Food promotions that encourage customers to “go large” on fast food meals should be banned and healthier alternatives promoted instead, Dundee City Council has said.
NHS Tayside is asking people to give their views on ditching their car for the journey to Ninewells.
NHS Tayside still owes more than £22,000 to a clinical waste firm caught up in a “body parts” scandal, it has emerged.
A new service helping elderly patients return home as quickly as possible has hit the ground running.
Illness doesn’t just conveniently strike during the working day when our GP surgeries are open.
When 96-year-old Sundie Cabrelli suffered an infection that led to a fall at home, she and her family feared the worst.
The Evening Telegraph has gone behind the scenes at Ninewells Hospital. Given access to five departments, the extraordinary work of the men and women of stretched and exhausted yet determined NHS Tayside is highlighted by reporter Lindsey Hamilton.
A Dundee doctor who was convicted of assault is to face a tribunal that will examine his fitness to continue practising in the health sector.
A march and demonstration against budget cuts is to be held in Dundee.
A ward at Ninewells Hospital is closed to new admissions.
A woman in has spoken of her relief after her sensitive medical history was recovered, having originally believed it had been sent to a “random” house in error.
The Scottish Princes Trust is giving unemployed 18 to 30-year-olds across Dundee the opportunity to Get Into Healthcare with NHS Tayside.
It’a every parent’s worst nightmare – pulling your new born baby in for a first cuddle only to find they’re gasping for air.
More than 800 foreign objects including coins, beads and small toys were removed from patients in Tayside hospitals last year.
Nominations are now open for the NHS Tayside Staff Appreciation and Recognition (Star) Awards.
Vulnerable people in Dundee at greater risk from the effects of flu are being urged to take up the offer of a vaccination.
A local MSP has lamented the “very troubling” rise in people being readmitted to hospital on mental health grounds within weeks of being discharged.
Bosses at a struggling health board knew their former chief executive should only have been paid three months’ notice – but they gave her six months amid concerns she could bring age and sex discrimination claims against them, a Holyrood committee has heard.
Staff working on emergency wards at Tayside hospitals have been praised for coping well with the festive demand.
The family of a man who died after being found unconscious in his prison cell say they still need answers about the circumstances surrounding his death.