Sunday, May 31, 2020

BARRA has been shortlisted as one of the world’s most stunning airport approaches in the world.The tiny island transport hub is up against much...

EMPLOYERS are causing tax bosses headaches by claiming to have staff called “A N Other”.More than 500 income tax forms submitted to Her Majesty's...

GHOST hunters are being given the chance to sample some spirits at Scotland’s oldest working distillery when it opens its doors for a spooky...

TWO European importers were recognised for their support for Scotch Beef and Scotch Lamb at the world’s biggest food fair this week.Eijmert Teekens from...

THE Scottish Government has promised more cash to help first-time buyers get on the property ladder.Keith Brown, Minister for Transport and Housing, announced an extra...

THE Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has appointed Lord David Hunt as their new chairman.Lord Hunt will oversee the "regeneration and renewal" of the system...

SCOTLAND’S food industry could lead the world in sustainable food production according to culinary business experts.The new Chief Executive of Scotland Food and Drink,...

BREWERS Innis & Gunn have revealed their turnover for this year to date has increased by 64% compared to the same period last year.Figures...

NEW businesses could learn how to avoid industry pitfalls at an Edinburgh seminar.Gloria Murray¸ author of 7 Mistakes Small Business Owners Unwittingly Make &...

A SCOTS college has launched an iPhone app for their their students.The app allows Stow College to get news and information to students as quickly as...

PUBLIC sector employment in Scotland fell by 25,200 in the year to the second quarter of 2011, according to new official statistics.Over the same...

CONTRACTS which automatically renew unless the customer opts out are to be banned by watchdog Ofcom.Currently telephone and broadband companies which operate “Automatically Renewable...

By Kirsty Topping TRAM chiefs could be forced to hand back millions of pounds to businesses who will no longer benefit from the line.Companies which...

A SCOTS bus firm is earning an extra £340 a day from overpaying passengers who do not have the exact change.Lothian Buses, who...

By Kirsty ToppingBUSINESSES affected by Edinburgh’s troubled trams project are to get a £210,000 “compensation” boost from council chiefs.Shops affected by the closure of...

A SCOTS lawyer has invented the world's first zip-up tie.Chris Gibson, 29, from Edinburgh, invented the SuperTie which works using a small zipper mechanism...

Whisky wars: Chivas claims its rival has imitated its packagingA GLOBAL whisky brand has launched a 250,000 law suit claiming customers are being duped...

A NEW Scottish specialist engineering company is being tipped for fast-track global success after being launched this week.Xi Engineering Consultants has won 400,000 in...

A BUSINESSMAN has lashed out at workshy Scots after he spent 25,000 on recruitment fees and only found one new employee.Jeff Sladden, who runs...

By Kirsty ToppingSMALL businesses in Scotland are wasting 500m on energy every year, a report claimed.Businesses end up paying more than necessary because they...
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