The View have confirmed exclusively to The Courier they will be playing the main stage on Sunday July 12 at this year’s T in the Park.
A young Dundee woman who was born deaf and is also now losing her sight due to a rare condition is putting aside her own difficulties to raise money to help others.
Guests at a silver wedding in Dundee have contributed to a donation of £1,000 to the charity set up in Michael Marra’s memory.
Look north on a dark night and you could be treated to one of nature’s most glorious and enchanting sights. Jack McKeown discovers why this winter should give us the best chance in years of seeing the Northern Lights.
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A Dundee chess prodigy left his opponents between a rook and a hard place representing Scotland against the world’s best.
Anti-poverty charity ActionAid has launched an appeal to find sponsors for an African child.
One of Scotland’s most talented classical musicians entertained hundreds of people in Dundee on Thursday evening.
A former sheriff has branded the war on drugs a “complete failure” and has called for narcotics to be legalised.
Compulsory redundancies at the James Hutton Institute will be announced on Monday.