Donald Trump is a president "who simply cannot be trusted" in future trade negotiations, SNP deputy leader Kirsty Blackman has said.
Kirsty Blackman MP
The campaign to spare an Aberdeen bank from closure has surged forward with a petition being formed calling on the UK Government to intervene.
I read a piece the other day by Norman Harper about preserving the Doric. There's no doubt that Doric is dying out. My parents’ generation all grew up speaking and understanding Doric, but bairns nowadays look at me as if I've got two heads if I point out how fool or clartit they are.
An Aberdeen MP has insisted now is "precisely the time" to be calling for tax cuts - despite the fall in Treasury receipts from the oil and gas industry amid the downturn.
John Swinney yesterday raised hopes that work to improve Aberdeen's Haudagain roundabout could start as early as next year - only for them to be quickly dashed by his own staff.
The divisions in the Labour party are rarely out of the news at the moment. The Oldham by-election showed though, that Jeremy Corbyn is far from unelectable.
When I was younger, Aberdonians always looked at Dundee and somehow thought less of the city just an hour down the road.
A UK Government minister has warned north-east local authorities that it is up to them to ensure that their bid for a £3billion City Deal is "credible" and "robust".
UK ministers will be challenged at Westminster next week over the progress of Aberdeen’s “game-changing” £3billion City Deal.
When Callum McCaig (MP for Aberdeen South) and I arrived at the count most of our volunteers had been out helping since 10am.