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.
The NHS is not doing enough to support patients when they leave hospital, says the Health Secretary.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has acknowledged legislation will need to be redrawn after The Courier highlighted anomalies in the Minimum Unit Pricing rules brought in last month.
NHS Tayside’s decision to delve into its charity fund could still result in legal proceedings, says the Health Secretary.
The Scottish Government was told about the funnelling of charity funds for general spending by NHS Tayside four years ago, it has emerged.
Tayside board members predicted the backlash from dipping into charity funds shortly before suspending their own rules to do so.
NHS Tayside's board is having its competence assessed following a series of financial scandals at the organisation.
Health chiefs in Fife did not formally assess the impact of the suspension of out-of-hours GP services on society’s most vulnerable, MSPs were told.
MSPs will vote on whether there should be a full public inquiry into mental health services at NHS Tayside.
Shona Robison has been an MSP for almost as long as I have been a reporter.