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I can't get over the speed with which the council has reacted to getting £1.76 million from the government.
Cheers! After our long Lockdown, the Neest’s bars and cafes were allowed to start serving us – strictly al fresco and 2m apart – on Monday.
It comes as absolutely no surprise to me that Brazil’s prime minister Jair Bolsonaro has been confirmed as having coronavirus.
It's still the talk of the town. Or should that be the walk of the town?
As per their legal requirement, Aberdeenshire Council have just reviewed the taxi fares and increased them by circa 3%.
We are concerned about the trees and habitat on the Meldrum House Estate.
I read, hear and see reports of an economic Armageddon we are now in as a result of the pandemic we are going through. Apparently it is the worst economic situation ever.
If Aberdeen can take care of Rangers on the first day of the season it would be a huge statement.
Finally, the arts are being thrown a lifeline in the devastating storm of coronavirus.
With regard to all the other contributors’ opinions on the “temporary” social distancing measures now in place, it is my belief that this WILL lead to the pedestrianisation of Union Street, which will then inhibit access by the infirm or disabled.
RE the use of face coverings, it’s going to be busier out there. More people going about and distancing shorter so it makes a lot of sense! LC.
I read the piece by Scott Begbie about the building of the north-east's answer to the Maginot line with interest because my uncle, Nigel Walker, was an army officer that supervised and organised the installation of the pill boxes and concrete cubic blocks from Angus to Fraserburgh along the coast.
Scotland Internationalist Chloe Arthur has joined rivals Aston Villa from Birmingham City during the summer transfer window.
It has been something that I have certainly heard being flirted with before, however the Premier League has confirmed its interest in taking over the running of the women’s top flight of football.
The NWSL Challenge Cup is up and running.
Believe it or not, I’ve a couple of major thingies in common with Blustering Boris.
Work is resuming on Aberdeen City Council’s house-building programme. They had plenty time to fix the potholes while the roads were quiet! JL.
I wrote to the Evening Express on how to open up Union Street.
Writing about the Covid-19 crisis, regular correspondent Andrew Lamb states that “while there have been mistakes, that’s the problem of being part of the UK”.
I was really shocked to see from the photo in your paper that Tertowie House is derelict.
We must assume Kleon Papadimitriou has the backside of a rhino – not in size, of course – but in toughness.
RE factors leading to someone becoming a domestic abuser, interesting this is focused as always on males being the abusers. In my opinion, females are no better, particularly when it comes to psychological abuse, although it isn’t reported as much due to male machismo. Zs.
I completely agree with Carrie Mitchell’s comment in the EE on June 27
At last there seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel regarding the eradication of Covid-19, and while there have been mistakes, that’s the problem of being part of the UK.
In the immortal words of Father Ted – “careful now”.
Re TUI’s decision to cancel all holidays to Florida until December: well done, TUI. A lot of people go to Florida for the theme parks as part of the experience. It costs a lot of money and for many can be a once-in-a-lifetime trip, so who would want to be restricted? MM.
My blood boils to see the stupid minority of morons breaking all the rules designed to contain this deadly virus and risking causing the deaths of many more from a virus for which there is no vaccine.