Born in Aberdeen, James Cromar Watt (1862-1940) was an architect, enamellist and jeweller who amassed a vast collection of decorative art from overseas, including Chinese lacquerware, metalwork, ceramics, carvings and textiles.
Without a doubt, much of the problem with testing lies at the feet of the UK Government.
Golf: Kings Links pro thinks Bryson DeChambeau’s ‘grip it and rip it’ approach will draw crowds like Tiger
Bryson DeChambeau is as short as 7-1 with some bookies for The Masters in November after bludgeoning his way to the US Open trophy in New York.
It is estimated there could now as many as 1.1 million people in Scotland caring unpaid for a loved one who is older, disabled, or seriously ill during the coronavirus pandemic.
Willie Miller column: Letting Scott McKenna go is sensible move for Aberdeen in difficult financial climate
Scott McKenna’s Nottingham Forest move is good for him and for Aberdeen.
Like many in the north-east of Scotland, and the Broch in particular, I remember the horror of Dennis Nilsen’s crimes at the time of his arrest and I found the Brian Masters book Killing For Company hard to put down.
RE recent cycle lane correspondence, I must congratulate those responsible for having the good sense to finally close the northbound left-hand turn on to Golf Road.
Fit next? This pandemic is fair diggin’ in. Plunged into lockdown in March, most of us thought it would all be over by summer – autumn at worst.
SUE Barker has confessed she had to be crow-barred out of the presenter’s seat of A Question of Sport and admitted she would not have gone voluntarily.
In recent days this page has been inundated with letters from readers complaining about the utter waste of money ACC has spent on various projects across the city.
Thimbles protect the finger while pushing a needle through cloth. They can be made of a wide range of materials, in different sizes and shapes, and with a diverse array of decoration.
I read with interest the article on the lady who had twice been challenged about not wearing a mask on a bus.
Mark Thomson fired a stunning six-under-par 64 to set a new course record at Kintore.
I am astounded the city council has given absolutely no thought for disabled and mobility impaired drivers wanting to visit the beach boulevard.
Newly-crowned Scottish PGA Champion Ross Cameron is aiming to scale new heights after enjoying the biggest success of his career.
I had sympathy for St Mirren and their manager Jim Goodwin after their three goalies were ruled out of the game with Hibs.
Aberdeen made it five wins in a row with Saturday’s victory at home to Kilmarnock.
Fans returned in small numbers to Scottish stadiums with 300 Aberdeen season ticket holders admitted for the game against Kilmarnock and the same number allowed for Ross County’s fixture with Celtic in Dingwall.
Aberdeen face a difficult evening in the Europa League against Viking FK on Thursday – but it’s still a very winnable tie for the Dons.
The recent disqualification of Novak Djokovic from the US Open, for hitting a line umpire with the ball, is symbolic of a number of the problems the world faces.
Deeside’s Robbie Simpson won the Lairig Ghru mountain marathon but has vowed to return to have another crack at breaking the course record.
As the final week of the transfer window closes in, all the big action has been in Manchester.
When I was a young man in the 1960s I vividly remember the arguments I had with my father regarding football.
It's been a week of Covid firsts. First time at the dentist since October, having missed my six-month check-up and hygienist rake-oot in April.
We drove from Bridge of Don end along to the beach to see the devastation for ourselves of the Promenade.
Rugby: Flanker Matthew Emmison goes full circle with Aberdeen Grammar after time in New Zealand and Super Six
One of the north-east’s most talented young rugby players has chosen to go back to Aberdeen Grammar – the club that gave him his first chance as a teenager.
Craig Bryson’s departure from Aberdeen is perhaps the best thing for all parties.
It has been a peacekeeping week, though not on the scale that would have taxed Kofi Annan.
The photograph of Glen Tanar House with a tennis court was taken by George Washington Wilson in the 1870s.