it was revealed tonight, Donald Trump’s fresh talks held with the developers of an offshore wind farm says he will his golf development in Aberdeenshire destroyed. In other news, residents in their homes were trapped when a fire was deliberately in an apartment building in Perth began talking of panic and fear. And in sports, St Johnstone Assistant, Tommy Wright, says that working with Billy McKinlay Saints can help forge links with Fulham.
Scotland’s dark middle of the summer with a definite impact on consumer spending on the high street. In other news: Two women were arrested in connection with the death of a woman in an apartment downtown Aberdeen. “The distress means.” It is a phrase that entered economic vocabulary a generation of workers who feel the pinch in an age of austerity to define. Work started the wreck of two RAF Tornado last week in the Moray Firth crashed to recover. The Clydesdale Bank has 99 jobs in Scotland to cut as part of a restructuring program. Edinburgh Zoo’s penguin colony, a new house to get food 3/4 of a million pounds. And in sports: Day 1 of this year’s Scottish Open, the signs of a close Castle Stuart.