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Extinction Rebellion lead ‘Greenwashing’ protest in Glasgow

CLIMATE change activists from all over the world marched through Glasgow today to confront the threat of greenwashing. Extinction Rebellion, along with other environmental groups and...

‘Hedge funding’ to help ease Edinburgh’s traffic pollution

A NEW study is set to highlight the importance of hedgerows in protecting Edinburgh’s residents from rising levels of traffic pollution.  The study, which will be...

Barclays launches programme to boost diversity in entrepreneurship

BARCLAYS Eagle Labs is launching its second 12-week virtual accelerator programme to continue to help boost diversity in entrepreneurship. The accelerator, designed to help early-stage tech...

Scottish Government announce community climate change programme

THE Scottish Government have announced details of Scotland’s community climate change engagement programme ahead of COP26 in Glasgow next month. The programme will engage communities in...

Stolen golf clubs not covered by many insurance policies

GOLFERS have been warned to check their insurance policies or risk losing out on thousands of pounds if their clubs are stolen from their car. With...

Scottish Opera tackles climate change in new show for Scottish schools

SCOTTISH Opera are preparing to head out on a tour around Scottish primary schools to perform a new show about climate change. ‘The Last Aliens’ is...

Two companies fined for failing that led to man’s injury

TWO companies have been fined a total of £100,000 after an employee was crushed by machinery. Chivas Brothers Limited and Fire Protection Group (FPG) Limited pled...

Research finds evictions in cost Scottish public £28m each year

HOMELESSNESS charity Shelter Scotland has published research that found it costs the public at least £28m to evict tenants from social homes in a single...

‘Dismay’ in hospitality industry following vaccine passport announcement

UKHOSPITALITY Scotland have responded with dismay to the First Minister’s announcement that vaccine passports will be required to enter nightclubs and large events. The new mandate...

Hologram technology developed at the University of Glasgow

CLASSIC science fiction technology is one step closer to becoming reality with a new development in haptic holograms. A group of engineers from the University of...

Diageo launches new Johnnie Walker visitor experience in Edinburgh

WELL known Scotch whisky Johnnie Walker has launched an eight-floor visitor experience in the heart of Edinburgh today. More than four years in the making, Johnnie...

Costs for young drivers falls to lowest point in five years

THE ANNUAL cost for young drivers using a car has dropped by £536 this year, making it the cheapest it has been in five years. Compare...

Research shows severely overweight people in Scotland undergo bariatric surgery too late

A RECENT study has found that patients in Scotland with severe obesity undergo bariatric surgery too late. The study, which was funded by the National Institute...

Iconic music venue The Corn Exchange to become ‘O2 Academy Edinburgh’

THE CORN EXCHANGE in Edinburgh is set to become O2 Academy Edinburgh, Academy Music Group (AMG) has announced today. The category B listed music venue is...

National ScamWatch week kicks off as new scams rise in Scotland

CONSUMERS are being told to be aware of new scams on the rise in Scotland as national ScamWatch week begins. This year’s campaign aims to highlight...

New report shows Scottish social security expenditure to total £5.2bn

MORE Scots are to receive vital payments as Scotland’s social security expenditure is set to total £5.2 billion in 2026-27, according to the Scottish Fiscal...

Start up Scottish rum producer sells 1000th bottle

A START up Scottish spiced rum producer has hit a huge milestone, selling its 1000th bottle mere months after its initial launch. The founders of Brass...

Students push submit proposals for new urban village in Aberdeen

PLANS for the creation of a new urban village in Aberdeen have been proposed by final year university architects. The village, is proposed to be created...

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