A drop-in drug treatment centre had to close for a day because of staff shortages.
The treatment of 14 patients who died while receiving chemotherapy treatment at NHS Tayside is to be investigated by an independent expert in the wake of the health board’s dosage controversy.
NHS Tayside has drawn a line under a scandal that erupted over a senior director’s political badges and wristbands.
One of Dundee’s Islamic leaders has warned the killings in New Zealand could happen anywhere in the world – “Dundee included”.
The embattled Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in Dundee today to deliver his keynote speech at the party’s Scottish conference.
A reader has contacted the Evening Telegraph regarding Dundee-based MSP Jenny Marra calling for a replacement for Ninewells.
A local MSP has called for Ninewells to be replaced over a £12 million electricity upgrade.
NHS bosses have launched an investigation into a senior manager over claims he wore political badges to a public meeting.
Plans to broadcast Dundee City Council meetings have been met with a mixed response from residents.
Local MSP Jenny Marra is set to launch the latest edition of an event that celebrates female entrepreneurs from across Dundee.
A local MSP has called on Dr Drew Walker to give evidence to the Dundee Drug Misuse Commission, following news he had resigned from his role on the new panel.
Another GP practice in Dundee will be taken over by NHS Tayside following problems recruiting doctors.
Lives are being put at risk due to rocketing waiting times for mental health patients in Tayside, it has been claimed.
Children in care in Dundee are being failed by the council’s education system, it has claimed.
A Dundee-based MSP has called for a training scheme to be introduced in the city to help recovering drug addicts find work.
NHS Tayside has promised it will repay more than £2.7 million worth of donations used to plug a deficit in its core budget.
An MSP has called on the new NHS Tayside management team to ensure £2.7 million taken from charity funds is paid back.
NHS Tayside bosses scurried to protect themselves on Thursday over their handling of an accounting scandal that has contributed to a £12.1 million black hole in the board’s finances.
The Scottish Government has been accused of failing Dundee youngsters seeking work after leaving school.
Bosses at NHS Tayside are already preparing for a £4 million overspend next year, it has been revealed.