A Dundee journalist and historian has shed fresh light on the aftermath of the Tay Bridge Disaster following The Courier’s recent coverage of the 140th anniversary of the tragedy.
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Michael Alexander speaks to young Scottish geographers who, through the Perth-based Royal Scottish Geographical Society, are challenging the world to work together towards an ‘inclusive and sustainable’ future.
If 19th century poet and tragedian of Dundee William Topaz McGonagall were alive today, what would he think of the cost of a rail ticket for Glasgow folk wanting to visit the V&A?
Dundee United’s origins can be traced to Dundee Hibernian’s inaugural game at Tannadice 110 years ago this weekend. Michael Alexander reports.
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An album featuring the work of a talented Angus high school careers adviser who took his own life has knocked Liam Gallagher’s new ‘Why me? Why not’ album off the top of a Dundee record shop’s in-store sales chart.
The benefits of news media journalism to society are being highlighted in a newspaper-industry campaign being launched on Monday May 13 and backed by The Courier. Michael Alexander reports.
The Courier’s recent coverage of the 140th anniversary of the Tay Bridge Disaster has rekindled memories about a Dundee man’s role in the aftermath of the tragedy.