The centenary of the First World War has been marked in well researched and written ways by The Courier, not least by a series of commemorative supplements, one of which was presented to those attending the extraordinarily poignant Battle of Loos centenary concert in the Caird Hall last September.
House & Home
Summer has made a very welcome return to the Tayside region, and unusually the west of Scotland including Glasgow is properly tropical.
The Old Armoury’s owner, David Dickson, points at a corner of his dining room.
St Andrews has long been one of Scotland’s biggest property hot spots.
Modern homes are comfortable but they don’t half lack character.
Ordinarily, when an extension happens a small bit is added to a big bit.
One of the greatest rarities in the book world appears at auction in just over a week’s time.
It’s flower show season. Courier gardening expert John Stoa sorts out his beds from his borders.
From Adam Partridge’s auction at their Cheshire saleroom in Macclesfield I illustrate the oldest item to grace this column for a considerable time.
Gardening is a great way of keeping fit, explains gardening expert John Stoa