Madam, – The global environmental crisis regarding climate change and loss of biodiversity worries me.
A Dundee woman defied the odds to take to the skies, just three years after suffering a serious stroke.
Lewis Capaldi's Star Wars-themed retaliation in his spat with Noel Gallagher has earned the approval of the actor behind a legendary character from the film series.
A sun soaked Burntisland Highland Games took place on the Links yesterday.
Madam, – When I read how Angus Council and the Carnoustie Golf Links groups were opposing the laying of a renewable electricity cable through their land (Compulsory purchase order on historic links, Courier, July 11) I began to wonder if I was reading a master lesson on “how to do irony”.
It’s an overcast Glasgow Tuesday, and I’m pointing a microphone at the redoubtable Father Willy Slavin – voted one of Scotland’s “Top 10 Tims” – as he drives us both to Falkland in Fife.
A bridge offering a shortcut to one of Highland Perthshire’s most popular forest walks has been shut amid concerns about its structure.
A Perthshire inn, believed to be one of the oldest in Scotland and with links to the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715, is threatened with closure.
Madam, – I find myself in partial agreement with those SNP politicians who argue that independence negotiations could be triggered without a referendum (“Referendum Plan B chilling”, Jenny Hjul, The Courier, July 10).
A sporting tribute has been paid to Kelty boxer Connor Law following his death last month.