Thursday, February 22, 2018

By MARTIN GRAHAM CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to lobby Edinburgh Airport’s incoming chief executive about scrapping controversial new plans to charge motorists £1 for dropping off...

By Martin Graham STAFF at the doomed Slumberdown bedding plant in Hawick were last night described as being “very angry” at the actions of senior...

By Martin Graham A BEDDING firm in new Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore’s constituency is facing closure with the loss of around 60...

By Michael MacLeod FIVE Scottish Water executives received £273,000 between them in bonuses in the past year. Two of the managers at the publicly owned service...

By Shaun Milne FORTH Ports has fought off a planned take-over by a consortium hoping to snap up the Edinburgh based business which has backed...

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...

By Andrea McCallum SCOTLAND has been named as an alcohol superpower after nearly 20 of its drinks brands made the world’s top100 list. In the Power...

By Michael MacLeod A COSTCUTTER boss duped the Royal Bank of Scotland into paying £93,000 into his account after he exploited their cash envelope deposit...

By Ruairi Creaney SCOTLAND’S most expensive mansion has had £3million knocked off the asking price – but it still costs £12million. The 14 bedroom Yester Estate...

By Rory Reynolds THE government’s tax collector has denied claims that it is forcing firms to the wall after it was attacked for axing struggling...

By Rory Reynolds SCOTS lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone has revealed she’s been ordered to pile on the pounds for a new Arctic TV expedition –...

By Cara Sulieman AN ICONIC building owned by Hearts majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov has been branded “at risk” after sitting empty for three years. The Scottish...

By Rory Reynolds TWO budding businesswoman are launching a canine care home to pamper pooches while their owners are at work. Sally Maxwell-Forbes, 46 and Sarah...

By Cara Sulieman WHEN a tiny Hebridean distillery needed to bring in more equipment to meet rising demand, they ditched plans to buy new state...

By Rory Reynolds SCOTLAND’S oldest wine firm has collapsed after two centuries of trading to some of the nation’s most famous figures. Cockburn’s of Leith, which...

By Michael MacLeod HAGGIS lovers in England have helped sales of Scotland’s national dish to soared by a fifth, with some suppliers struggling to...

By Michael MacLeod SALES of Harris Tweed are soaring in India, but the famous Scottish wool still can’t crack America. An unprecedented surge in demand has...

By Oliver Farrimond VIRGIN Trains revealed yesterday that they plan to bid to take over running the East Coast Main Line between Edinburgh and London. The...

By Rory Reynolds THE makers of Buckfast are under pressure to remove caffeine from its recipe after new figures linked the drink to crime. Research shows...

By Andrea McCallum BLUNDER banker Sir Fred Goodwin was sucked into replying to a spoof letter of sympathy. A prankster pal of impressionist Rory Bremner sent...
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