Community groups in Newport have hit out at "the worst graffiti yet" after vandals tagged multiple locations over the weekend, just months after the area won a rising star award.
‘Frustrated’ staff hit out at ambulance route closure amid reports of patients being pushed along footpaths
Staff at Ninewells Hospital have spoken of their "frustration" at the temporary closure of a busy ambulance route.
NHS Tayside re-opens chemotherapy scandal helpline after health secretary blasts ‘wrong’ closure after just one week
A dedicated helpline for patients affected by the NHS Tayside chemotherapy scandal has re-opened after Scotland's health secretary blasted the decision to close it after just one week.
St Mirren supporters who spat at unconscious Dundee United fan branded ‘totally unacceptable’ by club
Football fans who allegedly spat and threw coins at an injured Dundee United supporter have been told their actions are "totally unacceptable" by their own club.
Robbie McIntosh victim Linda McDonald given assurance from Nicola Sturgeon that lessons will be learned
A woman left fighting for her life after a savage attack at the hands of convicted killer Robbie McIntosh has been given a personal assurance from Nicola Sturgeon that lessons will be learned from her ordeal.
Health secretary slams ‘wrong’ NHS Tayside over scrapping of chemotherapy scandal helpline after just one week
Health secretary Jeane Freeman has blasted the decision to drop a dedicated helpline for people affected by a breast cancer treatment scandal at NHS Tayside just one week after it was launched.
Summer of Games could ‘cement’ Dundee as international innovation hub and inspire budding local developers
A four-month gaming extravaganza in Dundee will "cement" the city as an international hub of innovation and inspire a new generation of budding local developers, industry figures have predicted.
Leading figures from the worlds of video games, archaeology, computer science and art staged have examined how immersive new technologies could reshape reality.
Council leader hails introduction of workplace parking levy powers but rules out using them in Dundee
City council leader John Alexander has been accused of telling other authorities to "do as I say, not as I do" after he hailed new workplace parking levy powers - then ruled out using them in Dundee.
Scottish Labour leader calls for employment law to be devolved in wake of Michelin and BiFab job losses
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has called for employment law to be devolved to Holyrood to protect workers, such as those facing job losses at Michelin Dundee and BiFab in Fife.