In 1972, when little Jaimini Jethwa was just one, Uganda was in turmoil following the coup by ruthless Ugandan despot Idi Amin. Following Amin’s order for the expulsion of all Indians from the country under a 90-day deadline, her family fled Uganda and found themselves in Dundee.
As you read this over your morning cuppa, I will be part of a convoy on stage one of a journey for six young riders pedalling a rickshaw 470 miles across the UK as part of BBC’s Children in Need appeal.
If someone was to ask me what the best ingredients for summer desserts and ingredients that will really impress your guests, I’d have to say Scottish berries, says Garry Watson, chef patron of Gordon's Restaurant in Inverkeilor.
A permanent tribute to the service of Courier Country’s seamen and women during the Great War was unveiled by HRH the Princess Royal during a poignant ceremony in Dundee yesterday.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of baking bread as seventh generation baker Iain Campbell can testify.
It’s time to bring men’s mental health issues into the open, says Dundee psychologist
Over seven days I have been lucky enough to be involved in three Sport Relief events: riding with Zoe Ball from Blackpool to Brighton; with Alex Jones and four mums for the One Show Mother of All Challenges and the Radio One DJ, Greg James, as he resumed his previously aborted Pedal to the Peaks. It all added up to a distance of 541 miles and a dizzying 26,713ft of ascent.
Virginie Brouard’s Edinburgh restaurants offer fine French food to the discerning diner. But Virginie is also feeding a very different clientele thousands of miles away in Ethiopia.
There used to be a time when watching cycling on the television was not as easy as it is now. Technology has changed all that and it is possible to watch most bike races whether that is on live TV, or on a streaming service.
Tim Dover, chef proprietor of The Roost Restaurant in Bridge of Earn, knows it must be autumn when the quinces ripen in his garden.