A cancer patient who was given lower chemotherapy doses than standard says she has lost trust in NHS Tayside.
Nicola Sturgeon says BiFab could have a “bright future” despite the mothballing of its Fife yards.
Frank’s Law is at risk from a shortage of care workers, says campaigner Amanda Kopel.
A campaigner who blames NHS Tayside for not doing more to save her uncle from suicide has told MSPs she is also being failed by the service.
Fears have been raised over the launch of Dundee’s low emission zone after it was claimed at least 100 of the city’s buses fail to meet basic environmental standards.
A Perthshire MP refused to confirm or deny whether he was being disciplined by his party for not backing a second EU referendum.
Ministers in Edinburgh will consider on Thursday whether to launch a round-the-clock emergency room for coping with no-deal Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon has lodged proposals to cancel recess at the Scottish Parliament amid the increasing threat of Scotland crashing out of the EU.
The number of civil court cases have increased in Tayside and Fife by the largest rate in the country, new figures show.
Health chiefs in Tayside are increasing chemotherapy doses for breast cancer patients after treatment was found to be out of step with other boards.