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The Last Word

‘It is an honour and a privilege to be part of Britain’s oldest business, going back 900 years, but we must move with the times and create berthage for the biggest vessels, including cruise ships,’ she says. ‘Aberdeen will boast a unified port fit to be the biggest and best in the UK. We already have…

Art For Everyone

This year saw Aberdeen Art Fair celebrate its eighth year. It’s the third time the event has been staged at the Beach Ballroom, which now sits alongside NEOS and the Aberdeen Artists Show as one of the city’s main art events for collectors. The event features a tremendous range of galleries and artists, with work from…

Get Lost In A Book

Books make a thoughtful Christmas gift, especially since a National Literary Trust survey last year suggested that over 750,000 UK schoolchildren do not have a single book of their own. Boys and teenagers were especially likely not to own books, which can leave them four times as likely to lag behind their peers when it comes…

Ramp Up The Festivities

There is something whimsical and nostalgic about going to an actual Christmas market in the festive run-up, which makes you feel like a kid again. Whether it’s the mulled wine and roast chestnuts, the lights and the carols, or an excuse to get a selfie with Santa, a visit to a Christmas market can’t fail…

Hotel Association targets Young People

Aberdeen City and Shire Hotel Association (ACSHA) have been working hard in this Year of Young People to engage youngsters to choose a career in hospitality and tourism. If you were at the TREND awards dinner you might have met some sparkling young people from hotels across the city on the ACSHA table. Inviting them…

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