Global warming, climate change, Donald Trump, unicorns and slime are just some of the hot topics tackled by school pupils hoping to be named Junior Journalist of the year.
IT is said that you never really grow up until you become a parent.
More than 2,500 school pupils have already signed up to take part in our fantastic Junior Journalist project – and there’s still time for your school to register.
A number of years ago, while I was on maternity leave with my second child, a promoted post became vacant at my place of work.
SO now, the end is near, and 2018 faces its final curtain. Good riddance to bad rubbish as the saying goes.
By the time this is printed, I may well have been proved wrong, such is the lot of a columnist. But so far, this year’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, is the perfect antidote to the madness that surrounds us.
Activist investor Christen Ager Hanssen vowed last night to fight the sale of Scottish publisher Johnston Press to a US hedge fund in a pre-pack administration deal.
It's that time of year again - and I don’t mean the post-Halloween rush to Christmas.
For the first time in almost 50 years today’s The Press and Journal has been produced from offices in the heart of Aberdeen.
Inverness-based local newspaper publisher Scottish Provincial Press (SPP) has plunged into the red during what its managing director described as a “very challenging year.”
The number of full-time journalists has dropped 25% in the last decade, an independent review has shown.
The Duke of Rothesay has praised the “invaluable” work of local newspapers and the “vital role” they continue to play in society.