Stewart Milne Homes are officially launching the first homes in the new phase at Dunnottar Park in Stonehaven on Saturday 3rd November.
It’s getting colder, darker and windier, and for many of us this time of year brings with it the need to look after ourselves better.
This two bedroom ground floor apartment is situated in the attractive village of Blackburn just 9 miles west of Aberdeen and 8 miles north to the market town of Inverurie where you will find an abundance of quality retailers. And there is £1,000 per month incentive for 6 months.
Fresh and clear tap water is something we take for granted in a country where rainfall is plentiful. But, to provide an uninterrupted supply of great tasting, high quality water is no mean feat.
Don’t forget about your garden or lawn this autumn. With more than 20 years’ experience in lawn care, Smart Lawns is advising you how you can get the best out of your garden this autumn and winter.
Every week Royal Bank of Scotland flying banker, Anne Rendall, embarks on a whistle-stop tour of Scotland’s islands, bringing vital services to the country’s most remote communities.
Ever since Andrew Scott Dental Care introduced fillers and muscle relaxing injections, clients have been enhancing their new smiles.
You can now eat healthily without knowing anything about nutrition.
Secret agents of all ages are invited to the Trinity Centre on Sunday 8th July for a game like no other. Work together with your families to find clues, solves puzzles and meet with undercover spies in this unique experience.
As the focus now falls on Russia and the World Cup this month Aberdeen Sports Village is kicking off its summer campaign with a great offer to help you achieve your fitness goals.
A modern new dental practice launched in Aberdeen’s west end by one of the city’s best-regarded dentists, Andrew Scott, is guaranteed to have patients smiling.
Gin is fast becoming the most popular tipple in bars across Aberdeenshire, and Scotland as a whole. It is as fashionable as it is refreshing.
The summer of cycling is here! Get up close to elite cyclists and raise a glass with the UK’s number one alcohol-free wine, Eisberg, as the Tour Series comes to Aberdeen tomorrow.
Smyths Toys Superstores are having a party!
Nepalese cuisine has fast become a popular choice for diners as more and more restaurants offering this style of cooking are opening. There may be around 400 Nepalese restaurants in the UK, but there is a very special one worth visiting in Aberdeen, The Himalayas Restaurant in Peterculter.
Wake to the Mediterranean sun and enjoy an early morning swim in crystal clear waters. Breakfast will be served on the aft deck then perhaps another swim before you set sail.
We are close approaching the final North Hop festival and we have two pairs of tickets to give away.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope, it’s the signal that the north-east’s biggest comic book convention is back – and bigger than ever!
Things are taking a dramatic turn at one of Aberdeen’s most popular entertainment venues as they roll out their calendar for drama season.
Offshore Europe – one of Aberdeen’s biggest oil and gas events – is back. And for many visitors to the city, finding the place to go for something to eat or drink can be tricky.
Music lovers will be descending on Aberdeen in September for the city’s best-loved music festival.
Nissan customers got their first proper look at the new Qashqai and X-Trail this weekend – and they were impressed by what they saw.
A popular German beer festival is set to return to Aberdeen later this year.
A popular Aberdeen bar has announced it will be launching a new live music night.
Whether you are looking for something to eat before the curtain goes up or you are just in the mood for some delicious food, there’s one Aberdeen restaurant you have to try.
The Whisky Mash Festival is back and is offering aficionados the chance to sample offerings from a wide range of Scottish distilleries.
More than 30 handbags and hundreds of other prizes are up for grabs in a special Trinity Centre competition.
People’s lives are so busy and between work, families, friends and partners, trying to find time to take care of yourself can seem impossible.
It's a well-known fact that mums pretty much know everything, which can make it a little tricky to find them the perfect gift for Mother’s Day!
Tens of thousands of Scots in their 50s, 60s and 70s have taken on a caring role – but they don’t have to cope on their own.