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Frites – Bringing a fresh Belgian take to the capital

NEWLY opened in march last year, Belgian takeaway Frites is taking Edinburgh by storm with its fresh take on chips. Located on Lothian Road, the eatery...

Edinburgh Zoo announces city-wide sculpture trail

MORE than 40 huge giraffe sculptures will take to the streets of Scotland’s capital next year when Edinburgh Zoo’s Giraffe About Town trail goes live...

Hydrogen technologies company to create up to 100 jobs for Scotland

HYDROGEN technologies company, Logan Energy, has unveiled plans to create up to 100 skilled new roles in Scotland. The initial 3-year partnership will see Logan Energy...

Mandatory Covid jabs for NHS staff becoming increasingly difficult

LEAD members of the British Medical Association(BMA) reckon it is going to be difficult to get all NHS staff on a mandatory vaccine list. Mandatory vaccination...

Honeycomb plastics the future for prosthetic design

A NEW form of lightweight, impact-resistant plastic-based ‘honeycomb’ structures which can sense when they have been damaged could find use in new forms of ‘smart’...

Tech companies to solve challenges faced by Scotland’s public sector

SCOTLAND'S public sector is tapping into technology companies’ expertise to solve 12 challenges, including how to decarbonise manufacturing, boost the public’s trust in artificial intelligence...

Scots video games studios come together to support future talent

Two of Dundee’s biggest video games studios have joined forces to sponsor the next generation of games talent. Ninja Kiwi Europe and Outplay Entertainment have each...

Test kits rolled out to pharmacies across the country

COMMUNITY pharmacies across Scotland are extending access to rapid Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing kits for people without COVID-19 symptoms. The expansion started yesterday, with its aim to...

Pitlochry Festival Theatre to celebrate the best of Mozart and Italian opera

PITLOCHRY Festival Theatre to celebrate the best of Mozart and Italian opera Scottish operatic stars, Katie Grosset and Colleen Nicoll, are set to entertain opera fans...

Youth powered café to open in the capital

SCRAN Academy have announced the launch of their new Scran Café, run by young people aged between 13 and 21 from across Edinburgh. The professional café...

Scottish Whisky distillery seeks new board directors

GLENWYVIS Distillery is looking to bring in new faces to the team via the appointment of a new voluntary board directors. The distillery is the world’s...

Caledonian Sleeper to cancel services during proposed strike dates

AS further rail strikes continue, Rail Union RMT claim that Serco have been refusing to negotiate over better pay for staff. Industrial action is scheduled that...

New report shows that not every household has an adequate house

HOUSING is a human right and ensuring that every household has an adequate house is one of the key obligations on the Scottish Government and...

Scotland second most attractive location for inward investment in the UK

SCOTLAND'S Attractiveness Survey 2021 that confirmed Scotland was yet again the most attractive location for inward investment in the UK outside of London. Despite the challenges...

National mission to eradicate poverty gets underway

A NATIONAL mission aiming to eradicate poverty and build a fairer, more equal Scotland will be announced today. Social Justice Secretary Shona Robison will urge political...

New law set to crack down on puppy smuggling

NEW legislation has been passed to crackdown on illegal puppy smuggling and ban the import of dogs with cropped ears. This has been hailed by the...

Worryingly low levels of psychological safety for many businesses

PRIOR to COVID-19, many boards and executive committees failed to engage in uncomfortable conversations in the workplace. A report by the Chartered Governance Institute UK &...

Survey suggests that working from home could be the new normal

IN a recent survey of almost all of 50 of the UK's biggest employers, businesses asked said they do not plan to bring staff back to...

Edinburgh City Council aims to tackle dampness in homes

IN a report presented to the Housing, Homelessness and Fair Work committee, Edinburgh City Council aims to show the public their commitment to tackling dampness...

People’s attitude about health following the pandemic

WHEN asked how health-conscious survey respondents were now in comparison to six months ago, 58% polled stated they were a lot more mindful of their...

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