Jack dyes his hair to raise £771 for therapy centre

Jack Stewart (18) has made his own special contribution to the £100,000 appeal for a new therapy centre at Camphill School Aberdeen, where he is in his final year.

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The Spires invests in new management system designed for growth

The Spires, which operates serviced suites in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Birmingham, has awarded a contract to Guestline Ltd for the installation of a web-based hotel management system.

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Top album artist visits Aberdeen for first exhibition

Terry Pastor, best known for his iconic artwork for music albums by David Bowie, the Beach Boys, The Sweet, Carl Palmer and Soft Machine, will be in Aberdeen this week for his first-ever exhibition in the city.


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UK Disability Minister visit to Camphill

Jonathan Shaw, UK Minister for Disabled People, is due to visit Camphill School Aberdeen on December 8 to learn more about its work with children who have special needs.

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Aberdeen City Council one year on

A year and one day after she took over as Chief Executive of Aberdeen City Council in difficult circumstances, Sue Bruce will share her experiences and her vision. Read More...

How to survive Christmas

Ten tips from the spires suites to help you have a merry Christmas filled with peace and goodwill

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Tenants First Annual Report published

The 2008-09 Annual Report of Tenants First Housing Co-operative, Britain’s largest housing co-operative, has been published.

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Wood Group in IoD focus

IoD Aberdeen members and guests will get an insight into the growth and development of the Wood Group at their networking lunch on Thursday (October 29). The speaker is Allister Langlands, Chief Executive of the John Wood Group.

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What will GDF Suez exploration and production base mean for Aberdeen?

IoD Aberdeen members and guests will get an insight into the development of a new £6 million GDF Suez exploration and production base in Aberdeen.

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Tenants First wins award for Residential Development of the Year

Tenants First Housing Co-operative has been named as the winner of the Social Residential Housing Development of the Year in the Herald Property Awards 2009.

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Funding support extends NE ethnic minority housing initiative

Tenants First Housing Co-operative has received funding that will allow it to continue its pioneering ethnic minority housing project for a third year.
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Giving album artwork the eyeball at Homes & Interiors Scotland

In this age of music downloads, it might seem that album artwork has seen its day. But, the reality is more and more people are buying signed limited-edition prints of their favourite albums to add style to their homes.

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Successful year for The Spires

Serviced suites operator, The Spires has turned in a strong performance for the 2008-09 financial year. The company remains eager for UK expansion.

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Steven becomes Scotland’s youngest tenant assessor

Steven Black, from Peterhead, has been appointed as Scotland’s youngest tenant assessor.

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War of the Worlds album cover at Aberdeen gallery

The Artists Gallery – an Aberdeen business that provides training and work opportunities for people with a disability – is the only gallery in Scotland offering signed copies of the ‘War of the Worlds’ album cover artwork.

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Media article in IoD Magazine

Ken McEwen writes about the changes in our media for IoD Scotland magazine.

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The Spires feature in IoD magazine

The Spires Directors Suites are featured in the IoD Scotland Spring 2009 magazine.

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Canadian High Commissioner marks energy-efficient homes deal

The Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, James R Wright marked a deal with Tenants First Housing Co-operative for energy-efficient Canadian timber homes. The High Commissioner was in Aberdeen to attend All Energy 09, Britain’s largest renewables technology exhibition.

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Proserv Offshore launches risk-free decommissioning service at OTC

Proserv Offshore is launching a new risk-free decommissioning service, Proserv Energy, on its stand at OTC. Read More...

Glasgow housing co-op becomes part of Britain’s largest

Four Walls Housing Co-operative in Glasgow has reached agreement to become part of Tenants First Housing Co-operative, Britain’s largest housing co-operative, based in Aberdeen. Read More...

£500,000 refurbishment complete at The Spires in Aberdeen

The Spires has marked the completion of a £500,000 refurbishment of its Aberdeen serviced suites, with the launch of new Director’s Suites.
The Aberdeen-based business which operates serviced suites in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Birmingham, realised that its business guests were wanting the ability to work more efficiently from their suites.

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Housing co-operative launches zero-carbon housing programme

Tenants First Housing Co-operative, Britain’s largest housing co-operative [based in Aberdeen}, is launching a quest to develop high-quality, carbon-neutral housing. Read More...

Project managers focus on crisis communication

Ken McEwen will be presenting on the subject of ‘Communicating in a crisis situation’ at the Association for Project Management Aberdeen seminar on Monday, January 26.

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