Daily Archives: Nov 25, 2018

Winners announced in 2018 Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards

A north-east distillery raised a glass in toast to a double success last night (Friday, November 23 2018) after winning two accolades in the region’s annual tourism Oscars. Glen Garioch Distillery at Oldmeldrum picked up best heritage tourism experience...

Event – Granite Expo returns on Tuesday 27th November

Exhibitors and delegates are gearing up for the return of one of the North East’s largest one-day business showcase events on Tuesday (November 27th). With the theme: “Innov8,” the eighth annual Granite Expo will once again take place at Aberdeen’s...

Fraser Porter: An ‘APTA’ way to do it

Another big date in the calendar – 1st October 2018. Now you might sit and scratch your head at that one. Don’t worry, I’ll forgive you if you didn’t spot it. This was the date the ‘Appropriate Pension Transfer...
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Read and EV team up in Alaska

WELL integrity firm, Read Cased Hole, has announced a new collaboration in Alaska with downhole video technology company EV. Working...
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Decom North Sea launches series of networking events

DECOM North Sea (DNS) has announced the launch of a new series of events for the decommissioning industry aimed at helping in a post...

Contract completion for Rever Offshore

SUBSEA service provider, Rever Offshore, has announced the recent completion of a contract awarded by Serica Energy. This is the second campaign the Westhill-based firm has...

Aberdeen International Airport shortlisted for four accolades at national awards

ABERDEEN International Airport has been shortlisted for ‘Airport of the Year’ at the Scottish Transport Awards. It follows the completion of the £20 million terminal...

Aberdeen cycling club raises over £2,000 for Aberdeen Cyrenians in lockdown “virtual” race

AN Aberdeen cycling club has raised more £2,000 for a local charity by organising a “first-of-its-kind” virtual race. The Spring Bunny Time Trial, organised by...