Building belief in local markets The office was being prepared to host more than a hundred guests, including former rugby international Chris Paterson who had agreed to perform the official ribbon-cutting duties. For Jacqueline Law, the party organised to mark the opening of a new facility in Edinburgh was an opportunity to introduce the next […]
Former Scotland rugby international Chris Paterson was guest of honour at a reception for more than 100 guests to mark the opening of Aberdein Considine’s legal services office in Edinburgh. The Aberdeen-based business has more than 30 staff working in Multrees Walk, the latest milestone in a £3m expansion into offices across Scotland and Newcastle in […]
Film review – Avengers: Infinity War (4/5) The buildup to the release of Avengers: Infinity War was filled with anticipation. Which characters were going to come face to face? Who would die and who would survive? Was it a one part or two part movie? For Scottish viewers there was also the excitement of seeing […]
Puzzle, a ‘wonderfully enjoyable and uplifting’ drama, directed by Marc Turtletaub, is set to open the 72nd edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Theatre review: War Horse (5/5) When the author Michael Morpurgo was researching what started out as a children’s book, he discovered that an estimated 10 million army horses perished in the First World War. His book went stratospheric and the stage version has been seen by seven million theatregoers, touched by the moving tale of […]