Earlier this year, TV adventurer Alice Morrison became the first woman to walk the entire length of Morocco's longest river. Here, she tells Caroline Lindsay more about the incredible journey.
Aside from several Islamic countries, no nation on earth bans alcoholic drink, and the reason is simple. They have learned the lesson from Prohibition, when the US banned alcoholic drink from 1920-33, arguably the most disastrous policy adopted by a democratic state in modern history – although Brexit may well come to supersede it in the long run...
The Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief alliance believe it’s that talking about death is a vital step to coping with the inevitable, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Eastbourne Auctions is almost as far from Dundee as you can get on the British mainland, but the two communities were linked on May 11 when the Sussex seaside saleroom sold a rare British Antarctic Expedition saucer bearing the emblem of the Terra Nova, the Dundee ship which carried Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s expedition to the Antarctic in 1910.
Tayside and NE Fife children’s cancer charity TCCL on the ball as it celebrates its 25th anniversary
As Dundee-based children’s cancer charity TCCL holds its 25th anniversary ball, Michael Alexander speaks to some of those who know its ‘immeasurable worth’ from personal and professional experience.
I have a certain compulsion for clean bikes. It’s not a major issue, but I do find myself feeling rather agitated when I see someone with a dirty bike. To be specific, I’m not so bothered about a mucky frame and wheels – that can easily be dealt with by a bucket of soapy water and a sponge.
Did you know that broccoli comes from the Italian word broccoli meaning branch or arm? Purple sprouting broccoli was initially cultivated by the Romans and this versatile green veg is just coming to the end of its season.
An Angus youth project and one of its success stories has hit the big screen as part of a project showcasing a scheme which diverts criminals’ cash into Scotland’s communities.
A sport named after a dog, with a ‘kitchen’ in the middle of the playing field, is coming to Tayside.