Another week, another new Audi.
An award-winning Tayside song writer who immortalised the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge in music last year has released an EP which pays tribute to the newly opened Queensferry Crossing over the Forth.
Courier Country showed its support for Children in Need.
Kezia Dugdale was a popular leader of Scottish Labour.
A Dundee youngster undergoing treatment for leukaemia is to be the star of a BBC film for Children in Need.
Middle class Scots should carry the burden of “inevitable” tax rises, a former SNP minister has said.
Campaigners have accused a transport consultancy of inflating the cost of re-connecting a Fife community to the railway system.
Sir, - Every time clear evidence appears, such as the annual GERS report, of the deficit Gordian Knot that an independent Scotland would face, rather than face the reality of massive cuts and tax rises, SNP ministers, spin doctors and apologists trot out the old canards of “we wouldn’t have the cost of Trident or the new aircraft carriers and we could grow the economy to close the deficit gap”.
The Chancellor is a fool and is to be mocked for whatever egregious mistakes he has committed in the budget, while everyone should take note that Scotland is down some £3 billion over 10 years and that is terrible.
Botched workmanship led to this week’s partial closure of the Queensferry Crossing, a senior Scottish Government official has admitted.