Victims of a vicious domestic abuser's campaign of sadistic abuse have been left appalled and disgusted the recovery group he was a part of have refused to condemn his actions - because they claimed it would be wrong to judge him.
As few as 14% of people in Dundee trying to beat drug addiction may be on an "essential" prescription for methadone at the time they start treatment, according to a new report.
Local campaigners have criticised Dundee MSP Joe FitzPatrick for refusing to declare Scotland’s drug death rate a legal crisis.
The number of people seeking help for mental health issues linked to drug and alcohol use is at its highest level on record.
This is the shocking image seen by shoppers on Bank Street – a stone’s throw from one of the city’s main thoroughfares.
Drug treatment services in Dundee are failing older users who overdose after spending years trapped in treatment, it has been claimed.
A scheme supporting mothers with personal issues on the condition they take contraception has been described as a form of “population control”.
Sexually abused as a child, bereaved and suicidal, Sharon Brand eventually turned to heroin to combat her deep depression.
A Dundee drug recovery expert told her own story of heroin addiction to MPs in Westminster.
The commission set up to examine drug deaths in Dundee has issued a final call for evidence as it prepares to issue its first report this summer.
A new study suggests the number of the city’s problem drug users has fallen for the first time in a decade.
Support group Recovery Dundee has started 2019 with a bang after holding its second “hangover-free” New Year party at Discovery Point.
Indian head massage, and other alternative therapies are being offered to people going through recovery by a leading Dundee drugs charity.
An addiction support group has held its first community cafe night.
A drugs charity worker in Dundee has warned users about a “deadly” batch of unusually-pure heroin circulating in the city.
A local recovery activist has said the ever-rising number of drugs deaths in Dundee reflected the continued “horror” of the situation for those dealing with substance abuse.
A leading drug recovery activist has warned the huge number of drug deaths recorded in Dundee in the past year could rise further if the city fails to act.
A Dundee drugs worker has warned people in the midst of recovery to be wary of dealers “preying” on them online.