Season 1970-71 was a horrendous season for the Scotland national team, according to one reader’s memory.
Last week, Rob Boag gave a slightly different version of events to the one which sees a famous scoreline as a world record – Arbroath 36 Bon Accord 0.
One thing about listening to former footballers is that most now feel free to tell wee “inside stories” from their time in the game.
In late June this year, the Tele news pages told of the tale of Angus Barbieri.
I enjoyed a couple of evenings with a Lochee United legend earlier this summer.
The chief of a patients’ rights group has called for a “no compromise” outcome to a mental health inquiry after NHS bosses were able to suggest amendments to its first critical report.
The independence of Tayside’s mental health probe has been cast into doubt after it emerged its first report was delayed so NHS chiefs could suggest changes.
NHS Tayside has several years to go before it can be considered back at the top of its game – according to its former chairman.
Auditors believe NHS Tayside’s financial management has improved following a series of scandals last year, according to a new draft report.
It is not just on the pitch that footballers sustain injuries.
NHS chiefs have admitted mental health needs to be “higher up the agenda” after services were given a scathing report by the leader of an independent inquiry.
NHS Tayside’s interim chairman is to step down in the near future after 15 months of bringing the health board into line.
NHS Tayside has pledged it will “learn lessons” from the findings of a damning parliamentary report on years of financial woes and mismanagement.
Cash-strapped NHS Tayside will have to cut almost £100 million from its budget over the next three years, board leaders have admitted.
Regular contributor Jimmy Borland sent in a couple of photos.
Tayside health chiefs are set to measure their performance with “a level of discipline and rigour” under clear-cut targets set for the next year.
Bosses at NHS Tayside have been praised after making “significant improvements” to the organisation following crises earlier this year.
A former MP has warned NHS Tayside’s low staff flu jab rates are a “ticking timebomb”.
Donations from as far afield as the United States have flooded in to help rebuild a Dundonian man’s allotment after it was destroyed by fire.
A new twin operating theatre for Tayside Children’s Hospital could be open by 2020, health chiefs have revealed.