A young St Andrews man who staged two charity fundraisers in his home town to raise awareness about mental health issues has been “blown away” by the level of support.
Ahead of an intimate gig at the Green Hotel in Kinross, Finnish blues musician Erja Lyytinen speaks to Michael Alexander about her career.
Band of brothers: Meet the traumatised former soldiers aiming to bag new careers as caddies in St Andrews
Michael Alexander meets ex-servicemen who are overcoming the trauma of war on a unique caddie school course at the Home of Golf St Andrews
20 years on, why Dundee Contemporary Arts remains ‘local in intention and international in ambition’
As Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) celebrates its 20th anniversary, Michael Alexander discovers the arts centre remains true to its original vision.
‘There are too many tortured detectives out there’, says crime writer Claire MacLeary ahead of book launch
Crime writer Claire MacLeary tells Michael Alexander about her latest book ahead of its launch in St Andrews and Dundee.
Tickets are now on sale for the latest rounds of Tae Sup Wi’ A Fifer – the multi-genre club night curated by renowned Fife musician James Yorkston.
Michael Alexander visited Dunfermline to find out how the scanning of a 925-year-old relic of St Margaret (Queen of Scotland) could reveal secrets from the past.
Dundee’s ambition to become the cruise capital of Scotland is about to receive another major boost, The Courier can reveal, with a team from Dundee Port owner Forth Ports heading to the cruise industry’s most significant worldwide event in the USA next month to promote Dundee as the “key” to accessing tourism in Scotland.
International Women’s Day: ‘Being a woman is still an issue’, says successful Dundee social entrepreneur
On International Women’s Day, Michael Alexander speaks to successful Dundee serial social entrepreneur Kirsty Thomson about her inspirations – and the hurdles she’s faced as a female business woman.
Findlay Napier and award-winning Megan Henwood to perform as folk duo at Clarks on Lindsay Street in Dundee
Dundee’s Clarks on Lindsay Street will play host to Scottish folk singer Findlay Napier on March 13 when he performs as a duo with folk singer Megan Henwood, who won the BBC Young Persons Folk Award in 2009.