Many of you will have noticed Aberdeen - aka the Dons - are scheduled to appear in the William Hill Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park on May 27.
If I must consult a psychiatrist, the shrink just might unearth why I am unlike three-quarters of dads who, according to a survey, are too scared to investigate strange noises around the house during the night.
My dad tried to instil in me a love of football and general and Hearts in particular.
When the idea of centralising police and ambulance control rooms was first mooted - and we know how much the Scottish Government likes centralisation - I didn't see what all the fuss was about from those who objected to the move.
Don't you love it when folk get all hot and bothered about the most trivial things.
There are several questions arising from the conviction of thug Aiden Bartlett and his unnamed 17-year-old cowardly pal for launching a brutal and unprovoked attack on Richard Boyd.
Can we not use the phrase "game on" about IndyRef2, please.
This will give us an excellent opportunity in the North-east of Scotland.
I was heavily involved in the pro-Union campaign in the first referendum and the public do not want a return to the division and uncertainty of that period.
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I hadn't been aware until this week that a campaign had been launched by Alison Thewliss, the SNP MP for Glasgow Central, to persuade football clubs to become “breastfeeding friendly”.
Gosh it looks like I’m a racist now. How on earth did that happen?
It's official, the BBC will not proceed with plans for a Scottish Six - an hour-long news programme of national and international stories presented from Glasgow at 6pm Monday to Friday.
Aberdeen being named and shamed as having worse traffic congestion than London at peak times comes as no surprise to me.
Politics on both side of the Atlantic seems to be in turmoil, with Donald Trump's administration taking some very bad hits and Tony Blair seeking to derail Brexit.
Many of us have a wistful affection for the past; nostalgia we call it.
My heart sank when I read the news that large parts of the UK won't be able to see the Northern Lights by the middle of the next century.
Are you scared yet? If not, don’t you think you should be?
It is not in the nature of business people to protest, as in placards, megaphones and shouts of: "What do we want?"
At last, it’s official, the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union and the uncertainty of will we or won’t we is over.
You may not know, or particularly care, but Begbie is an ancient and venerable Scottish name.
The people on the other side are vociferous, scary almost.
Gosh, free parking in the city centre after 5pm, what a brilliant idea to boost the heart of Aberdeen.
How the world has changed since my mother would send me to the corner shop – Geordie Croft’s – for a loaf of bread; unsliced and unwrapped.
Real Madrid truly were a sight to behold on Wednesday night.
Hogmanay TV highlighted trend towards cost-cutting