Monday, August 29, 2016

SCOTLAND’S luckiest lobsters are enjoying life in the Firth of Forth - knowing they can’t be eaten. A number of female lobsters have been returned...

A child care worker has been struck off after he was accidentally recorded on a mobile phone calling a vulnerable child a “thick c***”. Peter...

EDINBURGH College - the largest college in Scotland - is facing a deficit in excess of £5m, according to a new report. The college -...

Whilst being forced to stay in the office during the summer season, even the most dedicated, motivated and hard-working of employees probably wishes that...

SCOTLAND could get its own answer to London's Tate Modern after a former power station was put on sale for £1. Victoria power station -...

A SCOTTISH osteopath has reported treating his first patient with injuries caused by playing Pokemon GO. Daniel Gerber, 48, from Glasgow, has nearly 20 years...

BUSINESS portals are becoming increasingly used by companies who rely on having good relationships and easy transactions with suppliers and clients. Many companies in the...

James Daniels is a freelance writer, business enthusiast, a bit of a tech buff, and an overall geek. He is also an avid reader,...

STARTING a web hosting business is a great way to operate a company that will provide a valuable service to both individuals and fellow...

A SCOTS distillery is embarking on a unique research project - to see how music affects the taste of whisky. A new study, titled ‘Which...

AN ENTERPRISING businessman wants to give grieving Scots the choice to dissolve their loved-ones’ bodies and flush them down the drain when they die. At...

IT'S hard being the boss of a company. You need to make the tough decisions that no one else wants to make and you have...

YOU have probably heard of, or perhaps even used, PayPal. PayPal is one of the largest online merchants for sending and receiving money, and...

A 19TH CENTURY lighthouse cottage designed by Robert Louis Stevenson’s uncle is on the market for £275,000. The A listed property sits proudly alongside the...

THE ancestral Highland estate where one of Britain’s best-known Prime Ministers took refuge from the trials of office has come on the market for...

PROUD bosses at a Scottish computer repair chain have become the first in the UK to pay the Living Wage. The move by SimplyFixIt means its...

A RETIREMENT home with a difference has come on the market - a 60ft-high Cold War "golf ball". The former NATO facility at Balado Bridge,...

EDINBURGH council bosses have been slated for “treating motorists like a cash cow” after voting to bring in Sunday parking charges. At present parking in...

GARBAGE lead singer Shirley Manson has accused Glastonbury Festival of putting women in a “ghetto” by creating an all-female venue. Earlier this week Glastonbury bosses...

THE SNP's £12m project to retrain redundant oil and gas workers has helped fewer than 100 people, it has been revealed. Earlier this year Nicola...
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