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New £80m Covid recovery fund unveiled for Scotland

A NEW £80m Covid Economic Recovery Fund has been unveiled to help Scots communities and businesses post-pandemic. The fund is targeting support for these sectors in...

Food Standards Scotland launches online guide to encourage healthy eating

FOOD Standards Scotland (FSS) is launching a new online guide to encourage healthy eating. According to FSS, making small changes to our diet is the key...

Scottish aviation business forecasts sky-high record year 

A SCOTTISH aviation business is forecasting a sky-high record year in 2022 following major investments in recent years. ACS Aviation, a flight training and aircraft maintenance...

Scots online legal platform debuts ‘First Aider’ training to tackle discrimination at work

A SCOTS online legal platform is debuting its 'First Aider' training to tackle discrimination at work. Valla is launching Discrimination First Aider training - the UK's...

New report recommends Scots police officers should carry naloxone

POLICE officers across Scotland should carry naloxone, an emergency treatment for drug overdoses, a new report has recommended. The Edinburgh Napier University-led study backed the use of...

Housing association to deliver 30 new homes in Dundee for social housing

CALEDONIA Housing Association has started work on a new Dundee housing development that will provide 30 new homes for social rent in the city. Developer GMC...

Scots culture and events sector to be granted £16m of funding

SCOTLAND'S culture and events sector is set to be granted £16m of funding to help recover from the impact of the pandemic. The government's Omicron business...

Plans submitted for new distillery in former “capital of the whisky world”

PLANS for a new distillery in the heart of a former whisky capital have been submitted. The new Dál Riata Distillery in Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute,...

Major funding awarded for Scottish sustainable food and drink businesses

SCOTTISH food and drink producers have been awarded a share of £160k of funding for sustainable projects as part of an industry-wide commitment to net...

Two new protected Scots sites designated for vulnerable seabirds

TWO locations in Scotland have been chosen as the area for the preservation and protection of vulnerable seabirds. The area, larger than the size of Edinburgh...

Exploring new oven-ues: Mason Belles Kitchen announces launch of training academy

SCOTS restaurant group Mason Belles Kitchen (MBK) has announced that it is launching its own training academy. The chain, which has restaurants in Linlithgow, Falkirk, and...

Stirling auctioneer continues expansion with £250k investment in new facilities

STIRLING-based auctioneer Caledonian Marts Ltd is set to continue its recent round of investment and expansion. An established livestock, plant and equipment auctioneer and valuer, Caledonian...

Scotland’s largest business park secures first letting at new development

SCOTLAND's largest business park has secured the first letting at its latest development in Glasgow. Hillington Park is home to over 500 organisations and 8,000 employees,...

Extending telecare services could save UK’s care providers £14.5bn by end of decade

RESEARCH has revealed that extending telecare services could save the UK's care services almost £15bn by 2030. Economic modelling from Edinburgh-based digital connectivity consultancy, FarrPoint, estimates...

International law firm completes Edinburgh office move

INTERNATIONAL law firm Pinsent Masons have completed a move into new offices in the centre of Edinburgh’s financial district. More than 200 lawyers and business operations...

Scots tech firm reveals substantial growth alongside hospitality sector recovery

A SCOTTISH technology firm has revealed its substantial growth as the hospitality sector bounces back from the pandemic. ePOS Hybrid has revealed a significant uplift across...

£10 million research hub awarded to boost Glasgow’s transition to climate resilience

A GLASGOW-based climate resilience programme has received £10 million towards a research hub. Scientists are to begin work on the large-scale research programme that will help...

Scots events group light the way with Queen’s Jubilee beacons

A SCOTTISH events group have been honoured with the responsibility of supplying the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Beacons. Events sector business 21CC Group is to supply gas-fuelled beacons to...

Tinder Swindlers committing majority of dating app scams

SCAMMERS are frequenting Tinder more than any other dating app, recent data has revealed. Tinder is the most popular dating app for fraudsters, as the latest...

Scots gift card programme aims to boost local economies on Valentine’s Day

GIFT card programme leaders are urging Scots to take advantage of their local area and help boost the economy ahead of Valentine's Day. Scotland Loves Local...

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