The morning after the night before is when you expect the fug of a hangover to start lifting.
I have followed Michelin Dundee’s fortunes for many years.
Confidence is key to a thriving economy and Scotland has much to shout about.
Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his Budget on Monday and as he steps up to the despatch box you may hear a collective intake of breath.
If the Tay Cities Deal is to be signed then it will be administered in a post-Brexit environment.
Up until this week I had barely heard mention of Dales Voe within the context of the Scottish offshore infrastructure debate.
The UK’s manufacturing sector does not have its troubles to seek.
The North Sea is often presented as Scotland’s Klondike.
When I heard the prime minister was heading for Edinburgh during the Fringe, I naturally thought she’d be playing it for laughs by giving Brexit: Omnishambles its debut on the comedy circuit.
The Dundee Fortnight – or the trades holiday as it is also known – spanned the last week in July and first in August and was when the city’s heavy industries traditionally fell silent.