The number of problem drinkers getting NHS help in Tayside has gone up by nearly a quarter, new figures show.
Police Scotland’s counter-corruption unit is being investigated for alleged corruption, the chief constable has admitted.
A Vote Leave claim that the future of Dundee’s universities would be at risk by the UK staying in the EU has been branded “ludicrous” by one of the city’s principals.
Defence chiefs did not know who was in charge of identifying and raising the alarm on gaps in equipment for British soldiers, the Iraq Inquiry has found.
Scottish tourism could suffer from a decision to abandon an internationally-recognised awards scheme for beaches, says a coastline expert.
Backers of a long-running campaign to end age discrimination in the care system can send a strong message to ministers.
Nearly a quarter of children (23.4%) needing mental health treatment in Fife had to wait more than 18 weeks, new figures show.
Fears have been raised over pupil choice after new figures revealed a “huge gulf” in the number of subjects offered at neighbouring schools.
Police chiefs have warned there is a “real risk” that catching criminals will become harder and more expensive if a controversial merger goes ahead.
Government attempts to rein in teacher workload have been a “consistent failure”, says an education expert.