Monday, April 23, 2018

STRICT mortgage restrictions are causing a major cultural change in Scotland, property experts claimed today (wed). New figures show that between July and September of...

By Clare Carswell SCOTLAND’S last surviving independent bank is launching a customer recruitment drive in the back yard of its big name rivals as the...

By Christine Lavelle HEARTS fans have given mixed reviews to the possibility of their club moving to a new 25,000-seat stadium which would be shared...

By Amanda MacMillan SHIPYARD workers at Rosyth are gearing up for strike action – just three days after being spared the axe. A walk-out has already...

By Amanda MacMillan JOHN Lewis workers swapped their uniforms for high fashion yesterday (Tue) as they replaced mannequins in the shop window of the store...

by Shaun Milne A NEW website aimed specifically at helping adults and children with learning numeracy skills launched in Scotland yesterday (mon). Harnessing video to show...

By Christine Lavelle AN Edinburgh beauty parlour has become the first in Scotland to offer women designer bikini line waxing – and is being described...

By Christine Lavelle FORMER Rangers chairman Sir David Murray has submitted a watered-down plan for a new housing development in one of Edinburgh’s suburbs. The proposal...

By Oliver Farrimond A DISGRUNTLED restaurant owner has launched a pizza protest against disruptive tram works in Edinburgh. Staff at Italian eatery La Piazza have begun...

By Oliver Farrimond CELEBRITY chef Jamie Oliver is set to open a new restaurant in Edinburgh within the next year. The Naked Chef intends to add...

By Oliver Farrimond CITY experts have warned that Scots drink giant Diageo could be “walking through treacle” over the next year. Analysts have warned that mounting...

By Oliver Farrimond UNDER-SEIGE RBS workers have been ordered to work from home after climate change protestors threatened “direct action”. Some of the 1,000 activists camped...

By Cara Sulieman A NEW fashion boutique has opened in Edinburgh and aims to bring a little bit of ‘Ritz’ glitz to the capital. Arkangel &...

By Christine Lavelle IT’S not often you find an Indian restaurant in a tour guide to Scotland, but chefs at one Edinburgh eatery have cracked...

By Martin Graham A HORSERIDING equipment firm which was placed into administration as part of the Slumberdown Group closure has been saved after being...

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...
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