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Dundee News

NHS Tayside pay band dispute continues after pharmacy workers return to work

NHS Tayside pay band dispute continues after pharmacy workers return to work

Pharmacy workers in Dundee are a step closer to resolution of their long-running pay dispute with NHS Tayside.

Call to prescribe Valium in bid to reduce drug deaths in Dundee

Call to prescribe Valium in bid to reduce drug deaths in Dundee

Prescribing Valium to heroin addicts could reduce the number of drug-related deaths in Dundee, it has been claimed.

Drugs campaigner warns Dundee unprepared for crack ‘epidemic’

Drugs campaigner warns Dundee unprepared for crack ‘epidemic’

A leading anti-drugs campaigner has warned recovery services in the city are not prepared to respond to the city’s “crack epidemic.”

Thousands of emergency food parcels handed out in Dundee

Thousands of emergency food parcels handed out in Dundee

Thousands of emergency food parcels were handed out in Dundee this year, according to the latest Trussell Trust figures.

Labour demand full disclosure over Dundee City Council fraud investigation

Labour demand full disclosure over Dundee City Council fraud investigation

The Dundee Labour group has demanded full disclosure over a major corporate fraud investigation into the city council’s contract services.

Perth News

Perth schoolgirl Lily Douglas shares amazing news as Christmas lights go on with a bang

Perth schoolgirl Lily Douglas shares amazing news as Christmas lights go on with a bang

Schoolgirl Lily Douglas stole the show at Perth’s Christmas lights extravaganza with some incredible news about her three-year cancer battle.

Invergowrie mum urges thieves to return wheelchair that is a ‘lifeline’ for autistic Kade, 7

Invergowrie mum urges thieves to return wheelchair that is a ‘lifeline’ for autistic Kade, 7

Police are hunting heartless thieves who stole a little boy’s wheelchair and took it for a joyride.

Students call on Perth College chiefs to ‘be brave’ and ‘make tough decisions’ on cash crisis

Students call on Perth College chiefs to ‘be brave’ and ‘make tough decisions’ on cash crisis

A student body has urged bosses at crisis-hit Perth College to make “real change and rapid progress” to safeguard jobs and improve staff morale.

Perthshire family launch legal fight for Dylan, 12, who is stuck in a class on his own

Perthshire family launch legal fight for Dylan, 12, who is stuck in a class on his own

A Perthshire mum is facing a bitter legal battle to get her son back to school.

Widow of right-to-die Perthshire campaigner reveals widespread support for legal euthanasia in Scotland

Widow of right-to-die Perthshire campaigner reveals widespread support for legal euthanasia in Scotland

The widow of Perthshire right-to-die campaigner Richard Selley has revealed “overwhelming” support for legalised euthanasia in Scotland.

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