Hours after a summit that targeted a worrying increase in fatal overdoses, two more drug-related deaths occurred in Dundee.
Those dealing with the scourge of drug addiction in the city have called for “shooting galleries” following advice from Canadian experts.
Overdose protection activists have warned experts in Dundee that policies must change before drug deaths soar.
NHS Tayside is set to make its meetings better available to the public after its board agreed to publish audio recordings of open discussions online.
A councillor has blasted the local authority’s alcohol overprovision policy.
A health chief has pledged his “total commitment” to establishing a new 24-hour mental health crisis centre in Dundee
The former head of an organisation trying to tackle Dundee’s drug problem has revealed members often did not bother to attend meetings in the two years he was in charge.
Transport chiefs should revisit proposals to bring park and ride facilities to Dundee, a city centre councillor has said.
Lochee Health Centre is set to undergo four months of improvement works.
Psychiatric care for the elderly in Dundee has been given a positive review by inspectors following an unannounced visit.
A woman has been taken to hospital following a suspected overdose in the city centre.
Ken Lynn, chairman of the Integration Joint Board for Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership visited the Carseview Centre to speak to staff about how mental health services are delivered.
A film charting the experiences of people in Dundee recovering from mental health challenges has premiered in the city.
A film revealing the mental health struggles of a group of Dundonians is set to premiere in the city.
Hundreds of people have been hospitalised in Tayside after taking so-called “legal highs” — despite their sale being banned almost two years ago.
Concerned residents want CCTV to be installed on a busy Dundee street.
Drinkers in Dundee could face paying hundreds of pounds more a year to enjoy their favourite tipple.
Children as young as nine are receiving treatment for eating disorders in Tayside.
Bollards could be installed on a street regularly used by people to park illegally.
Harmful drinking is costing Tayside’s public services £146 million each year, according to a new report.