It may be looking its age in parts of the ground nowadays but the home of Dundee FC has changed quite a lot over the past few decades. Crowds numbering tens of thousands were not an unusual sight at Dens Park in the 1950s. To buy any of these photos please phone the DC Thomson photo sales department on 01382 575002 or email email@example.com.
Ahead of a BBC documentary, senior Dundee University history lecturer Dr Billy Kenefick speaks to MICHAEL ALEXANDER about the significant role played by Dundee and Fife in the turbulent political aftermath of the First World War.
A Kirkcaldy family have been spooked by a ghostly apparition in a family photograph.
Aspiring Dundee animators are competing to bring the UK’s strangest excuses for not having a TV Licence to life, as Michael Alexander found out.
The first steps have been taken on the road to Frank’s Law.
The passing of a new law at the Scottish Parliament has reignited debate about the costs of preserving Gaelic language and culture. The Education (Scotland) Bill means that every school now has to assess the need for Gaelic education if asked. But in these times of austerity budget cuts, is that a good use of resources? MICHAEL ALEXANDER investigates.
The fight for tighter dog breeding controls in Scotland has been ramped up following a Courier investigation.
It may be hard to believe in an era of large screens and high-definition, but people across Tayside and Fife continue to watch black and white televisions.
As the debate rages on in Courier country councils about the cost involved in preserving Gaelic language and culture, Caroline Lindsay looks at the language’s history on the east coast.
The number of people in Courier country being taken to court over personal debt has soared in the last year.