The four devolved nations have now found a way to allow Christmas to happen.
Cullen Golf Club forced to put 150th anniversary celebrations on hold – but promise to mark milestone next year
Cullen have put their 150th anniversary celebrations at the Old Tom Morris-designed course on hold until next year.
While undoubtedly well-intentioned, I have reservations about Boris Johnson’s green crusade, specifically the decision to ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2030 (a policy not included in the Tory manifesto at the last election).
I watched a recent President Obama interview and remembered what was and then looked forward to what could be with the new presidency.
Rachel Corsie column: Maths says otherwise – but Scotland’s women must win both Euro qualifiers against Portugal and Finland
Scotland action goes on next week, and it is the turn of the women as we continue our quest to secure a second consecutive qualification for the Euros
This drawing by the Aberdeen-born artist William Dyce – often considered the forefather of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood – depicts a small, mischievous-looking sprite. It is simply titled Puck.
Deender Ash Taylor believes the current Aberdeen team is the strongest he has played in during five seasons at the club.
I cannot believe the arrogance of the Aberdeen Cycle Forum, Grampian Cycle Partnership and Scottish Cycling North East Grampian, who are calling for the return of the cycle lane at the beach.
Joe Harper column: Scottish Government inertia over football’s fan return must end – a plan is the least clubs like Aberdeen deserve
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon must open immediate discussions with Scottish football to produce a plan to get fans back to stadiums.
Two EE stories this week had my life flashing before my teary eyes.
It has been a near-catastrophic last few days in my house, what with the threat of the TV being removed after I dared to smile when Scotland beat Serbia to qualify for the European football championship next year.
To say that I am very angry at what went on at Draft Project by Soul Bar by people watching Serbia versus Scotland football on Thursday is an understatement.
The Fife pottery owner Robert Heron employed an expert painter from Bohemia called Karel Nekola and began making Wemyss Ware in 1882. Named after the Wemyss family of Wemyss Castle, the high-quality hand-painted decoration made it a commercial success.
I heard our first minister defending the Scottish Test & Trace system yesterday. She seemed to compare our system with the English counterpart which, like ours, is not working to expectations.
Dyce Juniors made a winning start in the first round of the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup with a 2-1 victory against Deveronvale.
Willie Miller column: Clubs got through fan test events with flying colours, so why does it feel like we’re binning results?
The return of supporters to stadiums in Scotland must be placed high on the agenda in any discussions between football authorities and the government.
ANd with that, the clouds parted, a shaft of sunlight descended and a heavenly choir burst into an angelic chorus of “hallelujah”.
I heartily concur with EFM (EE, November 11) that Glasgow and Lanarkshire should be in Tier 4. The only reason Nicola Sturgeon didn’t lock down the Central Belt is that she has her eyes on next year’s election.
Scotland's target must be to follow up the high of Euro 2020 qualifying by reaching the World Cup.
In these ever-changing times, it’s nice to be able to experience the sense of security you get when buying a property at a fixed price.
Those who want to be free of the union always use such derogative language which I’m sure we’ve all got used to hearing from the SNP over past several years.
Rachel Corsie column: Aberdeen Women can cement blistering SWPL2 start with win over nearest rivals Hamilton
It is some pleasant viewing when you open up the SWPL2 table online.
The performance in Belgrade to secure Euro 2020 qualification was as good as I have seen by a Scotland team for many years.
Former Scotland manager Alex McLeish says ending more than 20 years of qualifying hurt means “everything”.
Hurrah, Hurrah, the wicked witch is dead... or is she? Yes, it appears we have a viable Covid vaccine, but after we’ve stopped cheering, and jumping up and down, let’s look at some issues.
Three momentous events in one week. Nice-but-nobody-special Joe Biden scrapes through to the US presidency. A lovely couple, who sound like the legendary scientific geniuses Louie and Marie Pasteur, crack the Covid vaccine. And … Mo finally gets her flu jab. Fit next? Trumpie conceding he wisnae swicked?
The news that changes are coming to the law regarding fireworks in Scotland is most welcome.
Are we heading for a happy ending to the Covid-19 story?
One of the key players behind the success of Metro Aberdeen Running Club in recent years is moving to France.