Tricia McDougall got her wish when she saw her only daughter married at Broughty Castle.
A public art concept has been launched to chase the dream of seeing Peter Pan take flight in a towering Angus roadside sculpture.
The SNP will today unveil details of a £40 million package designed to help young Scots find jobs.
A "full explanation" has been demanded from cash-strapped Perth and Kinross Council after it emerged over £1 million has been spent since 2008 giving staff laptop computers and mobile phones.
A "raging" Sean Lamont called for a "closed-doors finger-pointing" post-mortem to Scotland's Six Nations loss to Wales on Saturday, with a demand of "how much do you want it?" for every player in the squad.
The cost to the St Johnstone coffers of a succession of postponed Saturday home matches the latest of which was Saturday's match against Aberdeen is now at £100,000 and counting.
The Courier's week begins on Valentine's Day with, appropriately enough, discussion of the day's name, the future of RAF Leuchars, Dundee's budget-setting process and the efficacy of nuclear power.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has demanded the Ministry of Defence take a more "proactive approach" to ridding Dalgety Bay beach of radiation.
Dundee United's three-month, 11-game unbeaten run was brought to a shuddering halt by a Celtic team that produced moments of footballing excellence at Tannadice on Sunday afternoon.
Organisers have been blown away by the demand for seats for an Arbroath lecture on the Bell Rock Lighthouse.