Last weekend I was chatting to a prominent Perthshire farmer about CAP reform and how much time I was spending writing about it.
Tuesday evening sees the BBC TV programme Lambing Live turn the spotlight exclusively on the Dykes family at South Slipperfield, West Linton.
I suppose the first reaction at hearing of the impending sale of the Co-op Farms is one of disappointment.
A Dundee explorer taking part in a daring Antarctic expedition in the footsteps of his hero Sir Ernest Shackleton has been battling 107mph winds in the Cairngorms to prepare.
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.
Am I alone in being completely astonished at the wave of hysteria sweeping the beef sector at the moment?
Last week, Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party, said the UK’s handgun ban should be repealed. Coming at the end of a week where Farage had turned himself into a political punchbag, this prompted almost every newspaper in the land to publish articles scorning him for his stupidity, writes Gareth Corfield.
The Courier got its thermals on to meet the characters who make sure everything runs smoothly at Glenshee, the UK’s biggest ski centre. To read Jack McKeown’s in-depth feature, see the Weekend magazine in Saturday’s Courier. To read Jack McKeown’s in-depth feature, see the Weekend magazine in Saturday’s Courier.
Can science fiction become science fact? Helen Brown talks to Dr Mike MacDonald about how futuristic technology has the potential to change and save real lives.
A Perthshire estate has been accused of driving away tourists from one of Scotland’s finest hillwalking destinations.