Graham Huband, The Courier

Graham Huband

The Courier

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Past articles by Graham:

Inequality growing in Dundee as coronavirus crisis takes toll, says banking chief

A year ago I came to Dundee as part of a programme of visits across the UK organised by the Bank of England, where I am one of the Deputy Governors. → Read More

Support the magnificent NHS: it is our army, navy and airforce right now

At times in the past few days it has felt as though our entire world has shifted on its axis. → Read More

Action on first aid in schools will be louder than kind words

Seven days ago The Courier launched our First Aid Kids, Scotland’s army of lifesavers campaign and the response from the public and across public life in Scotland has been phenomenal. → Read More

Tay light show could transform rail bridge into new national icon

Those around me may very well disagree, but I try to maintain a sunny disposition on life. → Read More

OPINION: Call me naive but life shouldn’t mean life

It is impossible to have anything but sympathy with Linda McDonald’s position that life for killers should mean life. → Read More

OPINION: Closing Camperdown Golf Course would be a retrograde step for Dundee

Camperdown was my playground as a youngster. → Read More

OPINION: Is the Kingsway fit for another 100 years?

Exploration and discovery was not limited to the moon in 1969. → Read More

Dundee Matters: Time to give old buildings some long-overdue TLC

The ‘Conshy’ was once home to hundreds of college students. → Read More

Powers of persuasion needed to keep town and gown together

Going by the scenes in Dundee city centre last week, there must be a good living to be had in gown-making. → Read More

Dundee Matters: Buildings are key part of city’s narrative

I have always had a keen interest in Dundee’s built heritage. → Read More

Dundee Matters: Fankle over faculties could cost city dear

Few subjects are as politically charged as the education of our children. → Read More

Auchterarder business Rosettes Direct is proving to be a winner

Marjory Davidson of Rosettes Direct talks about her change of career. → Read More

Brexit casts shadow over Scottish economy

The Scottish economy weakened considerably in the first months of 2019 as the battle for Brexit took its toll on business confidence and investment. → Read More

Dundee Matters: City’s drugs problem is real and cannot be swept under carpet

Dundee has a drugs problem. → Read More

Dundee Matters: Littering excuses are just rubbish

Few things in life make my blood boil like littering. → Read More

Motoring memories brought back on trip to transport museum

As a geeky kid growing up in the 80s I loved cars. → Read More

Angus ready meals group investing for the future

Angus-based Strathmore Foods is continuing to invest in its manufacturing operation following a year in which sales moved marginally ahead. → Read More

DC Thomson Media expands radio portfolio with purchase of Kingdom FM and Original 106

Dundee-headquartered DC Thomson Media has acquired two of Scotland’s biggest commercial radio stations. → Read More

Health authority right to tackle smoking problem head-on

Smoking is a habit I have never formed. → Read More

BiFab yard back in business as wind sector deal is revealed

BiFab’s Arnish yard was back to work yesterday as first steeel was cut on a £26.5 million offshore piles contract. → Read More