Sir, Having just experienced a wonderful week in the Whitehall Theatre with Dundee Operatic Society (DOS), I was surprised to see your front-page headline, New Crisis Threatens Whitehall Theatre.
Courier country is blessed with an abundance of ancient stones of immense historical interest. In Saturday’s Courier Weekend magazine we take a look at the stories behind some of the most significant, chosen by Marianna Lines, author of the book Sacred Scotland. Photos by DC Thomson.
Am I alone in being completely astonished at the wave of hysteria sweeping the beef sector at the moment?
As sales of vinyl records hit a 10-year high, Helen Brown discovers the reasons behind a renaissance in this retro listening style.
In December 1816, social order was violently overturned in Dundee.
After-dinner speeches can be a bit of a mixed bag. Some are very good and others terrible, some are funny and others are serious.
Sun, sea and...haar. That’s pretty much been the keynote of summer in parts of Courier country this summer.
For the first time ever in this country the referendum on Scottish independence gives 16 and 17-year-olds the chance to vote. Helen Brown talked to Halima Kolo, who appears in this Sunday’s BBC Scotland documentary about being 16 in 2014.
Ask any farmer what they think of red tape and they will invariably say “I hate it!”
That came as a bit of a surprise. Not least because, when it emerged a press conference was being called at the First Minister’s Bute House residence, I asked one of his senior aides if there would be a big announcement.