A historic Fife abbey that dates back many centuries is about to be brought firmly into the 21st century, it has emerged.
The rather unloved, sometimes even largely unnoticed PGA Championship has moved to May, and regular T2G readers will know we think this is an all-round good thing.
Three successful Tayside business leaders will share their thoughts about managing change in a challenging business environment at the Courier’s Business Conference next month.
Dundee-based engineering group Prmye is forecasting 20% sales growth after securing a £4.5 million funding package.
An Angus councillor had his wings clipped when he attempted to lock horns with the SNP over plans to scrap the pound.
Middle-age mortality rates have risen as “deaths of despair” from suicide, drug and alcohol overdoses, and drink-related liver disease increase, according to a new study into inequality.
A former Google boss has defended the company’s record on tax and said the technology giant complies with “complicated” rules.
Plastic pollution is an “unfolding catastrophe” that we “ignore at our peril”, Sir David Attenborough has warned as it emerged a bag and sweet wrappers were found on a record-breaking ocean dive.
Madam, – Alex Bell in his column “Why I will be voting Green at the EU elections” (Courier, May 9) makes much of his belief that no-one knows or much cares about Scotland’s MEPs.
ITV has been urged to end broadcasts of the Jeremy Kyle Show for good after the apparent suicide of a man who failed a lie-detector test on the programme.