Police are to offer drink-drivers new devices which will breath-test them before their car starts in a first for the UK.
A drink-driver who failed to comply with his community payback order has been jailed for four months.
They say a man’s best friend is his dog — and one Tayside man is delighted to have been reunited with his.
A man who drove while more than six times the legal limit had sentence deferred for reports.
A man who drove his car while more than six times the legal alcohol limit had sentence further deferred for reports until October 13.
A Dundee University dental student was found to be more than three times the drink-drive limit.
Drivers have been warned that alcoholic ice lollies could put them over the limit this summer.
Jason Simpson, 28, of Pitscottie Road, Cupar, had sentence deferred until February 15 at Dundee Sheriff Court. Simpson admitted driving with excess alcohol (88 mg) at Nethergate and Whitehall Street on January 1.
A Dundee business owner has launched a scheme to prevent drink-driving over Christmas by offering a free vehicle recovery service for partygoers.