Roasting sunshine and soaring temperatures are expected to continue for Courier country for the rest of the week and over the weekend.
Two of the UK’s biggest unions are engaged in a war of words over the industrial action threatening hospital services in Dundee.
The Fife man at the centre of a groundbreaking decision that could throw the UK Government’s controversial “bedroom tax” policy into disarray has described the last few days as “like winning the lottery without the cash”.
A row has broken out between a trade union and the Scottish Government over discussions with staff about plans to close police control rooms.
Health board chiefs have been accused of attempting to “bully” striking staff into “submission” by withholding their pay and threatening their livelihoods.
Senior management at councils in Tayside, Fife and Central Scotland were paid almost £6 million of public money in just one year, according to a report published.
People suffering from the debilitating motor neuron disease may not be given free personal care even if they have a doctor’s note to prove they are dying, a leading charity has claimed.
A Ninewells Hospital consultant has hit out at claims of a crisis in A&E departments across the country.
Unnecessary hospital visits, wasted medicines and Hepatitis C treatment costs have contributed to a multi-million pound overspend by NHS Tayside.
NHS Tayside needed a £14.2 million Scottish Government bailout to break even this year the third time on a bounce it has taken such a loan.