Businessman Gordon Mitchell, a leading figure in Scotland’s poultry and game industry for more than half a century, has died peacefully at home in Letham, Angus, at the age of 81.
Their hearts pounding as they tore at the wire covering the window of the cattle car they were trapped in, Tom Wilson and two companions feared discovery by their German captors.
An indoor war memorial that could have been lost from sight in a rural Angus church, is once again on display to the public.
A century of celebrations were in the air on Wednesday as the oldest living member of the Black Watch regiment marked his 100th birthday.
The Courier has just published The Scottish Soldier’s Story, a commemorative book of much of the material from our special First World war supplements published over the last five years.
A Dundee veteran has spoken of his relief following a successful campaign to get a “disrespectful” memorial changed.
Soldiers will march through the streets of Perth next month as part of a homecoming tour after a six-month stint in Iraq.
A Perth war hero whose bravery helped clear the way for the Dunkirk evacuation has been given France's highest military honour.
A Black Watch veteran in Dundee is preparing to mount a challenge to get a "disrespectful" memorial changed.
Putting on A Brave Face: Why the story of post traumatic stress disorder coming to Dundee Rep ‘must’ be told
As masked theatre company Vamos brings its show about PTSD to Dundee Rep, artistic director Rachael Savage tells Michael Alexander why it’s a story that “must” be told.