Parts of Scotland are set to be too cold for grit to work with temperatures on ‘Black Monday’ expected to plummet lower than in Siberia.
Forty Taysiders and their loved ones enjoyed a speak peek of the V&A a day before the museum opened to the public after winning early-bird tickets in The Courier's prize draw.
When you share your life and home with a sports journalist, as I do, it's inevitable to be subjected to a lot of football talk.
Dundee University students stormed the Tower building and occupied it overnight in a protest against changes to their lecturers' pensions.
This week, The Courier has been putting e-bikes to the test. With sales booming in many parts of the world, they are being tipped as one of the answers to cutting congestion in our busy towns and cities. Nadia Vidinova is a reporter in our Dundee office. Here's how she got on trying out a model from Electric Bikes Scotland.
A Dundee councillor has called for an investigation amid claims children in deprived areas are being served poorer quality school lunches than those in more affluent areas.
A fire-starter who caused £500,000 of damage at Dundee docks is on his last chance to avoid prison after breaching a community order and causing a disturbance at the city's bus station.
A clutch of restaurants in Courier Country have been named finalists in the Scottish Curry Awards.
A wartime merchant navy veteran and former owner of one of Dundee’s last jute mills has died aged 91.
Residents in a Dundee cul-de-sac have hit out over the lack of maintenance of a controversial piece of land on their street.