Dundee motorists faced one of the highest rates of pothole misery in Scotland last month.
A hero jumped into the choppy Tay on his inflatable boat to rescue two struggling canoeists who were clinging on to bridge pillars.
The Courier’s inaugural Menu Food and Drink Awards went down a treat last night as the region’s finest hospitality figures were honoured.
Beaches across Tayside and Fife are on track to improve their bathing water quality standards by 2017 but two remain "poor".
Two Courier country athletes given "a second chance at life" have spoken of their inspirational journeys to recovery ahead of the British Transplant Games.
When Dundee man Jim McGowan succumbed to cancer, his family wanted to spend every moment of his last days with him.
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Competition to be voted Scotland's favourite building is fierce this year, with some of the country's finest landmarks competing against each other.
Hundreds of young veterans in Tayside and Fife are being abandoned to a life of poverty, debt and depression when they leave the army, it has been claimed.
Tayside and Fife's teachers could boycott the new secondary school qualifications after proposals to reduce the “assessment overload” were dismissed as inadequate by the country’s teaching union.