The snap general election may be dominating the headlines, but Scotland goes to the polls this week in another important vote.
DC Thomson is a hugely important part of the cultural landscape of Dundee and is known internationally for many of its publications.
Lochee looks set to be one of the closest election battlegrounds in Dundee, with two of the incumbent councillors retiring and another contesting as an independent for the first time.
While many people say Dundee has had a rebellious streak throughout its history, it’s perhaps more true to say that it has embraced those who encourage radical or singular thought.
A Dundee drone professional has captured dramatic new shots of the city's reworked waterfront.
Sir D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson was Dundee’s first professor of biology – the starting point for the massive growth of life sciences that is now one of the principal employers in the city.
They told us it was to be Scotland's first purpose-built design museum, but the real truth about that mysterious and magnificent building taking shape at Dundee waterfront has finally been revealed.
It’s International Women’s Day on March 8 and The Courier has partnered with the award-winning Yu Spa at Apex City Quay Hotel, Dundee, to give one lucky winner the opportunity to honour a truly special woman.
Apart from the obvious attraction of our own Courier page, one of the few things keeping me on Facebook these days is being able to keep up with some of the great local history groups that use it to share photos and memories.
A man who died in a horrific car crash on the A90 on Wednesday had got engaged at the start of December.