Trying to think of the perfect gift this festive season?
She was the Dundee-born teacher and missionary who overcame drought, famine and disease in East Africa during the early 20th century to fulfil her mission of spreading the Gospel.
Special report part I: How are former Michelin workers in Northern Ireland coping with the loss of their plant?
In the first of a special three-part series following the announcement that the Dundee Michelin plant faces closure in 2020, Michael Alexander visited Ballymena in Northern Ireland to find out how the community there is coping with the recent closure of their Michelin factory which led to the loss of 840 highly skilled jobs.
One of the 11 people killed in Pittsburgh at the weekend when a gunman entered a synagogue and opened fire was the mother of a former Dundee University student, it has emerged.
This year marks a century since the horror of the First World War finally ended.
FEATURE: Why the Pope’s Astronomer is searching for answers about life and the universe ahead of Dundee talk
Ahead of a talk he is giving in Dundee on November 1, the Pope’s chief stargazer Dr Guy Consolmagno tells Michael Alexander why he believes faith and science enhance each other.
Following the UK's recent £100 million pledge to help eradicate polio worldwide, and release of the film Breathe, Michael Alexander meets polio survivors in Tayside who are helping to raise awareness of Post-Polio Syndrome.
Ahead of a free public lecture, Dundee University’s Regius Professor of Life Sciences Mike Ferguson tells Michael Alexander how drug resistant bacteria could pose a threat to humanity if left unchecked.
Dundee University has become an integral part of so many aspects of life in Courier Country over the past 50 years.
A Dundee-born man suspected of raising funds for al Qaida has been added to a US Treasury list of global terrorists.