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Two million eco-friendly bricks go into production following funding award

A CLEAN-tech company has been awarded £1 million in funding to commercialise production of its brick made of recycled construction waste. Kenoteq is set to make...

Jermaine Jenas says that the lack of fans in the stadium is “probably responsible for some of the strange results that have happened”

THE fans who will be inside Wembley Stadium for the FA Cup final might fill less than one-third of the ground. But former footballer, Jermaine Jenas,...

Peter Vardy partners with Scottish Football Association to provide support for Player of the Year Awards

THE "leading Scotland-based automotive retail group," has teamed up with a Scottish Football Association to launch its 2021 Player of the Year Awards. As the new...

Hotel unveils major expansion which will create more than 80 jobs

A HOTEL chain has invested over £20 million in its Highland portfolio of hotels, lodges, and restaurants in Lochaber and Inverness-shire, creating more than 80...

More people than ever have created companies during lockdown

ON May 13 2021, a loan provider released new research to celebrate funding its 4,000th founder. Virgin’s not-for-profit entrepreneurial hub, Virgin StartUp, reveals that one in...

University students take the oath as Special Constables

A SCOTTISH University has announced a second cohort of  students have been sworn in as Special Constables. Students from Edinburgh Napier University, all following courses in...

Scottish botanic garden is set to “celebrate the power” of plants

THE public are invited to discover the world of plants and the people who work with them at an upcoming event at a botanic garden. ‘Plant...

Research has shown “audiences will return quickly” to cinemas in the UK.

NEW research being released this Friday shows that audiences’ appetite for film has not been dimmed during the pandemic. The BFI is confident that audiences will...

Government has created an action plan to help protect dogs from ear cropping

CAMPAIGNERS are celebrating today after the Government committed to taking action to curb the growing number of dogs with cropped ears being imported into Great...

New report shows moth numbers have almost halved since 1990

Moth numbers in Scotland have continued to decline over the long term, but their distribution has increased. The latest Scottish Biodiversity Indicator shows that moth abundance...

Epic swim for Scotland’s sea animals kicks off “summer of endurance”

SUCCESSFULLY completing a swim from the Isle of Mull to Oban on the evening of Friday 7 May was just the start of a ‘summer...

Second world war engine spends its 80th anniversary at a Scottish museum

MAY 10 2021 marks the 80th anniversary of a key moment in the history of an unusual object on display at a flight museum. On 10 May...

Millions of unsafe cars could be retuning to UK roads as lockdown restrictions ease

Millions of potentially unsafe cars could be returning to the nation’s roads after one in five drivers delayed servicing their vehicles due to lockdown. Postponing the...

Scottish University celebrates biology department’s gender equality award

A UNIVERSITY'S biology department is the first in Scotland to be awarded a prestigious award for gender equality. The University of St Andrews’ School of Biology...

Scottish Highlands set for billion-pound boom from staycations

THEScottish Highlands  is set to welcome £1.135 billion worth of staycation business according to a new report. New research reveals that millions of Brits are planning...

Scottish housing charity calls for efforts to end the country’s housing crisis

A LEADING housing and homelessness  charity has reacted to the 2021 Scottish Election results by urging the incoming Scottish Government to end the country’s housing crisis. Shelter...

Recruitment partnership leads to over 100 new recruits for firm in Q1 of 2021

A GLASGOW based firm has reported over 100 new recruits joining its ranks in the first quarter of 2021 thanks to a partnership with a...

Man with Muscular Dystrophy reflects on photo from an online exhibition

A MAN with muscular dystrophy has decided to take part in an online photograph exhibition. Joe Logue, from Renfrewshire's disability and mental ill-health experience has fostered...

Scots missed a pub lunch more than family members during Lockdown, data reveals

A survey has been conducted to see what smells were missed during lockdown and many people have missed the smell of a Sunday pub lunch. The...

Scottish DJ to stream “epic” performance from Edinburgh Castle

DJ and producer Denis Sulta is set to stream an exclusive DJ set performing from the iconic Western Defences of Edinburgh Castle on Friday the...

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