To step over the threshold of this period manse is to be enveloped in the past, complete with endless charm and plenty of quirks.
It is 10pm and I am tucked up in bed, eager for sleep before another early morning alarm call from my toddler.
The ground is frozen solid underfoot, and the last dregs of sunlight are bleeding into dusk.
If you turn right at the entrance of Aberdeen Maternity Hospital, you’ll inevitably come across excited visitors and proud parents cradling their new additions.
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It has been 23 years since the Ernie family relocated from Norfolk to Aberdeenshire, with no idea as to what lay in store.
Liam Thom is the first to admit that his day job isn’t particularly exciting.
With every brush stroke, Katie Guthrie thinks of the sea.
As we start a new year, people tend to look back and reflect on what has passed.
St Machar’s Cathedral is cloaked in darkness, with only the faint glow from a lantern at the gateway.
Has it really been 20 years since we welcomed in the new millennium?
As the clock chimes midnight on Christmas Eve, people across the country come together in song. Their voices soar to the rafters of historic cathedrals, and echo within the stone walls of little-known churches.
The scent of pine needles and twinkling fairy lights never fails to warm the heart, even for the Scrooges among us.
At 17 years old, Tessa Yau is preparing to take school exams and has high hopes of becoming a doctor.
A year after successfully campaigning for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) to base its second helicopter in the Granite City, the Press and Journal is backing the charity’s fundraising campaign to get it off the ground.
Nick Cronin looks like a typical office worker in the Granite City, suited and booted for his software job with an oil and gas company.
At almost seven feet tall, it is difficult for Alastair Meek to slip by unnoticed.
With stunning landscaped grounds and period character, Lurg Lodge is a hidden gem in Aberdeenshire.
If you like to make an impression in life, you can’t go far wrong with Number Eight, Oakhill Grange.
Raymond Birnie has the best seat in the house, with his chair positioned for the ultimate vantage point.
A sharp wind whisks across Longside airfield and the landing strip is completely exposed to the elements.
Voluntarily driving for almost seven hours across the country with a toddler and a dog sounds like madness.
Simple in name, The Cottage manages to capture that nostalgic feeling of home in just two short words.
It’s a blustery cold morning in Aberchirder, and only a handful of hardy dog walkers can be spotted in the village.
In this frenzied world of technology and ever-changing trends, it would seem there is no room for tradition.
It has been 10 years since Julie and Graeme Hoyle set eyes on this Georgian mansion, which dates back to 1790.
Tariro Gandiya fell in love with Orkney after her degree in medicine at Aberdeen University saw her visit the island for her remote and rural placement. Now a speciality doctor, she never imagined that she would start a new life in Orkney with her family
We’ve all dreamed of a more simple way of life, free of stress and the constant chime of technology. The idea of running your own croft can seem rather appealing on a Monday morning, as you face yet another traffic jam.
Having moved to Aberdeen three years ago, I have always marvelled at just how quickly you can escape the city for the glorious countryside.
You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, or so the saying goes.
Music has an incredible power, the impact of which is universal.
Lauren Yule is softly spoken, and flushes crimson when talking about herself.