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Scottish Government adds £3.6m to Hospital at Home scheme

The Scottish Government aims to double the capacity of Hospital at Home services by the end of the year, thanks to £3.6m of additional funding...

Self-isolation to end in Scotland with “stay at home” message announced

MANDATORY self-isolation is to come to an end in Scotland next month, with those who are ill or have tested positive for Covid-19 simply advised...

Established East Lothian dancewear business looking for new owner

THE SEARCH has begun for a new owner of an East Lothian dancewear and children’s shoes business to step into the spotlight.  Based in Haddington, the...

New solar panels hoped to secure bright future for Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle has received a slight makeover as the building’s freshly installed solar panels were unveiled on Thursday.  Occupying the roof of the Scottish National War...

Wide range of exciting shows revealed ahead of full Fringe return

With the Edinburgh Festival Fringe set for its first full-blown outing since 2019, many will soon be picking out the shows they are desperate to...

Final additions to TRNSMT’s sizzling summer line-up announced

Scotland’s biggest music festival has finalised its star-studded line-up as anticipation builds ahead of this summer’s TRNSMT.  Already boasting musical juggernauts such as Paolo Nutini, Lewis...

Celebration at Edinburgh Castle marks The Queen’s 96th birthday

Her Majesty The Queen's 96th birthday was marked by a traditional ceremony at Edinburgh Castle. A 21 Gun Salute was fired by the 19 Regiment...

East Kilbride pupils buzzing with their hive of learning activity

PUPILS at a primary school in East Kilbride are ready to spread their wings as they look after a hive of honeybees for the next...

Scottish hotel group hope to make a splash in spa scene with appointment

A NEW management appointment is hoped to boost the relaxation credentials of a luxury Scottish hotel group in the potentially lucrative spa market. Kirsty MacCormick,...

Scots lawyers offered £61k starting pay to stem brain drain to London

A LEADING firm has boosted its starting salary for newly qualified Scots lawyers in a bid to stop legal talent leaving for London. International operators...

First science and innovation ark joins Scottish Biotechnology Centre

SCOTLAND’S Industrial Biotechnology Centre (IBioIC) has welcomed its first science and innovation park into the fray.  The addition of Discovery Park, based in Sandwich, Kent, is...

Princess Anne agrees to become patron of Eric Liddell Centenary Initiative

PRINCESS Anne will help to celebrate one of Scotland’s most famous sportsmen as a patron of the Eric Liddell Centenary Initiative.  100 years on from his...

NC500 map reveals connectivity issues leaving tourists isolated

THE SCALE of connectivity issues facing travellers on the NC500 route has been unveiled by a new interactive map.  Scotland’s most well-known road trip plays a...

Aberdeen energy consultancy set to save Middle Eastern operator millions

A GLOBAL energy consultancy based in Aberdeen has identified millions of pounds worth of cost saving opportunities for a leading Middle East oil operator. Xodus, headquartered...

Property hunter hatches detailed requirements for Scottish poultry farm

A PROPERTY hunter has drawn up a very specific list of requirements in search of suitable Scottish poultry farm. The client of DM Hall, the...

Wind farming industry could be “transformed” by Scots invention

AN INVENTION from the minds of Scottish innovators could propel wind farming forward at a crucial time for sustainable energy sources.  Armour Edge, developed by Edge...

Peter Vardy fundraising drive sees £200,000 raised for people of Ukraine

THE SCOTTISH car business Peter Vardy have put their foot to the pedal in their fundraising efforts for Ukrainians.  Over £200,000 has been raised in an...

Scotland set for more “business enabling” 5G hubs in Aberdeen and Kilmarnock

THE ADOPTION of 5G is to be accelerated in Scotland with the announcement of two new innovation hubs in Aberdeen and Kilmarnock.  The bases come as...

St Andrews draws powerful line in the sand in Ukraine solidarity

MORE than 1,000 people in St Andrews joined together to make a powerful statement in support of the people of Ukraine.  Forming a visible line in...

Eye-catching artworks depicting female figure heads to Scotland

AN ECLECTIC collection of artworks depicting various female figures is debuting in Scotland next week.  From artist Renee So, the eye-catching pieces include sculptures, stoneware and...

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