Nearly two thirds of Tayside youngsters seeking mental health support are waiting too long to be seen by specialists, an alliance of leading service providers has warned.
Campaigners have welcomed new legislation which could help avoid the type of row seen earlier this year after Dundee railway station reopened without a Changing Places (CP) toilet.
An MSP has called for urgent talks with police chiefs over what has been claimed is a sudden rise in organised vigilante groups on the streets of Angus.
A Dundee University chaplain has blasted as "discrimination" a policy which has locked Scottish youngsters out of hundreds of last minute places at the institution.
A Labour city councillor has blasted his own party over leadership infighting and claimed "we have long surrendered our claim to be the party of the working class".
NHS Tayside has urged patients to keep better track of their appointments after being faced with a bill of more than £277,000 for just one week of missed meetings.
A Dundee woman has said insult was added to injury after she was issued a parking fine while visiting her seriously ill father in an emergency ward at Ninewells Hospital.
The Scottish Government paid thousands of pounds of taxpayers' cash for minimum unit pricing guidance that put retailers "at risk of prosecution", it has been revealed.
A staggering 724 sex offenders are now living in areas across Tayside and Fife, according to official police records.
Dundee City Council have failed to recoup years of unpaid parking fines worth an “eye-watering” £1.8 million, it has been revealed.