Bridget McGrouther enjoys a weekend break in London...
Members of a Dundee disability group enjoy volunteering at charities across Dundee. Gayle hangs out with the Inclusion Group gang as they get stuck in...
Spring is in the air and daffodils are a sign of hope and renewal. Caroline Thomson tells Gayle Ritchie why people are flocking to the Scottish Daffodil Festival this weekend
Bantering with the audience at Perth Concert Hall, the Sun newspaper’s “former shagger of the year” Russell Brand is re-enacting the experience of watching his daughter being born 17 months ago - and psycho-analysing the “total transformation of personal entity to go from not being a father to being a father” in a way that perhaps only he can.
Maybe I’m mistaken but we seem to have lost our ability to laugh about alcohol and its funny consequences. In bygone years, the village drunkard was a standard character in countless plays. Arguably, there are more jokes about drink than about sex. Music hall, radio and TV comedy sketches often portrayed the hazards of too much drink, especially whisky, but they made people laugh, they didn’t wag a censorious finger or make moral judgements.
To be in the food industry means long, unsociable hours, not a lot of time off and having to deal with the pesky general public. It seems such a romantic ideal to run a pub or restaurant with one's partner as then time at work is also time together. Could I work with Mr Kerry as well as live with him? Absolutely not; but for some couples it is the perfect set up.
This time of year is traditionally the busiest time for the property market and
Blackadders is experiencing an extremely high demand for properties throughout Dundee and Angus. Family homes, in particular, are much sought after as are country homes.
This month sees the Dundee Rep staging the comedy road movie-come-play Passing Places.
Self-taught artist Carl Lavia is on a mammoth mission to sketch the 69 cities of the UK – and his aerial pen drawing of Dundee is the latest to go on display.
Overlooking the 14th hole at Letham Grange, in Angus, Foxfield is a golf enthusiast's dream home - and the four bedroom property has more than three acres of secluded garden to practice your chipping and putting.
One of Britain’s most challenging hill climb races is gearing up for its 50th anniversary.
Knockhill’s Gordon Shedden has been testing the limits of the new Audi RS4 Avant.
The Volvo XC60 has been named the best car on sale today at the 2018 World Car of the Year awards.
Everyone likes a hot hatch but not everyone likes the insurance and running costs.
Yvonne Staples, whose voice and business acumen powered the success of her family’s Staples Singers gospel group, has died at the age of 80.
Trends are changing in the interior and upholstery world. So, as spring is now upon us, we seek out some insider information from interior expert Adrian Mottram of
Angus Classic Interiors “one of Scotland’s most experienced curtain makers and upholsterers”. Here, he reveals about what fabrics and styles we should be introducing into our homes this season…..
Spice Girls fans have spoken and – drumroll, please – Baby Spice has emerged as the most popular member of the legendary girl group.
Hundreds of people descended on St Andrews’ Craigtoun Country Park on Saturday for the first ELAGA music festival.
Rhubarb was always popular in childhood days as most folk with a garden had a wee patch.
A tiny room in a ground floor flat in Kirkcaldy with the blinds drawn. A woman with healing powers and an affinity with creatures of the night.