When Ingrid Bergman asks Humphry Bogart what he’s thinking in the film Casablanca, I’m sure most people don’t realise that they were speaking the Scots language!
This week’s Aberdonian is celebrating International Women’s Day which takes place on Monday March 8.
This week’s Aberdonian has taken a look back at archive images of the Lyric Music Society.
Birthdays– who’d have ’em?
Nearly every week, reports of the kidnapping of dogs – from back gardens, from their homes, or even while they’re out for a walk – hit the headlines.
Aberdeen’s loan strikers need to be delivered ammunition if they are to shoot them to a third-placed Premiership finish.
Now we wait.
Kemnay’s Alix Still will get another crack at Scottish indoor pentathlon record at NCAA Championships
Kemnay athlete Alix Still has earned another opportunity to crack the Scottish women’s indoor pentathlon record before the end of the winter season.
With the forthcoming election for the Scottish Parliament, we as a parents group strongly disagree with Aberdeen City Council’s continued use of Glashieburn Primary as a polling station.
Many citizens in Aberdeen city have been out with their cameras snapping photos of the latest Tetris-based film Falling Blocks being filmed in Tillydrone Avenue and other areas of the city, pictured.
Willie Miller column: Aberdeen need maximum points from Hamilton and Dundee United clashes to have chance of third
Aberdeen can’t afford any slip-ups before the top-six split in the race to secure third spot.
As Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation Scotland launch their manifesto for the 2021 Scottish elections, it is clear there is a long way to go to protect and improve lung health in Scotland.
Athletics: North-east woman Glynis Buchan, 45, runs more than 5K every day for more than three years
Three years ago, Glynis Buchan set herself a target of running at least 5k every day throughout January.
My wife and I went to the P&J Live centre and got our Covid jab a couple of weeks ago.
Rachel Corsie column: Scotland camp may have ended with disappointing result, but strides forward were made during week
The international window saw Scotland complete their Euro qualification campaign and, from the outside, it will have looked liked it ended in a manner which mirrored the group games as a whole.
Nearly a year since I revolutionised my shopping and went online.
Regarding those questioning Nicola Sturgeon’s roadmap out of lockdown.
Aberdeen must go on the attack from the opening minute to the last to overcome struggling Celtic at Parkhead tomorrow.
Scottish agates have been used in jewellery and other precious objects for more than 200 years.
Zoey Clark will bid for her fifth major championship medal when she represents Great Britain in next month’s European Indoor Championships at Torun, Poland.
Say what you like about the Scottish Football Association, but you wouldn’t want them running a raffle for your local Scout troop or youth club.
As it was a sunny day my wife and I decided to go for a walk in Duthie Park in Aberdeen.
So Boris and Nicola have set out their road maps to our bright new future, with enough ifs, buts, ands, and caveats to make lawyers very happy.
Greg Ingram has extra incentive to win the Hazlehead and Inverurie club championships this year.
Stonehaven are celebrating breaking into the top 100 courses in Scotland.
Facebook has blocked many sources of news in Australia for their users.
The week has been a positive one, and that was certainly one of the team’s biggest objectives as the women’s national side arrived in camp ahead of the international matches.
By not developing the magnificent beach area north of the River Don, Aberdeen is missing out on a golden opportunity to enhance both its tourist and leisure appeal.