You can, perhaps, picture the scene.
Two people who love each other very much have completed their nuptials and are sitting down to dinner with family and friends.
It is their wedding day. And jolly nice it is too.
But suddenly, what’s this?
That, lest there be any doubt, is a fire alarm.
The fire brigade swoop.
All your friends and families have to leave the venue.
It may sound somewhat ghastly but actually the tale has a very happy ending thanks in no small part to the kindness of some very friendly firies. Saturday’s Courier has the full story.
We also have news that is as far away from marital bliss as it is possible to get. It’s all about arguing you see. And how it can kill you if you do it too often.
Chill out with your copy of The Courier (maybe get one for your better half as well so you don’t fall out over it) to find out more.
If it is a bit of weekend inspiration you are after than we will be delighted to provide it courtesy of 74 year-old David Winch.
Far from relaxing by the fire-side in a knitted cardigan (possibly while sharing toffees of a non-spcific brand with younger relatives), he is preparing for 27km row across the Tay in aid of charity. Wat-er great guy.
We also have the latest as Ed Miliband came to Dundee. Our man Andrew Liddle enjoyed an exclusive interview with the fellow who dreams of being PM. He even avoided calling him David by accident, which was a bonus.
In sport, St Johnstone have news of a player signing a new deal, while Jackie McNamara wants to concentrate on Dundee United rather than Blackpool. Sensible in the circumstances.
We also preview all the play-off games in Fife and, when it wasn’t raining, Scotland were playing England at cricket. Ahh, the gentle thwack of leather on willow, you just cannot beat it.
If you want to enjoy every last one of these tales, please to pick up Saturday’s Courier. Alternatively (and I quite literally never get tired of asking this question) why not try our digital edition?