Brain injury survivors from Tayside have told the government about their experiences before the publication of plans to overhaul neurological care in Scotland.
The Scottish Government has been accused of being "completely ignorant" to the impact of budget cuts to drug and alcohol partnerships and their impact on drug deaths.
The Scottish Government could ban the sale of high-caffeine "energy drinks" to under-16s.
People from across Dundee came together at the weekend to show their support to those battling drug and alcohol problems as part of the city’s first-ever Hope Festival.
Union bosses are calling for an urgent intervention by politicians as a row over swimming lesson provision in Dundee threatens to escalate.
A Dundee park was awash with colour yesterday as more than 400 schoolgirls took part in an event to encourage them to get into sport.
The findings of the Dundee Drugs Commission and lived experience from users will play a key role in the new Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce, public health minister Joe FitzPatrick has said.
Public health minister Joe FitzPatrick has promised there will be no complacency in the country's drive to hit child immunisation targets.
The UK government has been accused of being “depressingly dismissive” in the country’s battle to stem drugs deaths.
The public health minister has said he does not have the power to declare a national emergency in response to Scotland's drugs death crisis.