The Tour de France (TdF) starts today in Düsseldorf with a 14km time-trial on the banks of the Rhine. This short course is almost completely flat and will organise the race standings for the next flat road race stage and decide the first wearer of the Yellow Jersey for 2017.
Cycling is often seen as a sport for individuals. It is one of the reasons I was drawn to cycling as a sport in my youth.
The world of cycling is filled with dos and don’ts. I don’t mean the thick race rule book that arrives every year with my British Cycling membership, or even the Highway Code.
With the Glorious Twelfth one of the most important dates on the Scottish calendar, I thought we should chat about Mother Nature’s extraordinary gift – game, says Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth.
There’s only one topic of conversation on everyone’s mind when it comes to food in January, says Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth.
As New Year approaches, Caroline Lindsay takes a look at some of Courier Country’s unique Hogmanay traditions.
Graeme Pallister, chef patron of 63 Tay Street in Perth, knows how to turn a simple picnic into a special occasion
A down-at-heel office space becomes the Swiss alps, with Napoleon on his charger; a dishevelled bedroom morphs into a lake with a white swan; a sitting-room becomes a roost for pigeons or a set for Robbie Burns; an artist’s studio transforms into a space inhabited by Bonnie Prince Charlie, with fancy-cakes replacing the colours on the artist’s palette.
Everybody loves a picnic and the Great Perthshire Picnic, which runs through September, is a feast of local produce and home-grown talent.
New pop-up Estate Agent for Cats selling desirable cardboard box homes