Tanzanian energy grant to benefit higher education

May 7, 2015

The Oil and Gas Academy of Scotland (OGAS), working with its partner organisations Aberdeen, Robert Gordon and Heriot Watt universities, has helped secure a grant of around £1.44million to aid development of higher education and create a sustainable oil and gas sector in Tanzania.


Event focuses on motivation

May 4, 2015

ActivityMix is joining forces with north-east recruitment specialists Cammach Recruitment on Wednesday, May 6 to host a motivational seminar for those working within the energy sector as it recovers from the impact of a reduction in oil prices.


How I got where I am today: Evelyn Glennie

March 6, 2015

Dame Evelyn Glennie has been a pioneer ever since taking her first footsteps into a musical career. From her early days at Ellon Academy, the 49-year-old has racked up an astonishing array of ‘firsts’, awards and accolades, including 15 honorary doctorates, an OBE and latterly a damehood.


Hard graft is paying off for James

February 5, 2015

Most former university students will remember reluctantly leaving parties early to revise for exams however not many would still be prepared to keep sacrificing their social life long after completing their degree course.