In retrospect, it would have been tough for anyone but the V&A Dundee crew to take the top spot in our Impact 100 list. In the planning for a decade, financed after a remarkable funding campaign, and now finally here to tremendous acclaim, Scotland’s first design museum is a once in a generation project.
It’s the time of year when advent calendars count down the days until Christmas.
Tayside and Fife is a diverse and special part of Scotland, but who are its most remarkable characters? Jack McKeown previews our annual Impact 100 list, which gives the lowdown on the area’s top movers and shakers.
In 2012 The Courier’s then editor Richard Neville decided to compile a list of the most important, inspirational or influential people in Tayside and Fife.
Amanda Kopel burst into tears on discovering she had topped Courier Impact 100. Gayle Ritchie speaks to the delighted Frank’s Law campaigner.
The Courier's fifth annual poll of 100 local inspirational figures who have shaped our year has been revealed.
Jings, crivens, help ma boab – Oor Wullie has topped The Courier Impact 100 list for 2016.
What a year for Scotland. What a year to shine the spotlight on those who made the biggest impression in the past 12 months. The Courier Impact 100 is back for a fifth year in 2016. Gayle Ritchie checks it out...