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Scots solicitors targeting client growth with new office in the capital

A SCOTS solicitors is looking to expand its operations as it moves into a new office in the capital. Long-established Edinburgh law firm Gibson Kerr has combined...

A cut above: Pipeline decommissioning specialist invest £250k in new Scots base

A PIPELINE decommissioning specialist has opened a base in Scotland - with the intention of focusing on North Sea-based clients. Decom Engineering (Decom) have opened a...

Snow joke: Over half of Brits say councils not doing enough about winter roads

OVER half of drivers in the UK are concerned that councils aren’t doing enough to keep them safe during the winter months, new research has...

Scots safety specialist on hand to deliver new rails on sites across the country

A SITE safety specialist is delivering what it calls "the first major innovation in 90 years" for simple handrails which protect millions of workers across...

Code-breakers: Road safety charity warns motorists risk breaking new “rules of the road”

THE UK’s leading road safety charity has warned of a lack of communication from the government about the new changes to the Highway Code. IAM RoadSmart...

Scotland’s largest housing association set for rebrand

SCOTLAND'S largest housing association is set for a rebrand. Formed in 2003, Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) is set to be renamed as Wheatley Homes Glasgow in...

Scot captures stunning images of “the skies above Ben Nevis on fire”

AN AMATEUR photographer has captured stunning images of the “skies above Ben Nevis on fire". Mark Reynolds couldn’t believe his luck when he managed to take...

Quirky home belonging to artist on sale for £400,000 – complete with unique art installations

AN INCREDIBLE Grade II-listed house belonging to an artist is up for sale for £400,000 - complete with quirky room installations. Waxwing, in Berwick Upon Tweed,...

Teacher shares incredible image of himself taking a dip in icy burn below Ben Nevis

A HARDY teacher has shared an incredible image of himself taking a dip in an icy burn below Ben Nevis. Neil Adams took a plunge in...

Scots mum urges driver who allegedly caused horrific car crash to come forward

A SCOTS mum-of-two who was left "traumatised" from a horror car crash has urged the driver who allegedly caused the accident to come forward. Pamela Moan...

“They’ve done a weekend in Creamfields” – Nike mocked for new “dirty-looking” trainers

NIKE has been mocked online for their new trainers that “look like they’ve done a weekend in Creamfields”. Social media users have been poking fun at...

Asda customer opens tin of beans to find “what looked like a mouse had died” inside

AN ASDA customer was left horrified after opening a tin of beans and finding what “looked like a mouse had died” inside. Sally Jones said she...

Police seize bizarre stash of weapons in property raid – including “Harry Potter’s wand”

POLICE have seized a bizarre stash of weapons in a property raid - including “Harry Potter’s wand”. Officers raided a property on Moss Lane in Orrell Park,...

More than half of Brits have paid additional renovation costs due to cowboy builders

More than half of Brits have had to pay additional house renovation costs due to faulty work by cowboy builders. A comparethemarket.com survey has revealed that...

Odd vandal dubbed the “Superglue Bandit” gluing padlocks of Scots businesses

A VANDAL dubbed the "Superglue Bandit" has been causing havoc by super-gluing outdoor padlocks and keypads belonging to Scots businesses. The man, who appears to be...

Shocking footage shows motorists crossing causeway on Scots island being battered by ferocious waves

SHOCKING footage shows motorists crossing a causeway on a Scots island while being battered by ferocious waves. Michele Mackay captured the moment high waves crashed over...

Scots left in awe over stunning images of Northern Lights across the Isle of Skye

SCOTS have been left in awe over stunning images showing the Northern Lights across the Isle of Skye. Gill Williams snapped several stunning photographs of the...

Urban explorer finds “dressing station used in both WW1 and WW2” down 88ft hole

AN URBAN explorer was left stunned after abseiling down an 88-foot deep hole to find a "dressing station" believed to have been used in both...

Scots woman finds vile “All Taigs are targets” stickers in Fife park

A SCOTS woman has claimed she found vile sectarian "All Taigs are targets" stickers in a Fife park. The 19-year-old Reddit user, who wished to remain...

Royal Mail customers fuming after being sent stamps as compensation

ROYAL Mail customers have been left fuming after being sent six First Class stamps as compensation for lost items - including as replacement for a...

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