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With 2019 upon us, Michael Alexander spoke to people from the Courier Country world of politics, sport, music and beyond to find out what their hopes are for 2019:
Margaret Thatcher’s government wanted Dundee’s football teams to ground-share after Hillsborough tragedy
The Margaret Thatcher government wanted Dundee’s football clubs to consider sharing a stadium in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster.
Fundraising has begun in earnest to build a statue of Dundee United legend Jim McLean.
Frank’s Law campaigner Amanda Kopel has delivered her Christmas wish list but admits her biggest present won’t come until April.
Scotland's justice minister has accused Dundee United of using "the old send ‘em to diversity training card" after the club stood by a player caught 'blacking up' at a fancy dress party.
Dundee United star Jamie Robson has been disciplined by the club after he "blacked up" for a fancy dress party.
Racism in Scottish football must be tackled "head on," a leading charity has claimed.
How Dundee United and York City fans reacted when Jackie McNamara joined Twitter with an appeal for everyone to “be nice”
For a time, Jackie McNamara could do no wrong at Dundee United.
Talking Football Podcast: We discuss potentially season-defining matches for Dundee and Dundee United
Dundee face a potentially season-defining match at the weekend, as do Dundee United. In November’s Talking Football podcast, Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Jim Spence discuss Saturday’s big games at Dens and Dingwall. St Johnstone’s stunning run of form is also analysed. Listen to the podcast by clicking here.