A woman campaigning for public access defibrillators told MSPs she is doing so in memory of her 10-year-old son.
A grandad has praised the group of pals who saved his life when he collapsed during an ice hockey session.
A woman campaigning for public access defibrillators after her 10-year-old son collapsed and died will give evidence to MSPs.
Pupils at a Dundee primary school have helped their community by raising funds for an on-street defibrillator.
A lifesaving defibrillator is available seven days a week in an Angus town centre church, thanks to the generous donation of a member of the congregation.
Tayside Police are asking for help to find vandals who struck outside a police station.
Pupils from a Dundee primary school have raised money to provide a new defibrillator outside a shop in St Mary’s.
Dundee butchers Ian and Lee Dunbar have bought a defibrillator for their shop after successfully completing a two-month fundraising campaign.
A Dundee butcher has launched a fundraising campaign to give people in the West End 24-hour access to a defibrillator.
Angela ‘eternally grateful’ to off-duty doctor and nurse who saved her life after collapsing in Dundee park
A lifesaving defibrillator has been donated to Broughty Ferry YMCA – with help from a woman whose own life was saved by a mystery medical duo.
The family of a biker killed in an accident last year are raising funds to ensure something positive comes out of the tragedy.
A telephone box in the centre of a rural Perthshire town has been fitted with new life-saving kit.
A charity which helps the homeless has thanked the public for donations of sleeping bags and £920 to refurbish life-saving equipment.
Lifesaving equipment installed following a fundraising drive has been ripped from a wall in St Andrews.
A Tayside nurse has pledged to donate money to fix or replace a community defibrillator damaged by vandals.
As part of the Tele’s Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign, reporter James Simpson took part in a first aid training session to find out exactly what’s involved in learning life-saving techniques.
An Angus village is launching a major fundraising drive for a community defibrillator and lifesaving telephone system.
Rail bosses have been criticised for keeping vital emergency life-saving equipment in a locked cabinet.
A drunken man stole a £21,500 defibrillator from paramedics — forcing them to attend an emergency call without the life-saving device.
An assurance has been given that a redeployment of defibrillators will not leave Tayside short.