Oor Wullie’s Bucket Trail, the biggest mass participation public art event ever seen in Courier Country, is the perfect opportunity for businesses to help create a lasting legacy for the region by sponsoring an Oor Wullie sculpture.
Toes were dipped into the freezing North Sea, cyclists covered dozens of miles and six Archies were bagged all in just one day.
Champagne flowed as models took to the catwalk at St Andrews Charity Fashion Show.
As Courier readers will know, we’re proud to be supporting the Archie Foundation’s bid to raise £2 million for a twin operating theatre suite at Tayside Children’s Hospital.
It’s not every week you get to run up 130 mountains and take a rabbit with you into the bargain but that’s exactly what Dr Paul Fettes and an intrepid relay team of around 50 athletes will be doing over the next few weeks to raise vital funds for Tayside Children’s Hospital’s twin operating theatres.
As Alex Salmond announces that every P1 to P3 child in Scotland will receive free school meals, Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
Tables for Dundee’s Sports Challenge Charity Dinner have almost sold out, four weeks before the event is due to take place.
A major fundraising appeal is being launched today to raise £2 million to help deliver a new world-class children’s operating theatre suite at the heart of Tayside Children’s Hospital.
Historic Fife paper maker Tullis Russell has collapsed into administration with the immediate loss of 325 jobs.
Although 820,000 people in the UK are affected by dementia, it seems to be the poor relation, compared to other diseases, when it comes to funding. A debate in Dundee tonight will hopefully play its part in changing that. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.