Infra-red cameras are being used in a high-tech Fife crackdown.
The state-of-the-art equipment allows officers to swoop on offenders after snooping on them from hundreds of yards away even on dark nights.
And the crime being targeted?
That’s right, the thermal cameras are being used to catch those who allow their dogs to make dirty deposits in public.
Officers dealing with the pongy problem are also being issued with stab proof vests.
Don’t miss the full story in Thursday’s squeaky clean Courier.
Meanwhile, a lovely lady has been modelling a Harris Tweed ensemble created specially for the Ryder Cup. We take a look and allow our resident fashion expert to have her say.
But will the new look for a traditional favourite leave you feeling above or below par? Find out by hacking your way through our working week ending edition.
Also, how can the UK guarantee Eurovision success?
It’s a weighty question that has taxed some of the country’s greatest brains (well Bucks Fizz and Cliff Richard for starters).
Well, I’ll tell you. By following a (relatively) simple formula.
Which goes a little (in fact a lot) like this:
But what on earth does it all mean?
Find out, if you so desire, in Friday’s Courier.
And if you have already worked it out then may I take this opportunity to award you a heartily well-earned douze points?
In sport, Dundee fans have had a double dose of good news.
The Dark Blues have made a new signing and announced a pre-season friendly with English Premier League champions-elect, Manchester City. Wowser.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is relieved that his star striker hasn’t been ruled out of the Scottish Cup final, and Courier columnist Eve Muirhead considers whether a female football manager can be successful in the man’s game. Most intriguing.
What a package (in a good way, lest there be any doubt). To enjoy it in all its not inconsiderable glory please do be absolutely certain to pick up Friday’s Courier. Alternatively (and please do let me know if you think of a good answer to this age old question) why not try our digital edition?