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Scotland’s top junior female cyclist benefits from Central Investment Sponsorship

Central Investment, one of Scotland’s leading firms of independent financial advisers, is delighted to announce its sponsorship of Georgia Mansfield, Scotland’s fastest junior female cyclist. As part of a three year deal, the company has offered its support by donating a bespoke track bike which will allow Georgia to compete in key races and fulfil…

Mr Murs will see you now.

Have you heard the news? Olly Murs will be gracing the North-east with his presence on July 21st at an outdoor arena… Elton John style circa 2015. This specially constructed outdoor arena will take place on the grounds of Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) and will present Mr Murs to 16,000 screaming fans, whilst…

Trend June/July 2017 – Now online!

Feast your eyes on the online version of the June/July 2017, perfect for your mobile device! The latest issue of Trend Magazine is now available to view via our issuu page, and our app. You can download the Trend app through your app store on your mobile-device or tablet. Apple: https://appsto.re/gb/AVzD8.i Android: http://bit.ly/1Inkl4W

End of an era for an iconic Aberdeen store

One of Aberdeen’s oldest independent retailers may close its doors this summer unless a buyer is found.  After 52 years at the helm, the owner of Nova, Mrs Rosemary McCann is due to retire.  She was instrumental in setting up in 1965 what was then a new design concept in gift shopping in Aberdeen’s West…

The last word with George Burnett

George Burnett’s love of squash inspired him to have a go at opening a sports shop in Aberdeen more than 30 years ago and today, the proud 67-year-old Torry loon  is still playing the game at the city’s squash racquets club at Mannofield where he has twice been club captain. What’s more, he is also…

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