Scotland's new fleet of high-quality high speed trains will lead to more local services and happier customers, ScotRail's managing director has promised.
In the second part of our look at ongoing work to develop the £1 billion Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander speaks to the ‘Site Two’ developer due to start work next year and looks at the other sites earmarked for development.
In the first of a two-part look at ongoing work to develop Dundee Waterfront, Michael Alexander takes an overview of the plans in the wake of recent criticism by some of the 'Site Six' development underway opposite the V&A.
Following recent crises to recruit sufficient community council nominees in some parts of Tayside and Fife, Michael Alexander discovers there are challenges to be overcome - but local democracy is far from dead.
As concerns mount over the long term mental health impact of smart phone technology and social media on young minds - or the so-called 'i-Gen' generation - Michael Alexander asks if is it time for mobile phones to be completely banned from schools?
Television star Rachel Riley will team up with Scots funnyman Fred MacAulay to host the 2018 edition of The Courier Business Awards.
‘She slit her six-year-old daughter’s throat and killed her’: Cupar tragedy recalled by Fife Family History Society
Michael Alexander speaks to the chairman of the Fife Family History Society Alison Murray about a surge in interest in genealogy.
Perth-raised journalist and broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove explains to Michael Alexander why he hopes the third and final part of his Soul Trilogy books – Harlem 69 - will stand the test of time as a work of social history.
Donnie Munro: Why the powerful legacy of Runrig has been to regenerate Gaelic and the culture of the Gael
Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro tells Michael Alexander why, as a solo artist bound for Fife, he has become much more conscious of his former band's contribution to Gaelic culture and tradition.
Ahead of an event in Kirriemuir, former Dundee-raised investigative journalist Michael Mulford tells Michael Alexander why he believes he now has firm evidence that Jack the Ripper was hanged in Dundee.