As masked theatre company Vamos brings its show about PTSD to Dundee Rep, artistic director Rachael Savage tells Michael Alexander why it’s a story that “must” be told.
Kirkcaldy’s famous connection with the linoleum industry is the subject of a new BBC Scotland documentary next week. Michael Alexander reports.
Members of Frightened Rabbit have hailed the "beautiful gesture" planned by a venue in England as a replacement to one of their live shows.
Locals have been told to prepare for a scorcher after forecasters predicted Tayside and Fife's hottest weekend of the year so far.
The hard work and dedication of newspaper reporters is being celebrated this week.
A mystery surrounding one of the great Antarctic explorers has finally been solved, The Courier can reveal.
Michael Alexander speaks to author Mary Horlock about her First World War Dundee-based artist-soldier great grandfather Joseph Gray who is the focus of her new book.
Mourners have described Liam Colgan, who vanished on a stag weekend in Hamburg, as a "force of nature, a party in a full or empty room".
With just weeks until a pilot scheme is launched inviting communities to manage land and coastline, Michael Alexander speaks to the newly appointed Crown Estate Scotland chief executive Simon Hodge.
Theatres across Tayside have been nominated for top prizes in this year's Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) competition.