The last few weeks have not been a barrel of laughs.
Scotland’s First Minister has described the closure threat to the Dundee Michelin plant as “devastating for the workers” and wider city.
Hundreds of jobs and tens of millions in new investment are being promised to Dundee by a decommissioning company behind plans to build Moonraker, the UK’s largest offshore heavy lift vessel.
Going by the scenes in Dundee city centre last week, there must be a good living to be had in gown-making.
Construction of a £2 billion wind farm off Fife will begin next year after RSPB Scotland lost a long running legal challenge against development.
Free at the point of use is a phrase I normally associate with the NHS, not car driving.
I cannot think of anything I would rather not be than a politician.
A Dundee businessman could face a criminal probe after gaining a £250,000 payment by lodging a false bank invoice.
Union leaders have called for former Muirfield Contracts chairman John Stodart to face criminal proceedings after he used cash from the ailing group to buy luxury property in Dubai.
“Anyone who makes the shortlist really deserves to be there.”