The famous Beechwood Park is no more.
The families of Carseview patients who took their own lives have reiterated their calls for an inquiry independent of the NHS, saying it would encourage more folk to come forward.
Signing himself only as “Celtic Bhoy”, he opened: “Much has been, quite rightly, made of Celtic only deploying home-grown footballers when they won the European Cup in season 1966-67.
A man who won £10,000 at a tribunal after he was sacked by Dundee FC for being off work while battling cancer has launched a fresh action against the club and managing director John Nelms.
This week marks the 70th anniversary of the NHS – and while the past is being fondly remembered by its staff and patients alike, the local health board is also looking to the future.
125 years of Dundee FC: ‘I ran and hugged Bobby Cox on the halfway line’ – Dark Blues’ famous league win remembered
Dundee Football Club’s most famous day came when they became league champions by beating St Johnstone on the final day of the 1961/62 season.
Three potential chairs of the independent inquiry into NHS Tayside’s mental health services have been identified, the health board has announced.
Murray Thomson sent in a book which he thought may be of interest to myself and BwB readers.
A cutting from November 17, 1977, said: Dundee and Hibs were last night involved in a surprise swap, which takes left-back Eric Schaedler from Easter Road to Dens Park, and Bobby Hutchinson from the Dark Blues to Edinburgh.
Drugs crisis: Bereaved dad calls for addicts to get medical heroin, claiming ‘methadone doesn’t work’
A grieving dad claims prescription heroin may have saved his son from the addiction that eventually killed him.
The new chairman of NHS Tayside has vowed to make the service more “open and transparent” as he prepares to grapple with the troubled health board’s financial problems.
“You never get over losing a child – you just learn to live with it.”
Andy Walker’s recent mention of a Scotland XI touring Hong Kong and the Far East, Australia, New Zealand and Canada in 1967 threw up some great names.
An MSP has called on the new NHS Tayside management team to ensure £2.7 million taken from charity funds is paid back.
Osborne junior legend Billy Cooper was the first to respond to Andy Walker’s plea to find the owner of a junior football medal, which he had in his possession.
Most footballers competing in the Champions League are millionaires, and their lifestyle will confirm that.
Andy Boyd replied to the “oldest living Aston Villa player”, as sent in by Fergus Baird and published on December 9.
Scottish football needs a massive shake-up.
A Dundee man who lost a kidney in his own battle with cancer is now hoping to raise money for a sick toddler’s dream to visit Orlando’s Disney World.
I’ve always reckoned Bobby Ancell was never given the credit he deserved when he was in charge of Dundee in the 1960s.