We’ve all got a weak spot when it comes to house hunting.
There’s nothing quite like moving into a house that’s in walk-in condition. And if there’s a chance to buy it furnished, even better.
Before her cancer diagnosis, Sonia Buchan had no ailments at all.
Emma Wilson was determined to do one thing after beating cervical cancer - raise awareness of the illness and its symptoms.
In a studio in Scottish Ballet’s purpose-built facility within the Tramway in Glasgow, a group of dancers are rehearsing for the company’s latest spellbinding production of Swan Lake.
When Nayana Koshy was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia aged 18, she was able to count on tremendous support from her family, friends and the medical staff who treated her.
It’s time to give your home a traditional spring spruce up, but don’t forget the most important improvements you should be making, says Dr Steffan George, development director of The Master Locksmiths Association.
When you’re going to start a family, you want to raise your brood somewhere safe; in a place where they are free to ride their bikes and kick a football around without the worry of crime or heavy traffic.
Elegant, spacious and brimming with tradition and character – this four bedroom home could be yours for offers over £420K
It's not often house hunters stumble upon a home that could have been plucked from another lifetime and placed on today's property market.
‘When I was diagnosed with cancer I went to live with my boyfriend… I didn’t want my mum seeing me in a bad way’
Sitting among the crowd at Starbucks in Aberdeen's Union Square, Jenni Smith hardly looked like somebody who had just recovered from cancer.
Leaving secondary school is a milestone in any person's life.
Ethel Greig was born in Turriff Cottage Hospital on October 2, 1939. Although she now lives in Auckland, New Zealand with her husband Selwyn, the close-knit streets of her home village New Byth remain close to her heart. Here, to kick off our new memoirs series in YL, Ethel recalls her childhood in Aberdeenshire and ventures abroad
Living close to the centre of town is ideal in any city. And if the home is in good condition and fully stocked with furniture it’s an all-round winner.
Running out of ways to keep the little ones entertained at the tail-end of the holidays?
They say you don’t know what you’re looking for until you walk around the corner and see it right there in front of you.
These friendly fashionistas are celebrating five years in business. We find out what makes them tick.
Elaine Penny and Anne Brand have been styling women from top-to-toe for five years. To celebrate their anniversary, the owners of Fashionista in Oldmeldrum give YL a glimpse into their world of glitz and glamour.
When you go to view a house, there’s usually always one room that sticks in your mind.
Planning a wedding is often regarded as one of life's most stressful experiences
Looking for a new forever-home can be a tiresome task.
Say what you like about US actor Michael Shannon, but don’t question his dedication.
Balbithan House has been in John McMurtrie’s family for 56 years.
In 2006, Dirty Dancing star Patrick Swayze was starring in the west-end production of Guys and Dolls.
When it comes to curb appeal it's all about the first impression... but what does your front door say about you?
Banchory Academy head teacher diagnosed with cancer. 14 months later she’s almost ready to go back to work
As somebody with a passion for the great outdoors, there's nothing Sheila Di Maio would have loved more than to have gone on her skiing holiday last Easter.
With spring now well and truly on our doorstep, it’s unlikely that you’ll be wanting to spend much time indoors.
If you’re looking for a bit of space and luxury while renting in Aberdeen, you’ve come to the right place
A stone’s throw away from scenic walks along the River Dee in Aberdeen, this stunning four-bedroom home is what rental dreams are made of.
Tucked away on its own little corner on the edge of Boddam, this five-bedroom home is the perfect spot for a growing family.
Sitting in a function room at the Palm Court Hotel in Aberdeen, Jennifer Fowlie is ready and waiting to start the second rehearsal for Courage on the Catwalk.
A north-east chipper has won a leading award at a prestigious ceremony celebrating the best of Grampian's food and drink.
Police are encouraging motorcyclists to stay safe on north-east roads ahead of the clocks going forward this weekend.
It's a time of year which is traditionally associated with rabbits and hot cross buns.
“An opportunity not to be missed” is a phrase used so often it has almost lost all meaning.