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Move over Rabbie Burns! Has history overlooked a working class 19th century Dundee writer known as the People’s Poet? MICHAEL ALEXANDER spoke to a Dundee literary expert to find out more.
Former teacher and Justice of the Peace Chaman Lal Dogra, described as a pillar of the Asian and wider Dundee community, has died aged 86.
Dundee University has received a record number of applications for places next year.
Forensic Psychology students at Abertay University are assisting Norfolk Constabulary and Police Scotland with an ongoing investigation into a gruesome murder.
NHS Tayside will be able to cope with the financial demands of a new specialist unit at Ninewells Hospital, Nicola Sturgeon has insisted.
Nurses working for NHS Tayside could be owed more than £1 million in backdated wages, according to representatives from Scottish nursing unions.
A teaching union rep has warned that Dundee school teachers are becoming increasingly frustrated by the dwindling pool of supply staff.
Labour candidate Jenny Marra has waded into a Dundee teaching row branding a lack of staffing “simply not acceptable”.
The Scottish Health Secretary has reported claims of “serious” bullying on a Ninewells Hospital ward to NHS Tayside.