The last few weeks have not been a barrel of laughs.
Smoking is a habit I have never formed.
A £2 billion wind farm development off the Angus coast has taken a major step forward with the securing of several tier one supply agreements.
There was a stark reminder this week of why people like me keep blathering on about the importance of securing the Tay Cities Deal.
Shares in Stagecoach took a double digit spike as investors reacted to the Perth transport giant’s confirmation it was in talks to potential offload its US operations.
A major Angus manufacturer of window blinds has seen profits improve in its 50th anniversary year.
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.
A Fife-based manufacturer of premium paints made a multi-million-pound loss in its first full year under the ownership of Dulux.
Perth public transport giant Stagecoach is to refocus on its UK operations after ending its American dream.
Plans to build out Scotland’s first commercial gold and silver mine have been given the green light after years of planning delays.