AS PEOPLE in Tayside and Fife recover from their New Year celebrations, we have comprehensive coverage and pictures of the festivities including the hardy souls who braved a New Year’s Dook in freezing conditions.
WE FIND out which heroes both sung and previously unsung from Courier Country have been selected for prestigious gongs in the Queen’s New Year honours list.
SCORES OF hardy souls braved the December chill to take part in traditional Boxing Day dooks.
THE DISCOVERY of a large shellfish reef on the west coast of Scotland could be the biggest find of its kind in the world, experts believe.
THERE WERE mixed reports from Courier Country retailers after the final shopping weekend before Christmas.
A MAJORITY of councils in Scotland including Fife and Perth and Kinross cannot say for sure how many wind turbines are up and running in their area.
THE INCESSANT December deluge caused more chaos over the weekend.
A DRUNK DRIVER killed a young Fife man then fled the scene, the High Court in Edinburgh has heard.
DISMAY AND disappointment is how Fife Council education portfolio holder Bryan Poole reacted after learning that five SNP councillors have “called in” the Fife Council executive decision to go out to public consultation on the Pipeland site as the preferred option for a new Madras College.
A MAJOR shake-up of planning committees which was narrowly approved yesterday by the full Fife Council will diminish democracy and accountability, it has been claimed.