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Kate Forbes is far from perfect, but she’s the leader the north is crying out for

It wouldn’t be much of a surprise if readers of The Press and Journal wondered whether it makes any difference who replaces Humza Yousaf as first...

01.05.2024 6

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Euan Mccolm May 1 2024

Ayrton Senna’s legacy remains undiminished 30 years after his death at Imola in 1994

There are some sports stars whose lustre remains undimmed long after they have vanished into the ether. It might be 30 years since the late, great...

01.05.2024 30

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Neil Drysdale May 1 2024

‘Freedom for Scotland’ and ‘freedom for Palestine’ are not comparable

“Freedom for Palestine. Freedom for Scotland. Freedom for everyone,” came the chant in Glasgow last weekend, from those attending a march in...

25.04.2024 10

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John Ferry April 25 2024

Colin Farquhar: Does Aberdeen’s Shell HQ demolition signify a fresh start or the beginning of an end?

Do you know Newmill Hill Forest? As you cross the Culter Burn on North Deeside Road, over the bridge, passing Borsalino’s Italian restaurant, you...

23.04.2024 10

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Colin Farquhar April 23 2024

Chris Deerin: Lack of leadership could cost SNP dearly at upcoming elections

Are the SNP heading for a tonking in the general election, and then in the Holyrood election that follows in 2026? I’ve struggled to make my mind...

08.04.2024 1

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Chris Deerin April 8 2024

Stuart Fyvie: Retrofitting challenge for Aberdeen’s older office buildings

It is common knowledge by now that buildings are significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, around 40% can be attributed to the...

21.03.2024 4

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Stuart Fyvie March 21 2024