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Recognisable Sauchiehall Street building has been refurbished

ONE of Glasgow’s most recognisable buildings in Sauchiehall Street has been refurbished to be home to three new businesses. McLellan Works, formally known as Breckenridge House, is...

Aldi launch quiz to pair customers up with their perfect beer

ALDI are launching a new summer Scottish Beer Festival to help customers find their perfect craft via a personality quiz. The supermarket has launched its Scottish...

Edith Bowman to return to Stobo Castle Ladies Day

EDITH BOWMAN is heading to Musselburgh for Stobo Castle Ladies Day next month. The DJ, television presenter and podcast host will return to Musselburgh Racecourse to...

Action group attempt to secure McVitie’s plant in Glasgow

THE Pladis Action Group will propose to the company’s management to secure McVitie’s manufacturing jobs in Glasgow. The group have campaigned vigorously to explore all options...

Scottish port operator propose a Green Port along the east coast

SCOTLAND’s largest ports operator has intimated its proposal to the government for a Green Port. Forth Ports has today expressed its desire to develop a Green...

Edinburgh based dog accessories firm sees a surge during the pandemic

AN Edinburgh based luxury dog accessories start-up business experienced fast growth during the pandemic. The family-owned business, Stocky and Dee was created in 2019 by husband...

New research reveals that shielding may not have been effective

NEW research from the University of Glasgow has revealed that shielding those at high risk may not have been fully effective. The recent study, which was...

Dunbar leisure pool now has an accessible wheelchair

DUNBAR Leisure Pool now has a state-of-the-art accessible wheelchair to assist swimmers coming in and out of the pool. The new addition to the enjoyleisure’s Dumbar...

Scottish spirit brand see huge increase in online sales over lockdown

A SCOTTISH spirit producer has experienced a surge in sales over lockdown. Buck and Birch of East Lothian have experienced a 350 per cent increase in...

Mysterious robots in Glasgow have residents baffled

RESIDENTS of Glasgow are puzzled as robots have mysteriously appeared in the city overnight. Glaswegians have taken to social media to search for the meaning behind...

The heatwave has parents driving up to 50 miles to ensure children sleep

THE heatwave has parents driving up to 50 miles with air con on blast to ensure children get sleep. New research, conducted by heycar, has revealed...

Edinburgh Food Festival is to go ahead this Friday until August

EDINBURGH’s Assembly George Square Gardens will open this Friday hosting the food festival until August 1. The Edinburgh Food Festival will launch the Assembly Festival’s season...

Scottish charity open up phone service to the public to tackle loneliness

A SCHEME aimed at tackling loneliness in older Scots is being expanded to cater for those who have been more isolated during the pandemic. Scottish charity,...

NHS Lothian continue Covid jab programme at football stadiums

THE summer of football campaign launched by NHS Lothian will continue to boost the COVID jag programme. The campaign will see a further two pop-up clinics...

Monty Hitchcock launches an art exhibition in Glasgow to raise awareness for ADHD

AN acclaimed film and TV art director has launched an art exhibition in Glasgow to challenge how ADHD is perceived. Monty Hitchcock has unveiled his...

University of Glasgow receive a £1 million grant to research long Covid

UNIVERSITY of Glasgow researchers have been granted £1 million to investigate diet treatment for long Covid. Researchers have been awarded the sum of cash from the...

Scottish University teams up with Harris Tweed Hebrides to create new products

ROBERT Gordon University have announced a collaboration with Harris Tweed Hebrides which aims to explore new products and global markets. The university will work with the...

New research reveals Scots would be in favour of robots cooking for them

OVER one in five Scots would trust a robot to cook their meals according to new research. The research conducted by ePOS Hybrid found that one...

An urban hub in Kilmarnock is to team up with digital connectivity specialist

AN URBAN development in Kilmarnock has teamed up with a Scottish digital connectivity specialist to deliver connectivity. The HALO Kilmarnock has announced a collaboration with Commsworld,...

Scottish business invests millions into innovative projects

AN EDINBURGH based business has led a multi-million-pound investment in Scottish Innovators this year. Business investment group Archangels has led an investment of £12.4 million...

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