Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Louise Powrie, Director of Financial & Professional Services at Core-Asset Consulting Scottish business news

Working women make comeback after pandemic restrictions ease

WOMEN in the financial services sector have bounced back following the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions according to one of Scotland’s top recruiters.Core-Asset Consulting found around half of candidates registering in the last quarter have...
Eureka Solutions - Business News Scotland

East-Kilbride software firm records £4.5m turnover despite pandemic challenges

AN East-Kilbride based software firm has recorded one of its best years after demands for its services soared during the pandemic.Eureka Soloutions recorded a £4.5m turnover in its latest financial year which is a...
Food and drink PR photography, Scottish snack brand provide an early taste of Boxing Day

Scottish snack brand provide an early taste of Boxing Day with new launch

Raft of high street and supermarket listings securedA PERFECTLY spiced crisp flavour is set to hit the shelves weeks before the festive season - bringing Scottish consumers an early taste of a leftovers classic....

Family step into dream home at beloved Edinburgh suburb

One of West Lothian’s most sought after developments has welcomed a family of four into their dream family home.Originally from Fife but working in Glasgow, Michael O’Hara and his wife Lana were set to...

Blackwood assembles team of maintenance heroes

A SCOTTISH housing and care provider has launched a one of a kind maintenance program to blitz through housing repairs and a welcome return to meeting with customers in their neighbourhoods.Blackwood Housing and Care...

DM Hall chartered surveyors moving office to meet client demand

Chartered surveyors DM Hall are moving their Dumfries office to larger premises, improving access to clients and responding to increasing demand for their services.Having been established for 26 years at their offices on the...

Architects’ rebrand is a blueprint for continued expansion

Firm that helped shape Edinburgh looks outward for next phase of growthAN ARCHITECTURE practice that has helped shape modern Edinburgh through several major city-centre developments is rebranding, as it eyes continued expansion throughout the...

Residents get a flavour of community life as hub launches at West Lothian development

FAMILIES at a West Lothian development have been bonding over award-winning local ice-cream and a variety of family-friendly activities at the launch of a multi-use community hub which will be part owned by residents.Children...

Accountants say numbers add up for Edinburgh expansion

Douglas Home & Co believes post pandemic changes will help drive growth FAST-GROWING tax and accountancy firm Douglas Home & Co is launching a new Edinburgh office.Three of its six directors will now be...
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Desperate Scot skips meals after landlord was “horrible” in response to plea for grant

A DESPERATE Scots tenant has been forced to skip meals after her landlord was "horrible" in response to her plea for vital help with a grant application.Since applying for the Tenant Hardship Loan in...
The stunning Orkney property - Scottish Property News

Stunning Orkney property that played prominent role in WW2 hits the market for the...

A STUNNING Orkney property that played a prominent role in WW2 has hit the market for the first time ever.Oglaby located in Stromness, Orkney, has hit the market for offers over £420,000.The four-bedroomed property...

Barclays launches programme to boost diversity in entrepreneurship

BARCLAYS Eagle Labs is launching its second 12-week virtual accelerator programme to continue to help boost diversity in entrepreneurship.The accelerator, designed to help early-stage tech businesses founded by one or more Black entrepreneurs, is...
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Stolen golf clubs not covered by many insurance policies

GOLFERS have been warned to check their insurance policies or risk losing out on thousands of pounds if their clubs are stolen from their car.With an average cost of £1,200 for a new set...
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Festival occupancy surge welcomed by city hotel bosses

Soaring guest bookings at Edinburgh’s largest independent hotel in August have helped to spark new optimism for the capital’s hospitality sector.Ten Hill Place saw occupancy rates reach 90% during August - up from 50%...

Two companies fined for failing that led to man’s injury

TWO companies have been fined a total of £100,000 after an employee was crushed by machinery.Chivas Brothers Limited and Fire Protection Group (FPG) Limited pled guilty to health and safety breaches committed between December...
Upper Glendevon Reservoir - Scottish News

Incredible images show underwater farmhouse exposed by water shortage

AN OLD farmhouse and sheep pen have fully emerged from the bottom of a Scots reservoir after a massive water shortage.Following Scotland's second driest summer in 160 years, the Upper Glendevon Reservoir in Perthshire...
The 20-year-old returned hotel key | Scottish News

Scots hotel has old room key returned back to them – 20 years after...

A SCOTS hotel has had an old room key returned back to them - 20 years after the guest visited.The Hilcroft Hotel in Whitburn, West Lothian, received the key alongside a handwritten note from...
Stag headbutting sign - Wildlife News Scotland

Hilarious images show stag knocking over “please do not feed me” sign

HILARIOUS images show a furious stag knocking over a "please do not feed me" sign. Linda Donnelly captured a series of images yesterday as the angry stag, known locally as Callum, headbutted the post and...
Husband reunited with ring - Scottish News

Tourists thrilled as Scots use What3Words to track down lost wedding ring

A COUPLE that visited Scotland on holiday were delighted after kind Scots used the location tracking app What3Words to find their lost wedding ring.Robert Hardy, 52, lost his silver ring on Irvine Beach in...
Martin Compston boiler suits - Scottish News

Martin Compston confirms he doesn’t die in first ten minutes of new drama

MARTIN Compston has confirmed he doesn't die in the first ten minutes of new thriller The Rig - but swooning fans are more distracted by "hot" boiler suit look.The 37-year-old took to Twitter today...
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