What does a child born in the digital age make of newspaper newsrooms?
The world is quite busy just now but it should stop to listen to Jamie McGoldrick.
Courier assistant editor, and self-confessed Dundee fan, Dave Lord reacts to the news that the club may be on the move to a new stadium, ending 117 years of history at Dens Park.
If there is a farce more farcical than the Turner Prize then it is a farce I am yet to experience.
Beyond the cheeky chants and the somewhat provocative selection of the Dens Park DJ come full time on derby day a more subtle sound could be heard.
Ian Roache recently graduated from Dundee University with a Masters Degree in International Security. His specialist area is the Middle East. Here is his analysis after MPs approved extending air strikes to Syria:
Brace yourself, for the revolution is upon us.
A narrow extra time league cup victory over Dunfermline may have bought him a bit of extra time, but the curtain finally came down on Jackie McNamara’s Tannadice reign following a disappointing loss to 10-man St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park on Saturday.
We’ve all been there recently. You’re having a nice drink with friends, in the pub or the park. You’re at a lovely dinner party or a barbecue. Or even at Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn’s visit to Dundee and somebody always does it.
Just nine short years after Alan Partridge infamously gorged on Toblerone and, barefoot, set off for Dundee we have sensational news concerning the chocolate treat.