Only in your Courier today, find out which Tayside supermarket has remained open for business despite rats being found at its store.
There will be an update on tragic news after a frozen body, believed to be that of a man missing since Hogmanay, was discovered at a remote Fife hillfort.
We will speak with East End Park legend Jim Leishman. Fighting back tears, he warns that crisis-hit Dunfermline Athletic could cease to exist by the end of the month.
And we will have an exclusive interview with a Tayside mum who tells of her living nightmare in still not knowing what has happened to her missing son.
As well as these reports, there will be the latest on the Ministry of Defence’s basing review, a House of Commons debate on the radiation issue at Dalgety Bay and an interview with an intrepid Tayside adventurer fresh back from a brave bid to row the Atlantic in record time.
Finally, find out why the makers of the popular TV programme Come Dine With Me have issued an apology to scores of people in Dundee.
For this and much more pick up your copy of Thursday’s Courier or try our digital edition.