A nurse has hit out at the quality of dementia care in Tayside, stating her father was left alone in a locked room following a fall that led to a bleed on his brain.
A vital local public health service in Dundee which employs around 20 workers is “fighting for its life” after swingeing real-term cuts to its budget, trade union leaders have warned.
Tayside children have been urged to do some "sole searching" as part of a Dundee University project to help forensic scientists take a step forward in creating a new research database.
A local businessman has pledged to build a "quality and skilled workforce" after completing the purchase of stricken Dundee building contractor McGill.
Civil service workers in Dundee are struggling to feed and house themselves after being subjected to years of "poverty pay" and stagnant wages, a city MP has warned.
Two members of Abertay University Football Club will embark on a trip of a lifetime to Barcelona’s Camp Nou stadium this week to train with club legends and learn for some of the world's top stars.
A "groundbreaking" support service which secured more than £350,000 in benefits for people affected by cancer in Dundee has been extended.
Medical students at Dundee University played noughts and crosses on a cadaver donated for research and training, it has been revealed.
City councillors have hit out at an increasing number of Dundee cash machines charging for withdrawals.
Care staff looking after some of Dundee's most vulnerable residents could strike unless "absolute horror show" plans to cut pay by up to £4,500 a year are withdrawn.