Monday, November 18, 2019

AN influential Citigroup report has warned investors in renewables to “exercise extreme caution in committing further capital to Scotland” because the SNP’s twin policies...

THE makers of GTA are trademarking the game title “Judas” - just days after their former Scottish boss launched a £105m lawsuit against them. Gaming...

Partnership housing developer Lovell has announced the permanent appointment of Kevin McColgan as regional managing director in Scotland. Kevin had previously been acting...

PLANS are afoot to open Scotland’s first cereal cafe where breakfast connoisseurs can choose from more than 150 different types - all day long. The...

Lidl is giving primary school children across Scotland the chance to win £5,000 of vouchers to be spent on providing a better breakfast for...

Increasing housing supply and supporting home-ownership. Edinburgh tenants are settling into new flats at a development of 138 homes built through an innovative scheme to...

Ancient volcanoes dating back billions of years could provide new insights into how the Earth’s surface is recycled, according to scientists at the University...

THE Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) have chosen to mark the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament by working with representatives...

A raucous play charting the agonies and ecstasies of a young American dance group has been crowned with one of the UK’s leading literary...

Friday 5th November Here are some of the main business stories hitting the headlines today:

L-R: Yvonne McArthur, Asda local trading assistant and June Rose Brand, account manager at Hall’s of Scotland. (C) Ian Georgeson

By Alexander Lawrie A SCOTS-BASED fabric company is producing the world’s most expensive cloth. Holland and Sherry have been based in Peebles for over 100 years and...

A SANDWICH shop that became world-famous after it was visited by George Clooney has failed its hygiene inspection for the second year running. The Social...

FUNDING to promote flexible working in Scotland has more than doubled, the Acting Minister for Children Fiona McLeod has announced. The Family Friendly Working Scotland...

By Andrea McCallum STUNNED travellers turned up at Edinburgh Airport unaware about the collapse of Flyglobespan – only to learn their plans had been left...

A TOP catering company has won a contract to serve 600 guests at a star-studded awards ceremony in Edinburgh. Sodexo Prestige has been appointed as...

MORE than 8 million in the UK suffer from hair loss and a new Scots clinic is the first of its kind in Scotland...

By Rory Reynolds A SCOTS firm is to give a helping hand to jobseekers going for interviews - by dry cleaning their clothes for free. The...

On 6 November Scottish politicians gathered at Holyrood to show their support for Caring Christmas Trees, a unique social enterprise that has been running...

There’s no denying that Scotland’s economy is booming at the moment, and it is fast emerging as an international tech and business hub. So...
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