Senior doctors in Tayside have accused health bosses of "throwing us under the bus" over their response to a review into breast cancer patients being given lower than standard chemotherapy doses.
The Scottish Government has bowed to pressure over calls for a national probe into NHS endowment funds after health chiefs in Tayside were accused of "mismanagement" of their own charity pot.
A disability support provider has pledged to offer free training resources to all UK cinema staff following the success of autism-friendly film screenings at Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA).
A leading charity has slammed the "extremely concerning" decision to provide lower than normal chemotherapy doses for breast cancer patients in Tayside despite a reported lack of supporting evidence.
A Dundee man has been awarded a nearly £230,000 payout after Scotland's largest energy firm refused to rehire him following a ruling he had been unfairly sacked.
Dundee University has been ranked among the top institutions in the world for its impact on society as a whole.