A Dundee politician is to quiz the Scottish Government on what can be done to tackle sexual offences involving children.
A council tenant whose house was flooded during cladding work has spoken of his “nightmare” after he was left battling for insurance money.
A police scheme to help youngsters who experience trauma has been praised by a local politician.
Scotland's new justice secretary has pledged to consider calls by the Tele to introduce mandatory jail sentences for those convicted of sex offences involving children.
Dundee MSP Robison cites death of parents and health scare as reasons for quitting as health secretary
Shona Robison conceded her role as health secretary in the Scottish Government had been "at times very challenging" as she quit Nicola Sturgeon's cabinet.
Health Secretary Shona Robison and Communities Secretary Angela Constance have both resigned, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
A Dundee bus firm has unveiled a £4 million fleet of new vehicles that it hopes will be a breath of fresh air to locals.
Health secretary Shona Robison has urged a dying Angus man to contact NHS Tayside following alleged care errors at Dundee’s Ninewells Hospital.
A group of MSPs has called for clarity on how NHS boards are run after Tayside’s health boss announced he would retire from the role less than a year after he was appointed.
NHS Tayside’s staff spent charity funds “out of a desire to break-even”, the health secretary has said.
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.
Politicians will use a Holyrood debate to urge the Scottish Parliament to back a public inquiry across all NHS Tayside mental health services.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’m genuinely sorry’: Health secretary apologises in emails to former NHS chief over departure
Scotland's health secretary admitted she was “genuinely sorry” about the way the departure of an NHS Tayside chief unfolded, it has emerged.
Dundee drugs crisis: Scottish Government targets ‘unpopular and controversial’ ways of saving addicts’ lives
The Scottish Government could introduce “controversial” and “unpopular” tactics in an effort to cut the number of drug-related deaths.
The Scottish health secretary has given assurances that plans to create a “major trauma centre” in Dundee will not be hampered by ongoing issues at NHS Tayside.
NHS Tayside has promised it will repay more than £2.7 million worth of donations used to plug a deficit in its core budget.
An MSP has called on the new NHS Tayside management team to ensure £2.7 million taken from charity funds is paid back.
The health secretary has remained defiant amid calls for her to step down, saying she is focused on “getting on with the job”.
A Tayside man has written to senior members of the Scottish Government in response to changes to mental health services.
The Scottish Government has been accused of failing Dundee youngsters seeking work after leaving school.