Over the last few months thousands of youngsters all over Courier Country took part in our Draw Your Mum project.
The Kilt Walk is back – and it’s bigger and better than ever. Kiltwalk is a unique Scottish charity that enables thousands of walkers to fundraise for their choice of Scottish charity. Originally founded in 2011, the Kiltwalk event took a year or two out to reboot under the auspices of the Hunter Foundation, founded by Scottish entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Tom Hunter, and was successfully relaunched last year.
Older people are happier than ever, according to a new survey. Gayle Ritchie finds out how true the findings are and if asks, what are the secrets of these smiling senior citizens?
Why run when you can walk? Gayle Ritchie checks out a walking football club in Fife.
It’s less than two months until the Etape Caledonia comes to Perthshire once more. Among its 5,000 competitors is Olympic cycling legend Chris Boardman.
A few years ago, when Louise McLeary found herself out of puff after climbing a few stairs, she realised it was time to get fitter.
An exciting new arts festival will showcase Perthshire’s creative talent in the world of contemporary arts.
If you haven’t already taken part in The Courier Community Kindness Campaign, why not start today?
Kirkcaldy’s most famous son is being put back on the map with the inaugural Adam Smith Festival of Ideas this weekend. Jack McKeown talks to three of its keynote speakers – Ed Balls, Arabella Weir and Brendan Cox
Dr Phil Hammond – NHS doctor, comedian, journalist, broadcaster and campaigner – still has one more ambition.