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Aberdeen’s Treasure Hub

If you think of museums and art galleries as stuffy, snobby, dusty or boring, then booking a tour of the Aberdeen Treasure Hub will change your mind. The Treasure Hub, on Granitehill Road, is the new repository for all the art and artefacts the city owns. It’s a combination of a purpose-built, high tech store,…

Nuart Aberdeen

Aberdeen’s celebration of street art Last year’s inaugural event was hugely popular, with walls all over the city centre becoming the canvas for creative work by some of the leading street art practitioners from around the world. This year’s festival runs from April 12-15, with sites across the city. Aberdeen Inspired’s Ross Grant shares what’s…

The Law Practice announces new ownership

In a move to support plans for future growth, Aberdeen-based solicitors and estate agents, The Law Practice, has announced that local solicitor, Lesley McKnight, has taken over ownership of the company. As principal solicitor, Ms McKnight brings over 10 years of experience to The Law Practice, having held a variety of senior positions throughout her…

Mothers Day – 11th March

Mothers…where would we be without them? That subtle way of treating you like you’re eight, no matter how old you get, the way they let their grandkids away with murder, the way that, no matter what, they are always there for you. Maybe it’s time to show your appreciation, with something more unusual than a…

The last word

Russell Anderson Fans’ favourite Russell Anderson will forever be in the Aberdeen Football Club hall of fame for his 407 appearances in the number 4 jersey, making him presently sixth in the table of longest serving players. The former Aberdeen Grammar School pupil can also claim 11 caps for Scotland, albeit his debut was a…

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