With Brexit due on October 31, Boris Johnson has set out in writing his demands for changes to the UK’s divorce deal from the European Union.
Madam, – Your leader (Findings mean it is time for action, Courier, August, 17) quite rightly highlighted the appalling problems caused by drugs, but said drug abuse was “fuelled by poverty and inequality”.
Former Bolton manager Sam Allardyce has questioned the club’s decision to postpone their League One match with Doncaster.
A Fife animal lover is hoping readers of The Courier will help her solve the mystery of “Wee Danny”.
A Fife hairdresser has ensured children can go back to a school with a smart new look, no matter their family's financial circumstances.
A “big black cloud” had gathered over McDiarmid Park, St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright admitted.
A90 partially blocked in both directions in Perthshire after vehicle hits central reservation during rush hour
The A90 at Inchture in Perthshire is partially restricted after a vehicle hit the central reservation during rush hour. The collision occurred at around 8.22am between the A90 St Madoes and B953 Inchture with lanes restricted on both northbound and southbound carraigeways. Traffic Scotland has warned drivers to approach with caution and expect delays.
Dancing queen Lily Douglas is all set for her next big challenge.
Councillors have collided in an angry road safety row following the decision to install £9,500 speed humps on Montrose’s busy beachfront.
Arsenal director Josh Kroenke said the club’s activity in the summer transfer market shows they still have an “aura”.