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Study reveals slow loading websites costs nearly £60bn in lost sales each year.

THE COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift towards digital and changed our online shopping behaviors, with more people now shopping online than ever before. With...

Glasgow film students to see work on the big screen

FILM students will be able to watch their very own short films on the big screen as part of a partnership with a cinema. The partnership...

Scottish University top in the UK for student experience

SCOTLANDS first university is top in the UK for student academic experience, according to the results of The National Student Survey 2021 published on Thursday,...

A theatre trust will bring their shows to the Fringe this summer

ALONGSIDE their recently announced London season, a theatre trust will make their return to Edinburgh this August. Pleasance will be bringing theatre, comedy, magic, and family...

Balearic Islands removed from Scotland’s travel green list

RISING case rates have led the Balearic Islands to be removed from the international travel green list for Scotland. The decision was taken on a four...

Credit company sees an increase in debt collection referrals in 2021

A GLASGOW-based Credit company has recorded a sharp increase in collection referrals from Insolvency Practitioners (IPs) UK-wide in the first six months of the year. BRS...

Should the pandemic bring sustainable improvements to the construction sector?

A SITE Manager at one of the UK’s most technically adept glass interior specialists is convinced that a number of positive outcomes will emerge from...

Scotland’s most awe-some city sights revealed

THE iconic Edinburgh Castle was voted number one in a poll created to find out what Scots feel in awe of when visiting the country’s...

“Exceptionally rare” pink diamonds to be offered in world first public tender

A celebrated private collection of exceptionally rare diamonds has recently been discovered in Brisbane, Australia. The Eleven Pink Diamonds originally sourced from the Argyle diamond mine collected...

Scotland’s newest snorkel trail reveals Lochaber’s hidden depths

A new snorkel trail exploring Lochaber’s beautiful beaches and rocky shores has been created. The self-led Lochaber Snorkel Trail made by the Scottish Wildlife Trust and...

Researchers in Scotland discover coeliac disease drug target

RESEARCHERS have identified a new treatment target for coeliac disease that could relieve inflammation and unlock alternative treatment options. The only treatment for coeliac disease is...

Bank to give students fifty pounds after opening an account

A BANK is launching a new student account which will offer every student £50 cash and a four-year tastecard membership. The Royal Bank of Scotland will...

First of three new education projects was spearheaded by hub South West

The initial stage of a £19.95m project to construct a community Hub and Family Learning Centre was marked on Tuesday, July 6 with a formal...

lifeboat was called to a yacht adrift which was causing a danger to shipping

A LIFEBOAT was tasked at 2.32 pm on July 12 after a local tour boat spotted the yacht adrift underneath the Skye bridge. Kyle lifeboat ‘Spirit...

Contracts awarded for option of private mesh removal surgery.

Patients will be able to visit private surgeons outside of Scotland to perform mesh removal surgery. Contracts have been awarded to Spire Health Care in Bristol...

A Library has announced the appointment of the role Orkney Scriever

A ONE-year Scriever residency was created to celebrate the richness of the Orcadian dialect, acknowledging the islands as a stronghold for the Scots language. The National Library...

A residential development is “going green” to support net zero ambitions

A HOUSING development in Edinburgh is “going green” with a new proposal to reduce the number of parking spaces on-site. As part of The Western Harbour...

Universal Credit uplift removal described as “the worst possible decision”

A GOVERNMENT Minister has described plans to end the £20-per-week uplift to Universal Credit as “the worst possible decision, at the worst possible time". Social Security...

Over £6 million for state-of-the-art forensic laboratory

A NEW toxicology laboratory for Scotland is to be created to provide state-of-the-art testing capabilities for police and prosecutors. The Scottish Government is providing more than...

A music collaboration project is successful at awards

AN INNOVATIVE music collaboration project, led by a Scottish university, triumphs at the music awards in Scotland. The St Andrews Music Participation (StAMP) project lead by...

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