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A new approach to bespoke kitchens

One of Scotland’s leading kitchen designers is bringing a whole new concept in bespoke kitchens and interiors to their new creative design hub in the city. Designer Kieron Bell is known for creating some of the country’s most luxurious, bespoke kitchens and interiors since launching in 2017. The multi award-winning designer has a shelf full…

E&Ms to be transformed

The revamp of one of the city’s most iconic buildings, part of the former Esslemont and Macintosh (E&Ms) department store, has begun as The McGinty’s Group officially takeover. The independent hospitality group which now operates eight pubs, restaurants and hotels in Aberdeen, has started a significant refurbishment project which will see them occupy and transform…

The Last Word:

Charles Skene When you sit down for a chat with Aberdeen’s visionary entrepreneur, Charles Skene, you simply cannot believe that the former wedding photographer turned 84 at the end of April. While other men of the same vintage may struggle to walk the dog, he is full on at the helm of the Skene House…

Canary Gold

There has long been a debate as to where musical ability comes from – thousands of hours of dedicated practice, or is it something we inherit from our ancestors? If aberdeen-born band canary gold was taken as a test case, there would be a strong argument for genetics. Canary Gold is fronted by brothers Spencer…

Play on!

When I was a kid, playing outside was the norm. We would exit the house just after breakfast, and only return inside for snacks or toilet breaks. These days, there is so much competition for our children’s time, particularly from all things electronic, we have to get clever if we want to shift their focus…

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