It’s a cold, crisp, clear February evening in rural Fife, and even without the aid of a telescope or binoculars, the constellations are visible in all their glory.
As the debate rages on in Courier country councils about the cost involved in preserving Gaelic language and culture, Caroline Lindsay looks at the language’s history on the east coast.
“Staggering overspend”, “sloppy management” and “out to lunch” these are just some of the harsh criticisms being levelled at the V&A in Dundee.
Dundee-educated artist Neil Scott was cycling to work in Perth when he was involved in an accident with a car.
New figures reveal that more than three million households across the country are living on a knife-edge where a small drop in income could cost them their home, discovers Caroline Lindsay.
Ten years ago today, it became illegal to smoke in an enclosed public place in Scotland with England, Wales and Northern Ireland following suit the year after.
The Scottish Beaver Trial is a unique and exciting conservation project and if it is a success, beavers could once again become a common sight in our countryside. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
For more than 160 years Dundee sent ships to the Arctic to hunt whales. A remarkable new book documents this vital part of the city’s history with fascinating photographs. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
Strict new airport rules mean if your mobile or other electronic device is out of power, you may not be allowed to travel. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
As Moray Council announces that seven of its 15 libraries are to close, Caroline Lindsay asks: is the future of libraries in Courier Country safe?