Young people from Tayside and Fife feature in two events at the heart of a festival described as “arguably the most exciting thing in Scottish theatre at the moment”.
In the second part of our look at ongoing work to develop the £1 billion Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander speaks to the ‘Site Two’ developer due to start work next year and looks at the other sites earmarked for development.
In the first of a two-part look at ongoing work to develop Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander takes an overview of the plans in the wake of recent criticism by some of the 'Site Six' development underway opposite the V&A.
Following recent crises to recruit sufficient community council nominees in some parts of Tayside and Fife, Michael Alexander discovers there are challenges to be overcome - but local democracy is far from dead.
As concerns mount over the long term mental health impact of smart phone technology and social media on young minds - or the so-called 'i-Gen' generation - Michael Alexander asks if is it time for mobile phones to be completely banned from schools?
Michael Alexander speaks to legendary Irish crooner Daniel O’Donnell ahead of his show at Dundee’s Caird Hall on October 13.
Glasgow-based theatre company Solar Bear comes to Dundee with their brand new stage adaptation of Shaun Tan's award-winning wordless graphic novel The Arrival.
Arab Strap founder Aidan Moffat and RM Hubbert – both past Scottish Album of the Year winners - join forces with a live performance next week to support their critically acclaimed collaborative LP, Here Lies The Body, which was recently released on Mogwai’s Rock Action label.
Migrant communities in Fife feel that “trust” has been broken and continue to worry about uncertainties of what the final Brexit outcome will be, and how it may affect them, says the chairwoman of Fife Migrants Forum (FMF) in Kirkcaldy.
Six months to Brexit: Courier Country fruit farmers ‘taking foot off accelerator’ of investment amid uncertainty
The Tayside and Fife soft fruit industry has grown steadily at around 5% per annum for decades with major investment put into polytunnels and other infrastructure.