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.
Businesses at Dundee’s City Quay are locked in a row over noise and “rude” visitors amid plans to hold functions at a nearby unit.
Councillors are set to introduce new guidelines on the sale of alcohol — which are more stringent than ever before.
A drink-driver crashed into the railings of a Dundee church at speed — narrowly missing a row of parked cars.
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.
Police in Broughty Ferry have launched a new initiative targeted at the area’s late night economy.
Giving or serving alcohol to a child or young person in a public place is now an offence in Scotland after new laws were introduced.
Community leaders have defended the name of Dundee’s newest bar — after West End residents complained it could lead to “irresponsible drinking”.
Dundee’s Alcohol and Drugs Partnership has revealed its key priorities for the year — tackling deprivation and so-called “legal highs”.
A 26-year-old man stole a quantity of alcohol from a Dundee supermarket.
Harmful drinking is costing Tayside’s public services £146 million each year, according to a new report.
A man has been detained after a shop was targeted in a suspected “smash and grab” yesterday.
When police in Arkansas pulled over a man late on a Friday night, they perhaps expected protests that he wasn’t driving under the influence.
“I’ve beaten cancer and a 25-year battle with the bottle — I want to show others it’s never too late to change.”
A community group has opposed the plans of two Dundee restaurants to allow booze to be taken out of the premises.
John Rodger has always lived life in the fast lane — and the former speedway star, actor and welder says he has seen it all.