The Courier celebrated its 200th anniversary with a gala event at Verdant Works.
Thousands of bonfire night revellers were delighted with extravagant displays in Dundee.
A prisoner who absconded from Castle Huntly more than six weeks ago has been arrested in Glasgow.
A horse pulling a Dundee bus had its leg nearly severed after being hit by a car. The driver of the bus was thrown from the vehicle by the impact. Traffic was also held up as the animal was lying across the tram tracks.
An otter has been captured on video as it makes its way along a Tayside beach. The mammal was spotted on the shore at Broughty Ferry by Courier photographer Kris Miller. Otters can live in coastal areas, but require access to fresh water to clean their fur.
A Perthshire dad is to get a tattoo of cartoon character Peppa Pig to raise funds for a children’s cancer charity.
A Dundee street has been partially closed due to an underground fire.
In the modern Courier, sports news can conveniently be found on the back pages. In 1916 it was scattered throughout the paper. This piece from page 4 was surrounded by stories relating to the ongoing war effort and discusses Dundee FC’s upcoming season.
A motorist has been treated by paramedics after his vehicle collided with a parked car.
A schoolboy's powerful rendition of a classic Christmas pop song has gone viral after being posted on social media.