David Christie points across the Forth estuary to the Lothian coastline.
House & Home
The sun is shining and the flowers are in bloom which means summer has arrived in John Stoa's garden
CHORLEY’S AUCTIONS of Gloucester are the latest saleroom to take a five-figure sum for the work of the ceramicist Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995).
Rembrand Timber has always been well known for its supply of joinery and building products to trade customers, but the Dundee branch’s kitchen showroom has been something of a well-kept secret.
The way we utilise our kitchen is changing. It is now the most important room, a place where everyone comes together – the heart of the home – so the look and feel of your current kitchen should reflect this.
A half-mile long driveway deposits me in the grounds of High Beley where I’m greeted by Lesley Haines.
This week John Stoa is looking at pests, diseases and cures to keep plants healthy
You’d have to have been holidaying in Timbuktu or Greater Lochee to be unaware that the World Cup kicks off in Russia in the coming week. Alas, no Scotland – again.
On March 29, 1912, Captain Robert Falcon Scott and the last of his companions died on their way back from the South Pole.
Summer is almost here which means John Stoa is set to put another season to bed.