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.
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.
My wife and I went to the P&J Live centre and got our Covid jab a couple of weeks ago.
Regarding those questioning Nicola Sturgeon’s roadmap out of lockdown.
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.
Facebook has blocked many sources of news in Australia for their users.
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.
Mr Johnson, the Prime Minister, gave an update on his “roadmap” for the easing of lockdown restrictions.
I, on behalf of my family, feel compelled to write in response to an article we read in the Evening Express referencing an inspection at Mowat Court Care Home.
It was one of those situations that you had to be there to see for yourself – standing on Tillycorthie Farm road at 10.30pm on February 13 the scene was somewhat surreal.
As a coalition of leading providers of care and support to vulnerable children and young people, we echo the call by the Scottish Association for Mental Health in its manifesto for the Scottish Parliament elections for “radical action” to combat a growing mental health crisis.
Re the letter from CW, might I lend my support to this letter.
There’s nothing romantic about artery-clogging animal-derived foods, but there’s everything to love about healthy, delicious plant-based meals.
Boris Johnson and Nicola Surgeon locked us all down, closed the shops and told us all to work from home unless absolutely necessary to go out.
How sad that Scotland’s glorious Calcutta Cup victory over England at Twickenham was overshadowed by a row about Scottish (and English) rugby players not taking the knee.
Last week my 79-year-old father who has a plethora of ill health problems, many life threatening, went out to the vaccination centre.
I have supported Aberdeen since 1947 – yes, that was 74 years ago!
I agree with letter-writer Mr Park that judgment on how this pandemic has been handled should be passed later.
I’ve just watched the Jeremy Issacs serıes, Cold War, narrated by Kenneth Branagh – a fantastic serıes about one of the most ımportant perıods of modern-day hıstory.
RE AK’s letter on doom and disaster. If you felt a bit down before reading it then, by god, you were in peril of feeling downright miserable afterwards.
Regarding the council plans for a new football stadium and leisure centre at Aberdeen beach.
RE the letter by A Lamb on January 26, regarding the Dons refurbishing Pittodrie. I think this would be a worthwhile exercise, particularly in the current Covid financial climate.
Those of us who watched the Hibs v Rangers game on Wednesday night couldn’t have failed to see Alfredo Morelos stamp on the thigh of a Hibernian player.
RE Sean Wallace’s column about the online abuse aimed at Scott Wright.
Our post offices have sadly diminished and now our banks are practically all gone.
The SNP have rolled out a “Plan B” roadmap to a referendum and plan to hold either a legal, or illegal, referendum if they win a majority in the Scottish parliament at the May elections. They say that this majority gives them a mandate to hold a second poll. I disagree.