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Scotland’s “leading property-management organisation” appoints new Chair

A HOUSING, care, and property-management organisation in Scotland announced who they would be appointing as their new chair on Friday, May 7. Wheatley Group announced Jo...

Can a gardening group help with mental health recovery?

RESEARCH shows that contact with nature can provide multiple health and wellbeing benefits, including reduced stress and anxiety, increased mood, self-esteem, and resilience. Being in and...

Study sheds light on rare blood clots after Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

SCIENTISTS have claimed that the risk of adverse reactions to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is low despite new research findings.  A study from Denmark and Norway published...

Scottish biology professor elected to the UK’s national academy of sciences

A biology professor from a Scottish university will join the UK's national academy of sciences. Sir Ian Boyd, Professor of Biology at the University of St...

Scottish University makes history by being the first in the UK to hire a Publisher in Residence

A Scottish University is the first in the UK to hire a Publisher in Residence from the second biggest publishing company in the UK. Edinburgh Napier...

Can singing help patients with long Covid?

A PROGRAMME that teaches people to sing and breathe to help combat the effects of long Covid has received funding. This is one of the projects...

New Visitor and Community Hub to be built in Garnock Valley

A CONTRACT  to build the new Garnock Visitor and Community Hub on behalf of North Ayrshire Council has been put in place. The council has set...

The spirit of radio: BBC host and whisky fan pairs his favorite music with the Water of Life

AN Edinburgh whisky society has teamed up with a radio presenter to pair his favourite music with Scotland's national drink. The BBC Radio Scotland presenter, Vic...

Symptoms of long-Covid “like ME” find researchers

RESEARCHERS have discovered strong links between long Covid symptoms and those experience by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). sufferers. The effects of long Covid are now being realised...

Major cinema chain reveals it will reopen in 12 days

TODAY, a major cinema chain has announced the reopening of all its Scottish venues, with tickets available to pre-book now. From Monday, May 17, film fans...

Trade union says workers deserve “reward and recognition” after Covid 19

A TRADE union for Scotland’s councils are beginning preparations for a formal industrial action ballot of their members over pay.   UNISON represents 80,000 local government workers...

Britain has been revealed as the third worst country in Europe for sick pay

A report has ranked European Nations on how well they compensate their citizens in times of ill health. Sick pay has become a vocal topic recently, with...

800 “perfect pooches” have applied for their new job as bed testers

The interior specialists who make the dog beds have had over 800 entries already and are expecting more than 1,000 by the end of this week. With...

Journalism students will provide Scottish election coverage

A group of students from a Scottish University's Journalism department are providing live coverage of the Scottish election results. The students from Edinburgh Napier University have...

120 year old Heart of Midlothian Football Club medal goes to auction

A RARE Hearts gold medal from the earliest days of a Scottish football club will be in an auction of sporting medals and trophies later...

Home owners choosing to renovate homes more during 2021 due to pandemic

THE number of inquiries relating to home extensions and renovations soared dramatically within the first quarter of 2021 according to new figures by a construction...

Will the economic inequalities, as a result of Covid-19 discourage people from voting?

A STUDY suggests the effect of the pandemic in exacerbating economic inequalities could affect voter turn-out at the election. University of Aberdeen’s Centre for European Labour...

Avert ruled “misleading” by ASA over earnings claims

AN ADVERT for a learning group has been found to be "misleading" by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA). An advert from Montessori Tutors allegedly stated that...

PR agency announces team expansion in anticipation of further growth.

A SCOTTISH PR agency has recruited two new team members as they are expecting to grow during the second half of 2021. Clark is also currently...

Strategy specialists launch new consultancy division after record year

SCOTTISH business strategists have announced record results and have now launched a new management consultancy arm. Turnover and profit have soared for Genoa Black as clients...

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