Imagine you have weights on your ankles and wrists, thick gloves you cannot take off and your vision is blurred.
Underutilised areas of a city centre shopping centre are to become the home of this year’s Dundee Design Festival.
Madam, – Regards the article on the lack of sales in the High Street shops (Business hit by ‘double whammy’, Courier, July 10) it surely was obvious that this was going to happen and continue to worsen.
Now that Holly Willoughby is on her summer holiday and won’t be gracing our screens alongside Philip Schofield each morning, fans won’t be able to pore over the stylish star’s on-screen outfits for a while.
Madam, – We at Fife Islamic Centre have no adequate words to describe how devastated we are by the well coordinated attacks on the mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand (Attacks shake New Zealand on darkest day, Courier, March 16.).
Invergowrie’s James Hutton Institute (JHI) has revealed it is in negotiation with commercial companies over possible scientific collaborations as it forges ahead with plans to spend £62 million of Tay Cities Deal funding.
A £1.1 million skatepark is to close its doors after more than 20 years in Dundee.
The Scottish Parliament is looking for Scots born on the day it was established as part of its 20th anniversary celebrations.
Abertay University has blamed cuts in Scottish Government funding and increased pension costs for a decision to axe up to 20 jobs.
The chairman of Scottish law firm RSB Lindsays has outlined the firm’s plans to grow its sales to £20 million over the next three years.