“Poorly organised and unprofessional”.
When William Marton Moulston invented the polygraph, little could he have imagined it would become a staple part of the daily entertainment of students and other assorted layabouts across the UK.
Something awful and utterly terrifying happened on Friday.
It would help if you hum the haunting theme tune to Grand Designs from this point.
Beyond the cheeky chants and the somewhat provocative selection of the Dens Park DJ come full time on derby day a more subtle sound could be heard.
Chicken rustlers sought and incontrovertible evidence of a ghost’s existence all in Thursday’s Courier
Fife is a busy old place and is not a stranger to some rum goings-on.
A narrow extra time league cup victory over Dunfermline may have bought him a bit of extra time, but the curtain finally came down on Jackie McNamara’s Tannadice reign following a disappointing loss to 10-man St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park on Saturday.
Infra-red cameras are being used in a high-tech Fife crackdown.
Whether the weather is good or whether the weather is bad, the weather is always a story (though to be fair only when it’s bad).
It has eight bedrooms, a swimming pool, sauna, cinema room, four car garage....