The majority of local authorities in Courier Country claim they have not yet overspent on their winter roads budget despite the continuation of the tough weather conditions currently sweeping the nation.
Dundee University rector Mark Beaumont has received a British Empire Medal in the New Year’s Honours List.
We all have a favourite pub or bar that we love going to time after time or repeatedly recommend to friends. Whether it’s the great food and drink, the welcoming staff, the karaoke, the warm ambience, the fact that it’s dog friendly, or a combination of all those factors that keeps drawing you back, wouldn’t you like to see it get the recognition it so thoroughly deserves?
Worrying new figures reveal the average level of debt held by stricken residents seeking help with their finances is £16,265 in Courier Country.
When young Iraqi art student Nael Hanna came to Scotland in the 1980s he was so bowled over by the vast landscapes and dramatic coastline that he made Angus his adopted home.
Are you planning to garden gaze this summer? This lovely expression, coined in 1944, refers to visitors to private gardens large and small, opened under Scotland’s Gardens scheme to raise money for charity.
The closing date for our Draw Your Dad project is this Friday so you’ll need to be quick on the draw to get your entries sent in time, says Caroline Lindsay
Excited cries of “xin nian kuai le” are ringing through Chinese communities all over the world as they wish each other “Happy New Year.” The most important festival in the Chinese calendar, New Year – heralding the start of the Chinese Spring Festival – begins today and lasts for 15 days of celebrations, parties and feasting.
As a journalist, Iain Lundy wrote many historical stories, often on anniversaries, and it was always his contention that people in Scotland knew a lot about the rest of the world but not much about their homeland. And it was this that sparked him to write his first book Between Daylight and Hell: Scots Who Left a Stain on American History.
From a Highland festive fair to the work of Fife's local heroes, there's a contrasting night of television ahead for Courier readers tonight.