Michael Alexander follows in the footsteps of 19th century Dundee doctor Thomas Wise whose rare artefacts are on display at The McManus.
The success of the V&A museum in Dundee has helped to boost tourism at other attractions across Scotland.
‘Don’t let prejudice win’, Jewish-German refugee Henry Wuga who survived the Holocaust warns Tayside pupils
Michael Alexander meets former Jewish-German refugee Henry Wuga who escaped the Holocaust on the Kindertransport only to be wrongly accused of being a spy after evacuation to Perthshire during the Second World War.
A series of poems written by a Tayside woman commemorating an Angus rail tragedy has been uncovered after more than a century.
A theatrical celebration of the jute trade’s importance to Tayside history will be held this week.
Abandoned and at risk of neglect, some of Dundee's most historic buildings have found a new lease of life in recent years. But is there scope for further development as the city reinvents itself? Michael Alexander investigates.
It would be an exaggeration to say you couldn’t hear a (hat) pin drop but the creativity was palpable in the Vision Building yesterday as almost 50 primary school pupils got together for a design jam.
An insight into the life of Victorian Scotland’s “forgotten” poets published in Dundee has been brought back for a modern audience.
A series of weekly podcasts has been launched by Dundee University as part of its year-long celebrations to commemorate the institution's 50th anniversary – and The Courier will be carrying an article on the topic every Friday. Michael Alexander reports.
How many people can you name who have inspired and influenced you?