This week may have started with Blue Monday, but things are definitely looking up for one lucky reader of The Courier.
This is the deafening moment the ships of an Angus port welcomed in the New Year.
The last few years have marked a real change in the motoring scene, and it’s now no longer enough for a car to be more powerful, more efficient or safer than its predecessor. Instead, the industry as a whole is looking to ever more sophisticated electrified and autonomous vehicles – a trend clearly shown in the cars we’re expecting in 2019.
Keeping your resolutions for the new year can be a tricky business, so much so that some people break them on day one.
A projection proclaiming “Happy New Year 2018!” during Sydney’s new year celebrations prompted the first big laugh of 2019 in Australia.
Rain drops fell along with confetti as revellers rang in 2019 in New York’s Times Square, capping a soggy New Year’s Eve celebration that included singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha’s stirring rendition of John Lennon’s Imagine just before midnight.
The year 2019 is set to go down in history as the one when the UK left the European Union after a period of intense debate and wrangling over how Brexit should – and should not – happen.
With entries for the Menu Food and Drink Awards 2019 already pouring in, it’s time to meet the judges who will be choosing the winners of the 11 categories.
When Paul Newman was at school he was one of the very few boys who took home economics classes but it was then that he knew he loved food and wanted to work in the food industry. Today, he is chef proprietor of Thyme at Errichel near Aberfeldy, and a proud winner of Chef of the Year at the inaugural Menu Food and Drink Awards in March this year at the Old Course Hotel St Andrews,