It was once prescribed by doctors as a cure for all manner of ailments and now it seems that wild swimming for health and enjoyment is on the rise again. Nora McElhone takes the plunge.
Scottish football needs a 16-team top league says Falkirk FC chairman Doug Henderson, and he is right.
It may have been shortened to CBI in recent years, but the clue really is in the name.
SOUND BITES weren’t invented by 20th century spin doctors. The term might not have been familiar back in the day but that’s what they were. And like the ones we know and love or loathe today, they stick around to haunt future generations and arguments.
In the week that Debenhams becomes the first mainstream store to use size 16 mannequins, Helen Brown wonders if size matters?
Scotland’s defeat in Georgia on Friday night in our European qualification group confirmed something that I’ve long felt.
On July 1 2010 Micky Yule’s life changed forever.
Hamish stokes young men’s dreams into a burning flame’, wrote Michael Marra, the bard of Dundee. The song was in tribute to United’s legendary goalkeeper Hamish McAlpine, but could equally have been penned for another United hero, Ralph Milne, who passed away last week at the age of 54, having lost his long battle with alcohol.
Eighteen months ago I wrote in The Courier about the decommissioning opportunities for Dundee from Aberdeen’s oil and gas industry.
Last week, Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party, said the UK’s handgun ban should be repealed. Coming at the end of a week where Farage had turned himself into a political punchbag, this prompted almost every newspaper in the land to publish articles scorning him for his stupidity, writes Gareth Corfield.