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All fledgling organisations experience problems. Fact! However, it's not the problem that's the problem. It's how you deal with it that counts, and hiya!, Scotland's hottest magazine for women, seems to have dealt with it's teething troubles exceptionally well.

An eclectic, glossy quarterly magazine that's easy on the eye and pleasant to the touch, hiya! is primarily aimed at the women of Scotland. That having been said, it's so full of interesting articles there's no reason why it shouldn't appeal to women everywhere.

Edited by Zella Compton, hiya! has received plenty of media coverage since its launch last year. It needs and deserves more both north and south of the border. If the Spring issue is anything to go by, it's going to get it.

In the current issue there's the pretty unique opportunity to get inside the bedrooms of five of Scotland's top international rugby players - and come out again with your modesty intact!

There's also an inspiring interview with Scotland's top female radio presenter, Susie McGuire, and if golf's your bag, an excellent article by Marjory Ferguson, chairman of the Scottish Ladies Golfing Association.

Celebrity Chef Donald Munro makes a tasty appearance, and speaking of celebrities, if you're looking to put on a show to rival the recent Madonna/Guy Ritchie wedding at Scotland's Skibo Castle, Julie Hamilton tells you how to go about it. Louise Fyfe also tells you how to go about finding 'Inspirational Presents' if you happen to be invited to such a momentous event.

Naturally for a glossy women's magazine, fashion is high on the agenda. The recent weather may belie the fact, but Spring is upon us. hiya! tells us what's 'in' and what's 'out' this Spring, with features on everything from beachwear to romantic eveningwear. Oh, and according to Claire Archibald of Liaison Corsetry, corsets appear set for a comeback!

Did we happen to mention that hiya! was eclectic? How about articles on such diverse subjects as cigars, suicide pacts and horse riding? Oh, and Internet weddings. "Now there's a really big idea," to quote one of Scotland's finest exports, Robbie Coltrane, in a recent TV commercial.

Hellerwork features in the magazine's health and beauty section, and if you've never heard of Hellerwork before, best buy a copy of the magazine and read Zella Compton's excellent article on the subject. It's a physiotherapy technique that's growing in popularity all the time.

Scottish international rugby players are not the only hunks to feature in this issue of the magazine. Alasdair Harvey is also worth more than a second glance. Alasdair's played lead roles in some of the finest stage musicals of recent years including Guys and Dolls, Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables and Beauty and the Beast.

To top all that, hiya! also offers the traditional mix of book reviews, horoscopes and shopping tips that we all know and love and have come to expect from a magazine of this quality.

All in all, hiya! really is an excellent magazine and well worth a read. Priced at just £2.50 it's by no means expensive, and an annual subscription will only set you back £9.95 including postage and packing.

Even better, we've got 25 Free copies to give away, courtesy of the magazine, to the first 25 to respond. Simply click on the link below, fill in the details, and Scotland's answer to Hello magazine could be saying hiya! to you.



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