buying illegal drugs in Dundee has been closed with the banning of legal highs, the Scottish Government’s Health Secretary has said.
A MAN was left needing stitches after he was attacked outside the pub where he regularly drinks.
A FORMER bank worker has told how he squandered £30,000 on his alcoholic lifestyle in just one year.
Nearly 500 kids have been admitted to A&E departments around Tayside for alcohol and drugs misuse in the last two years.
A MAJOR crackdown on drink-driving has seen police urge Taysiders to shop people they suspect are committing the offence on their way home from summer social events.
“It might start in the pub but it always ends up at home, drinking alone. It’s worrying.”
“I WANT people to realise how dangerous alcohol is.”
A man who stole £1,700 worth of booze from a Dundee supermarket has been jailed.