A police union boss could face disciplinary action after an internal probe found he made “inappropriate and offensive” comments about a former Tayside senior officer.
Scotland is home to 57,300 problem drug users, new figures show.
Amid food banks, drugs and poverty, what really matters for Dundee is ‘building up the economy’, says retiring Bishop of Brechin
The Right Rev Dr Nigel Peyton is retiring as Bishop of Brechin after a 41-year relationship with Dundee. Here he tells Michael Alexander about recent efforts to help vulnerable people in the city – and the challenges that remain…
Tayside and Fife councils are having £23m cut from their day-to-day budgets under the funding deal tabled by ministers.
Nicola Sturgeon has faced demands to personally intervene in the deepening financial crisis at NHS Tayside.
Dundee has been backed to benefit from upwards of 1,500 decommissioning jobs which will “definitely” come to the city.
Shona Robison has hit back at rivals demanding her resignation following the NHS Tayside cash crisis.
The first jobs at Dundee’s social security agency have been advertised amid claims the SNP is under-prepared for the welfare handover.
NHS Tayside faces a fresh crisis after its whistleblowing champion revealed he is quitting over the board’s failure to investigate bullying.
Middle class students would pay a £500 annual levy to help out their poorer peers under a proposal put forward by a Dundee law lecturer.