When the Tay Bridge was completed in 1878 after taking six years to build, it was one of the longest bridges in the world and a marvel of Victorian engineering.
Action is needed to tackle rising levels of ‘holiday hunger’ amongst children. Michael Alexander reports.
It sounds like the stuff of science fiction.
She was the Dundee-born teacher and missionary who overcame drought, famine and disease in East Africa during the early 20th century to fulfil her mission of spreading the Gospel.
As the cash machine or “hole in the wall” celebrates its 50th birthday on Tuesday, Michael Alexander examines the role played by Dundee in its global development.
Amid food banks, drugs and poverty, what really matters for Dundee is ‘building up the economy’, says retiring Bishop of Brechin
The Right Rev Dr Nigel Peyton is retiring as Bishop of Brechin after a 41-year relationship with Dundee. Here he tells Michael Alexander about recent efforts to help vulnerable people in the city – and the challenges that remain…
As a high quality advert promoting The Courier hits cinema and TV screens, Michael Alexander joined the cast and crew for an exclusive 'behind the scenes' look at the film-making process.
It is a city where more than a third of its areas are officially among the most deprived in Scotland.
Tayside and Fife accountants EQ have hit the £10 million mark when it comes to unclaimed Research and Development tax savings for clients.
Discount retailer Shoe Zone, which has a significant presence on Courier Country high streets, has seen half-year profits tumble by 84% after the Brexit-hit pound sent its buying costs soaring and sales fell amid a store overhaul.