Drug deaths could be set to rise in 2019 after figures suggested almost as many people have died using illicit substances in the first 10 months of the year as in the whole of 2018.
Christmas Eve is traditionally one of those times of the year when you can wrap the final few presents and kick back stress-free with a beverage in the warmth of your home – but that was not the case for Annemarie Ward.
The law in Scotland is changing to introduce an opt out system for organ and tissue donation for deceased donors in autumn next year.
Managers of an alcohol rehabilitation centre say the impact of Universal Credit on service users has left the facility struggling to balance the books.
Our mailbag was bulging this week as people had their say on the proposed idea of safe consumption rooms in Dundee - an idea backed by Dundee MSP and public health minister Joe FitzPatrick.
Dundee drug deaths: Four key areas of policy that could turn the tide in the fight against drug deaths
The ever-rising number of drug-related deaths in Dundee is a sign UK drug policy is not working, critics say.
Dundee West MSP Joe Fitzpatrick has publicly backed safe consumption spaces for the taking of drugs.
A bill to introduce an "opt-out" system for organ and tissue donation in Scotland has been passed by Holyrood.
Two NHS Tayside services have scooped UNICEF awards.
The number of drug deaths in Dundee linked to etizolam has risen by more than 500%.
A young woman who claims to have recorded herself being raped by her former boyfriend has taken her campaign for a change in the law to a Dundee MSP.
A former Holyrood press officer has turned thriller writer with the launch of a new page-turner.
More than three quarters of former McGill apprentices left unemployed after the company collapsed have already found new roles.
The growing fallout from the collapse of McGill has impacted the construction of a major building at Dundee’s Central Waterfront.
Dundee West MSP Joe FitzPatrick has lent his support to Linda McDonald’s fight to get the law changed on prisoners on parole.
A new national strategy for tackling Scotland’s drug and alcohol problems was launched in Dundee yesterday.
New figures show people are being treated more often for alcohol-related conditions.
Politicians have tried out a virtual reality therapy which is being trialled to help people with neurological conditions.
Two Dundee-based MSPs have racked up more than a quarter of the total spend by Holyrood politicians on taxpayer-funded hotel dining in Edinburgh.
A charity seeking to aid the recovery of armed forces veterans has officially opened a special garden.