Should bridge be a sport? That’s a very good question, Dundee Bridge Club secretary Alice Cowieson tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER as national debate on the topic continues.
Dundee’s dedicated horror film festival, Dundead, groans and screams its way back into the city for a sixth year next month.
In her first interview since taking over as director of Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA), Beth Bate tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER about her rural Welsh roots and her ambitions to grow culture at the heart of Dundee’s regeneration.
Not many people can give their address as Platform 2, The Railway Station.
Ten years ago today, it became illegal to smoke in an enclosed public place in Scotland with England, Wales and Northern Ireland following suit the year after.
Scotland's new national poet has been announced by the First Minister.
Lady Laird – ‘My mother would throw her hands up in horror if she saw what we were doing!’, reveals Highland Perthshire estate owner
Ahead of a BBC documentary, MICHAEL ALEXANDER speaks to ‘Lady Laird’ Mrs Emma Paterson about the challenges of running her Highland Perthshire estate.
Master craftsman and weaver Ashleigh Slater has not long finished doing a stint teaching primary school kids the finer art of handmade weaving and tartan when The Courier catches up with him at his workshop in Blairgowrie.
Dundee-educated artist Neil Scott was cycling to work in Perth when he was involved in an accident with a car.
More than 78% of UK spending is now done using plastic, the UK Cards Association has announced. So is cash dead?
It was the kind of bold statement about the death of cash you might expect to hear from a man trying to promote an alternative method of payment.