The Government’s plan to establish the UK shale gas industry through the controversial process of fracking is taking longer than expected, a new report has said.
An official report into the NHS Tayside chemotherapy scandal will be “traumatic” reading for afflicted patients and the families of breast cancer patients who died, support groups have warned.
Students at a school for vulnerable young people are being “failed miserably” by a lack of leadership, it has been claimed.
Dundee City Council must reduce the number of drug deaths, build more new houses and improve exam results for looked after children, according to the authority’s annual report card.
THE number of Dundonians injured in fires has dropped to its lowest level in three years, a new report has revealed.
A new report on NHS Tayside’s finances has accused health bosses of poor management and not behaving in a manner expected of a public organisation.
A Dundee nursery received a glowing report from the Care Inspectorate after a surprise inspection late last year.
A complaint has been lodged to the Scottish Ambulance Service over claims a Dundee OAP waited nearly two hours for an ambulance.
NHS Tayside has apologised to a patient for a delay in referring her to a pain clinic.
Ninewells Hospital has been told to make a number of improvements following an inspection.
A care home for the elderly and those with mental health problems has received high marks for its performance from the Care Inspectorate.
A Dundee high school must work towards improving attainment and achievement, according to an education watchdog.
A watchdog has described the quality of teaching at a Tayside high school as “inconsistent”.
A man falsely told police he had been the victim of an attack by an assailant with a gun.
SERIOUS violent crime increased by more than a fifth in Dundee over a three-month period.
The number of deliberate fires across Dundee has rocketed in the last five years, according to a new report.
POLICE chiefs have insisted that members of the public in Dundee will see improvements in the way that calls are handled in the city.
Serious drug offences in Dundee rose by more than 8% in a year, the area’s top police officer has revealed.