Principals take a backseat this week, as Andrew Youngson interviews the talented ensemble cast of hit musical Dirty Dancing
Ahead of his hilarious improvisation shows in Aberdeen and Inverness in May, Have I Got News For You funnyman Paul Merton talks to Andrew Youngson about the joys of unpreparedness
It’s not easy being green – it’s Wicked. The emerald witch herself, Ashleigh Gray, speaks to Andrew Youngson
This weekend’s Portsoy to Huntly Slow Marathon is all about the journey – not the speed of reaching the destination, writes Andrew Youngson
Help may be at hand for employers who want to offer flexibility on when employees work or their benefits and, at the same time, exceed business objectives.
In today’s modern world where employers recognise key stages in life, it seems there is one remaining natural life event that is being ignored – the menopause.
Ahead of his live performance in Aberdeen, West End and Hollywood star Adam Garcia talks to Andrew Youngson about the challenges of being an all-round performer
What: Ross County Annual Dinner.
What: Cornerstone Fizz Friday.
Specialist fire and safety engineering products and services provider, Oteac, has appointed a business development manager as it seeks to expand its international offering.
In recent months, the majority of auto enrolment headlines have focused on smaller employers who are preparing to meet their staging dates – but what about those employers who have already staged and their considerations for this year?
The significant economic challenge facing the North Sea oil and gas sector, brought to a head by the fall in the oil price, is taking its toll in human terms.
What: Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) annual fundraising dinner, hosted by the Friends of AIYF.
What: The Sparkling Showstoppers Supper.
Spacious living and access to amenities coincide beautifully in this Aberdeen flat.
What: The Vine Trust reception and dinner, sponsored by Wood Group PSN. Vine Trust is an international interdenominational volunteering charity which seeks to enable volunteers to make a real and significant difference to some of the poorest children and communities in the world.
Thirty years after HIV was first tested for in the UK, Andrew Youngson finds out what it means to live with the condition today
Today, the prognosis for Brits living with HIV is mercifully better than it was at the point of outbreak 30 years ago, with the vast majority going on to lead long and fulfilling lives.
What: Trek (Together Raising Essential Kindness) charity celebratory dinner and dance.
Since the first HIV tests were introduced in the UK 30 years ago, the treatments have taken huge steps forward. Here's a brief rundown of some significant steps on the way to helping people living with the condition lead long and full lives:
Thirty years after HIV testing was introduced in the UK, Andrew Youngson finds out what it means to live with the condition today
The lives of our nation’s historical figures will intertwine with those of upcoming artists and designers next week. Andrew Youngson finds out why there has never been a better time to look again at our immediate surroundings
Ahead of her Lemon Tree gig later this month, poet and spoken-word artist Hollie McNish talks to Andrew Youngson about her Scottish inspirations
What: Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards.
What: Aberdeen Asset Management Universities’ Boat Race Ball.
What: The ACCA Scotland annual members’ network dinner in Aberdeen.
What: Gladrags and Cartridge Bags shooting club event.
What: The 2015 Gordonian Association (GA) Dinner.
What: The Taylor Made Ball.
Adam Garcia has a name and a face which is known to many, but particularly fans of the film Coyote Ugly, and the stage musical Saturday Night Fever. But did you know the Aussie star has also shared top billing with the likes of Drew Barrymore, Lindsay Lohan and Frozen star Idina Menzel?
While he tries to maintain a low media profile, Adam Garcia can’t fight being forever known as the ‘Ugly’ guy. Andrew Youngson writes
It is often said that change is the only constant in life. While some events in life can be planned for, other events can happen out of the blue. All the more reason to consider a personal financial plan, which will provide peace of mind that whatever is around the corner, you have adequate resources set aside to manage.