I am indebted – and not for the first time – to Dunfermline antiquarian bookseller Larry Hutchison for providing details of a special item from his stock.
House & Home
With spring refusing to stick to the rules, many plants are holding back from growing. However, there are one or two very pleasing exceptions.
If you look for a watch nowadays, chances are it will be battery operated.
Courier Country - particularly Perthshire - is known for its fantastic soft fruit. And with Dobbies’ helpful guide, now you can grow your own delicious strawberries right in your back garden.
DID YOU see today’s illustration in our pre-Christmas news coverage?
Dundee Institute of Architects holds its 2015 awards ceremony tonight. Jack McKeown profiles some of the shortlisted residential projects. Photos: supplied.
One of Scotland’s most unusual and historic buildings a house made of mud is on the market with an asking price of £190,000.
A Tayside property expert is “cautiously optimistic” property prices will increase this year.
The Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in September will attract visitors from all over the world and with hotels, B&Bs and even campsite spaces at a premium, private homes will be playing host to many enthusiastic fans. Helen Brown looked through the keyhole.
As the housing industry pushes for a rethink of Home Reports, Caroline Lindsay discovers it’s time for some home truths.