Local kids have joined forces to take part in a hard-hitting campaign to stop bullying in Dundee.
Worried Dundee mums are warning other parents about a “sickening” online suicide game that has reached the city.
The fact that more adults in Dundee have a mental health condition than the Scottish average might not come as much of a surprise.
As a young woman she was taunted and teased for no reason other than the fact she had red hair.
Domestic abuse survivors and campaigners in Dundee have urged women and girls suffering violence or abuse at the hands of partners to get behind a global call to action.
A walk across the Tay Road Bridge in support of people suffering from mental issues was so successful it’s going to be held twice a week.
The organisers of a new group set up in Dundee to give people a chance to talk about their mental health issues say they are astounded at the response it has received.
A student mental health nurse has used her talents as a make-up artist to show young girls that beauty is more than just skin deep.
A mother whose daughter was filmed taking part in an attack on a fellow schoolgirl has come forward in a bid to end the “culture of bullying” at the school.