Simon Cowell's mother is reported to be "delighted" after news emerged the music mogul is to become a father for the first time.
Compared to men’s sport, women’s sport tends to get much less attention. Sports Minister Shona Robison has recently pledged funds for female footballers in Scotland, but Caroline Lindsay asks, can be more done to raise the profile of women’s sport?
At the height of its popularity in the early 80s, sheep herding TV programme One Man and His Dog regularly drew in eight million viewers each week that’s two million more than the Apprentice final last week. Now, it’s lucky to get a million and a half for its one-off shows.
Fictional DJ Alan Partridge booed the royal baby for stealing his thunder as he premiered his new film Alpha Papa.
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet but at least if you call it a rose, you don’t have to go round explaining what it means, where you got it from, how you spell it and why you decided to inflict it on the unsuspecting recipient in the first place. Such is the modern way of choosing names for babies, some of which come perilously close to child abuse.
To try and combat the obesity epidemic the UK Government is in talks with supermarkets to end multibuy and buy-one-get-one-free deals on fatty foods and fizzy drinks. Caroline Lindsay asks: can we legislate against temptation?
A Tayside company has represented the Scottish film industry at an international level.
TV veteran David Dimbleby has criticised the BBC and other broadcasters for demeaning older women.
The most famous love story ever told has been transformed into Dundonian, with a local cast and crew and filmed entirely in Dundee for less than £400.
The dream of kids of all ages, from all over the UK and beyond, has finally come true. Thanks to a collaboration between The Courier’s publisher DC Thomson and top designer Wayne Hemingway, Beanotown, the home of Dennis the Menace, Minnie the Minx and a host of cheeky characters, has been brought to life at the Southbank Centre in London, as part of their Festival of Neighbourhood.