It may have been shortened to CBI in recent years, but the clue really is in the name.
It hardly seems like 28 years but it is.
As a man who often finds himself running late, I could sympathise with Alex Salmond as aides hurried him to his next Dundee appearance on Monday.
Eighteen months ago I wrote in The Courier about the decommissioning opportunities for Dundee from Aberdeen’s oil and gas industry.
Ask any farmer what they think of red tape and they will invariably say “I hate it!”
If you want to have a sensible debate about fracking then now is not the time to do it.
The heat is on for George Osborne. After steering the UK economy to its first credit rating downgrade in more than a generation the Chancellor is facing a Budget day barracking from the Opposition benches.
With the Scotland and England football teams clashing for the first time in 14 years, Dr Stuart Waiton, the author of Snobs Law: Criminalising Football Fans in an Age of Intolerance, asks: Can we still slag off the English?
In many ways, the Transport Scotland scoping study into the future of Dundee Airport did not tell us anything we didn’t already know.
Fired up by his ability to milk an egg, Jim Murphy has set his sights considerably higher with his latest conjuring trick attempting to turn watered-down beer into wine uncorked to celebrate halting the SNP’s rise.