There is much to commend Dundee.
Readers have been having their say on STV's documentary on drug addiction, which focused on the problems in Dundee.
Canadian experts who visited Dundee this month believe shooting galleries could help reduce drug deaths in the city.
Drug addicts say they are reluctant to carry a lifesaving device containing an antidote to opioid overdose as they believe police will search them if they see it.
Overdose protection activists have warned experts in Dundee that policies must change before drug deaths soar.
The number of used needles found on Dundee’s streets has fallen dramatically after an initiative targeted problem areas.
Sentence was deferred on a man caught with more than £200 worth of heroin.
I read about the man who could be facing a custodial sentence for making cannabis-infused chocolate treats.
Brian Middleton, of Mossgiel Crescent, has been tagged for drug possession.
A north-east man who lost both his legs to heroin has been jailed after selling the drug to undercover police officers.
Dennis Cox, 34, is charged with carrying out a hammer attack on two people.
A drug dealer has been jailed after she was caught with heroin worth more than £61,000 in her home.
Class A drugs with a potential ‘street’ value of £52,000 have been seized from a vehicle which was stopped by police.
Two women have been arrested after £52,000 worth of drugs was recovered from a vehicle on the A96.
Drug dealers had almost 200kg of heroin and cocaine seized by police in Scotland last year, and more than 25,000 ecstasy tablets were confiscated.
A dopey drug dealer was caught weighing heroin in his living room during a police raid.
A man blamed being shot nearly four decades ago for being caught with heroin.
A heroin dealer snared after his DNA was found on the airbag of a car he'd crashed at a busy Dundee junction before running off has been jailed for almost three-and-a-half years.
A criminal released early from jail on a tag got involved in drug supply ring after being told it would take two-and-a-half months before he would be given benefits by Universal Credit bosses.
A grieving mum is still seeking answers 11 years after her son died at the Carseview Centre.