Around 60 apprentices have been caught up in Michelin’s decision to close its Dundee factory.
The morning after the night before is when you expect the fug of a hangover to start lifting.
Michelin Dundee: Plant has withstood huge challenges since the first tyre was produced 46 years ago today
Following the news that Michelin intends to close its plant in Dundee, with the potential loss of almost 850 jobs, The Courier looks back at the factory's near 50-year history in the city.
The manager of Dundee's Michelin factory says news of its planned closure is "a huge blow to our employees and to the city of Dundee as a whole".
I have followed Michelin Dundee’s fortunes for many years.
Business leaders have been urged to help support tens of thousands of disengaged Scottish workers get back into the labour market.
Scotland’s First Minister has described the closure threat to the Dundee Michelin plant as “devastating for the workers” and wider city.
Carol Arnott from Growth Mindset Yeti of Dundee provides educational material for parents and educators of kids under eight. She tells The Courier about her business journey.
Confidence is key to a thriving economy and Scotland has much to shout about.
Dundee-headquartered convenience store group CJ Lang has entered into consultation with over 100 staff after confirming it is placing eight Scottish shops on the market.