Sir, - In an edition of The Courier dated September 11 you printed a letter from Harry Key in which there was a very unfavourable comparison between the maintenance of roads in Fife with those in Orkney.
Dundee’s Cammy Kerr insists he and his team-mates will come good and prove the doubters wrong.
Putts were sunk and thousands of pounds were raised at an annual charity golf event in aid of a city landmark.
Ellis Watson, the executive chairman of DC Thomson Publishing, is the chairman of the new youth mentoring project BREAKTHROUGH Dundee. Here he explains his determination to recruit an army of inspirational volunteers to transform young people's lives.
Sir, - It is becoming more and more evident that our politicians are not genuinely concerned about the crucial issues surrounding our future (and increasing) need for dependable supplies of energy.
I have been watching a lot of kingfishers. No, that’s wrong. I have been watching kingfishers a lot, usually the same ones.
Sir, - Is First Minister Nicola Sturgeon trying to soften us all up in preparation (September 8) for a rise in the basic rate of income tax?
Work to remove the cofferdam from Dundee’s V&A Museum is progressing with a large section now gone.
September 12 marks the official 150th anniversary of Dundee’s best-loved art gallery and museum, The McManus.
East Fife boss Darren Young said his side lacked a cutting edge as they failed to take anything from Saturday’s meeting with Queen’s Park.