First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she fully expects NHS Tayside to take on the recommendations of a mental health report which are currently being "ignored".
Suggestions made by SNP politicians that a referendum could be avoided for Scotland to gain independence have been derided as a "conference carrot" for hardliners.
Boris Johnson declared yesterday he was “delighted” with Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson despite her refusal to support a no-deal Brexit.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has denied maths and science teaching is being “left behind” after figures showed a “slip” in world comparative mean score testing.
Blunted kitchen knives could become the norm in Scottish shops as part of efforts to reduce knife-crime, it has been suggested.
A research team led by a Dundee expert has warned Scotland faces the potential rise of an “opioid epidemic”.
Hard pressed councils' budgets could be thrown into disarray after the UK government hiked the rate of borrowing on local authority funding.
Money promised for a Tayside economic stimulus package might have to plug funding gaps brought about by Brexit, it has been warned.
The winner of the fifth Dundee Burgess charity short story competition is St John’s RC High School pupil Lewis Neilson.
Hundreds of cyclists took part in a race across Courier Country at the weekend, raising more than £6,000 for educational scholarships