The brother of a Fife soldier killed in Iraq, is calling on the public to dig deep to help the family’s bid for a lasting memorial in his honour.
An exciting new exhibition at V&A Dundee celebrates the Jamaican-Scottish heritage of talented young designer Nicholas Daley. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
Michael Alexander visits Fort George – current home of The Black Watch - as the historic monument and still active army barracks marks its 250th anniversary.
Renewed calls have been made for clarity on the future of The Black Watch.
Armed Forces Week: Oldest surviving Desert Rat Jimmy Sinclair, 106, tells of friendship with Rommel’s family and the Duchess of Cornwall
With Armed Forces Week 2019 upon us, Michael Alexander meets legendary Fife Desert Rat Jimmy Sinclair, who is now in his 107th year.
Imagine more than 700 people bursting into applause as your company’s name is read out as the winner of a Courier Business Award.
The Courier has helped bring the son of a wartime hero to the Dutch village he helped liberate.
Michael Alexander reflects on the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings which involved thousands of Black Watch troops with links to Tayside and Fife, and speaks to another veteran who was there.
A Black Watch veteran has offered to buy a memorial plaque for soldiers killed during the First World War and donate it to a museum after its appearance in an online auction caused anger.
Military historians have hit out after a memorial plaque for fallen Black Watch soldiers was sold for £300 in an online auction.