“The first thing I did in the morning was make myself a double vodka and water,” said Ian Thomas, speaking of his 26-year alcohol addiction.
Dundee's highest rate of deaths on record is a “clear” sign that treatment services to be examined in the city, Joe FitzPatrick says.
The human rights of drug users being treated for addiction are not being respected, Dundee’s drugs commission has heard.
Indian head massage, and other alternative therapies are being offered to people going through recovery by a leading Dundee drugs charity.
If there is one player at Dens Park perfectly qualified to talk about what Dundee need to do to turn round their horrific start to the season, it’s loan defender Ryan Inniss.
A group that helps people recover from drug and alcohol addiction is in turmoil after an ex-footballer on its board kicked out its co-founder and bombarded her with abusive texts.
The boss of a drug and alcohol treatment group says it is “raring to go” in 2018 after a “really successful year”.
Tay Road Bridge bosses have splashed cash on a new £100,000 specialist breakdown safety vehicle.
They say that the camera never lies — and now the power of photographs is to be used to tell the story of recovering addicts in Dundee.
Across Dundee, supporters are passionate about football — and it seems the beautiful game is winning over a whole new legion of fans.
Addiction support group Addaction Dundee held a “loud and proud” night of music and poetry for recovering service users.
A Dundee business owner has launched a scheme to prevent drink-driving over Christmas by offering a free vehicle recovery service for partygoers.
The family of a Dundee man who remains in a critical condition following a serious road crash said today they were hoping for a “miracle” he pulls through.