Police Scotland have charged three people following the alleged recovery of a five-figure sum of drugs in the Inchmichael area.
Police have welcomed the prison sentences given to four men involved in the supply of heroin and cocaine in Dundee.
A woman tossed a bag of class-A drugs out of a window after spotting police at a Dundee property.
Residents living in a tenement that has become a shooting gallery say it’s only a matter of time before they come across a dead body in the close outside their homes.
Mhairi Taylor, of Moncur Crescent, is accused of stealing a pair of pyjamas from a supermarket.
A man has admitted being caught in possession of heroin.
A man caught with heroin worth up to nearly £4,000 has dodged a jail term.
Karen Campbell, of Westcroft Road, and Elaine Ann Whyte, of Mauchline Avenue, appeared on petition over drug dealing claims.
Daniel Cahill, of Blackness Road, denies spitting on an officer and threatening to infect him.
A Dundee woman is to stand trial after denying that she injected a woman with a drug thought to be heroin, causing her to overdose and require hospital treatment.
A man has been charged with possessing heroin at City Churches. Neil McWilliams, of Deveron Terrace, was allegedly caught with the drug at the Nethergate church on July 10. McWilliams, 48, had his case continued without plea until November 6.
Name a country plagued with a spiralling drug death toll, dirty needles lining the streets and families mourning loved ones lost to substances.
A woman caught with almost £5,000 worth of heroin down her trousers has been jailed.
Janet Duncan, of South Road, is to stand trial accused of drug dealing.
A woman has admitted being involved in drug dealing at a city flat.
Three people have been arrested and charged after drugs were recovered in Dundee.
A recovering heroin addict whose son died as a result of drugs has thrown her weight behind the potential introduction of safe consumption areas.
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I have said before that our city is caught between two narratives – a story of austerity and another of prosperity.
A Dundee charity worker who uses his dog Wolfy to interact with homeless people has led tributes to a woman he helped who died earlier this month.
Nicola Shirkey, 38, admitted being caught with heroin worth more than £1,800.