Thursday, May 23, 2019

Scotland is set to hold it's first conference for female angel investors and entrepreneurs will be urged to emulate US success where one in...

A SUCCESSFUL driving instructor believes jealousy could have led to her car being petrol bombed - using an Irn Bru bottle. Linda Gavin, from Kirkcaldy,...

FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon has today held talks with State Councillor Yang Jie Chi - who holds China's most senior foreign affairs role. The First...

HALF of this year’s New Design Awards, the UK’s biggest showcase for young designers, were won by graduates of Scottish higher education institutions. Six of the...

TROUBLED banking giant RBS was given an industry award for its computer know-how last week - just as a massive IT failure hit thousands...

By Oliver Farrimond DRAGON'S Den mogul Duncan Bannatyne has said that he will not leave a penny of his vast fortune to his children. Speaking in...
PROPOSALS for affordable housing in for local people in Bo’ness have been put forward to tackle the housing shortfall in the Falkirk Council area. Developers, AWG and Mactaggart & Mickel, have proposed the scheme of 225 houses which will include 75 much-needed affordable homes for locals at Crawfield Road.

Prior to the submission of the proposals, two community events highlighted support, especially from younger couples. PROPOSALS...

MILLIONAIRE executives have dodged up to £700 million in tax each year thanks to a loophole which has given some a lower overall tax...

A SCHOOL bagpiping championship will take place in Edinburgh next year - despite the council not funding bagpipe tuition for secondary pupils. More than 60...

TWO of Scotland's leading modeling agencies have come together in an 'east meets west' business merger. Stolen Models, formerly regarded as Edinburgh's premier agency, has...

Plans for a new development in the heart of Leith will be the stimulus to regenerate the wider area according to Gordon Munro. THE demand...

L-R: Barry Bryson (Cater Edinburgh); Eduardo Giovannini (Head Chef at the British Embassy in Uruguay) & Franchute LaurentLainé (MasterChef Uruguay...

A SCOTTISH company is giving its staff the day off on September 18 to vote in the independence referendum. Direct Savings, an energy efficiency company...

New signs have been put up at key gateway points in Edinburgh to highlight the city's fair trade credentials. Coinciding with Fairtrade Fortnight 2015, 15...

AWARD-WINNING BenRiach distillery is celebrating after managing to fill 10,000 casks of single malt whisky in one year. It’s the first time they have reached...

MODERN apprenticeships for disabled people in Scotland are falling well below the national average. Figures from Skills Development Scotland show less than 1% of apprentices are...
Volodymyr Levykin, CEO. Edinburgh space company Skyrora has invited international spaceport operators, to submit their proposals to launch any of the firm’s three rockets. Skyrora, who successfully launched Skylark Nano last year, are set to launch the ”Skylark Micro II", "SkyHy" and "SK-1" vehicles within the next 12 months - with two of the rockets already built and assembled in Britain.

Volodymyr Levykin, Skyrora CEO A SPACE company has invited international spaceport operators, to submit their proposals to launch any of...

By Andrea McCallum HARRY Potter author JK Rowling has made a list of top power brokers following the global success of her wizard novels. The Edinburgh-based...

SIR Stephen House set up his own private company in his final weeks on the job as chief constable of Police Scotland. House’s time as...

IRN-BRU has announced a new competition to help Scots combat the rain-drenched start to the summer. After one of the wettest on record so far,...
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