The image of a man lying with a needle in his hand in broad daylight is a sign Scotland needs to “do more” to support drug users, the public health minister says.
The commission set up to tackle Dundee’s escalating drug death toll will not publish its findings on time, it has announced.
“Bucketloads” of fake Valium tablets costing as little as 20p each are flooding into Dundee from Liverpool – and it’s claimed they are being sold openly in the city centre.
The chairman of Dundee’s new drug commission has vowed that it will result in “different” outcomes from previous efforts.
The chairman of Dundee’s new drugs commission has said his top priority is to stop people dying because of their addiction.
A Tayside health chief has revealed plans to increase access to naloxone in a bid to prevent drug deaths.