A former journalist has thanked Courier readers for helping him solve the mystery of a wartime parachute tragedy “cover up” that happened on the River Tay 75 years ago.
Michael Alexander digs deep to explore the folklore behind some of Fife and Tayside’s most famous caves.
There was success for Courier Country businesses at the prestigious Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2018 on Thursday night.
50th anniversary: Did ‘mind-control’ lead assassin to kill US Senator Robert Kennedy?, asks Dundee author
Fifty years after the assassination of US Senator Robert Kennedy, Dundee author Patrick Kelly - who wrote JFK: Just a Patsy – asks whether ‘mind-control’ may have led the assassin to carry out the act.
A new BBC documentary examines the legacy of Scotland’s infamous journey to the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. Michael Alexander kicked off proceedings by taking a sneak peak.
Taking the pulse at 70: Former NHS Tayside chairman calls for ‘review of NHS governance’ in Scotland
Devolution is essential for the accountability of the NHS – however, NHS Scotland needs to “stop being so insular” and to look outside its borders to see how things might be done better or differently in future.
Taking the pulse at 70: Research making a ‘real difference’ to future of the NHS, says St Andrews-based Chief Scientist
It’s 19 months since Professor David Crossman - dean and head of the School of Medicine at St Andrews University - was appointed the new Chief Scientist for Health with the Scottish Government, and during that time the cardiologist has not wavered from his view that the NHS is a “huge success story”.
The National Health Service could more accurately be described as the 'National Sickness Service' because while it treats illness, it does not often deal with the root causes of why the person got ill in the first place.
Taking the pulse at 70: Dundee scientists at forefront of fight against ‘antibiotics apocalypse’ as future of NHS at risk
It has been described as an antibiotics apocalypse.
Taking the pulse at 70: NHS staff recruitment and retention a ‘real issue’, warns leading Tayside clinician
A leading clinician at Ninewells Hospital has warned that recruitment and retention of staff is a "real issue" at NHS Tayside.