On the Forth.
Sounds nice doesn’t it?
Well the dream (if you happen to have experienced such a nocturnal occurrence involving waterborne crafts) could be set to become glorious reality.
It’s all part of plans to capitalise should the Forth Bridge be awarded world heritage status just like the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China.
What a coup that would be. Read all about it, if you like, in Saturday’s Courier.
Meanwhile, a lost painting by a stellar Fife artist of the 19th Century has turned up in the US of A. And now it will be showcased at London Art Week. For readers of an artistic bent it represents something of a dream ticket.
It is our very greatest pleasure to doff our collective Courier cap to the good community minded people of Tayside and Fife to have been awarded gongs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Can’t say too much just now (Ma’am’s the word, one might be tempted to say). Full details in Saturday’s Courier.
Do you like buying things online?
If so you may be most intrigued to know that consumer rights are changing. If, for example, you decide to download something you will now be afforded a two week cooling-off period. Sadly, you will waive that right once you actually start the download. It sounds somewhat pointless, I grant you. Jolly interesting nevertheless.
We also have more on the Angus AC/DC tribute it would appear the majority of people don’t want. Bit disappointing for fans, I would imagine.
In sport, the world cup, that most glorious of sporting occasions, is continuing. Please do not miss all the latest (in The Courier, preferably). Thanks.
For more on every one of these tales, and a whole host of others, please do be sure to pick up Saturday’s Courier. Failing that, (a) don’t panic and (b) why not try our digital edition instead?