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.
The Ninewells operation of Scotland’s major trauma network will be up and running in the autumn, the health secretary has said.
A patients’ rights group has criticised the “absolutely appalling” GP crisis in Dundee after family doctors agreed to implement a new contract in Scotland.
The cabinet secretary for health and sport has praised a Dundee nursery on securing thousands of pounds of EU funding.
By its supporters, it’s been heralded as a major step forward in tackling Scotland’s harmful relationship with alcohol.
NHS Tayside needs to reassure people over the quality and capacity of its mental health services, the health secretary has admitted.
The chairman of NHS Tayside has said the health board will run into “serious difficulties” if its current level of spending continues.
A Fife man believes medical staff who might have contributed to his wife’s death should be prosecuted — and he has now been offered a meeting with health secretary Shona Robison over the issue.
Scottish health secretary Shona Robison has opened two new community facilities in Dundee.
A remembrance garden has been opened in Dundee as a “healing place” for the relatives of those who have been lost to substance abuse.
School pitches in Dundee have been lying empty for thousands of hours, the Tele can reveal.
An 85-year-old man was left lying on a wet street for almost an hour after a fall.
Health secretary Shona Robison visited Ninewells Hospital to meet a group of NHS Tayside modern apprentices.
Bed-blocking across Tayside hospitals is falling, new figures have revealed.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has come under pressure to stump up £90 million for essential works at a hospital run by cash-strapped NHS Tayside.
At least 40 patients died between March 2015 and September 2016, while stuck in hospital in Tayside and Fife.
A Dundee man who was told he might have to wait seven months to see a specialist, despite suffering two heart attacks, has been given an “urgent” referral.