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Local Toddlers Take on Role of ‘DinoTots’

Local toddlers will take on the role of ‘DinoTots’ in Dundee next week.

As part of its Early Explorers programme, Dundee Science Centre is inviting children aged three to five years old to learn about dinosaurs through story time, sensory play and concept-building activities.

Credit: Kris Miller, D C Thomson


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Fife Families Supported by Local Businesses

Advertorial – EQ Chartered Accountants

The death of a loved one, whether expected or sudden, can spark a range of emotions.

Alongside the sadness and despair comes the need to organise a funeral which is both meaningful and respectful, an overwhelming prospect when dealing with one’s own grief.

As one of Fife’s longest established family firms, dating back to 1939, Crosbie Matthew Funeral Directors have been supporting families for 80 years, with funeral homes in Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes and Dalgety Bay (Dunfermline).

L-R: Alan Morrison (Crosbie Matthew), Steven Todd (EQ Chartered Accountants) and Sheila Matthew (Crosbie Matthew).
Pic Alan Richardson

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From Trainees to Principal Managers

Leading Scottish tax and business advisory specialists, EQ Accountants LLP has announced three key promotions.

EQ, which has offices in Dundee, Forfar, Cupar and Glenrothes, has promoted three Senior Managers, all of whom undertook their training within the firm, to Principal Managers. Their promotions are effective from 1 April 2019.

Scott, Robert and Rachel – Pic Alan Richardson,


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Menopause Festival to Highlight the Opportunities of the ‘Third Stage of Life’

If you think the Menopause is doom and gloom and ‘the beginning of the end’, think again. That’s the message from the team behind the world’s only Menopause Festival, returning to Perth this month.

The festival, now in its second year, will take place at Perth Theatre on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April 2019 and will be officially opened by Christina McKelvie MSP, Scotland’s Minister for Older People and Equalities.

Saturday 27 April will give members of the public, both men and women, the opportunity to explore different aspects of the menopause.

The first Menopause Cafe in Perth – where it all began!


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From Sicily to Scone

Coca-Cola 5by20 Dundee Case Study


When Italian-born Laura Raimondi and her husband-to-be Steven were finalising their wedding preparations almost four years ago, there was one component which didn’t quite hit the spot – the all-important wine list!

Sicilian-born Laura was not entirely satisfied with the wines on offer, so her brother’s wedding gift of half a pallet of all-organic fine Sicilian wines made the perfect gift!

With many of the guests later inquiring where they could source the same wines in Scotland or even the UK, which at that point was impossible, the seeds of a new business idea were sown.

Laura and Steven in their recently opened bistro in Scone, by Perth


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