Tuesday, May 18, 2021
A picture of a brain - Scottish News

Funding issued for UK’s first Virtual Dementia Resource Centre

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A SCOTTISH Alzheimer charity has received £8000 worth of funding to help fund the UK's first Virtual Dementia Resource Centre (VRC).Alzheimer Scotland received the new funding from Nationwide Building Society who also issues funding...
The Scottish entertainer's birth place is on the market Property News Scotland

Scots cottage that was birthplace of “world’s first superstar” goes on market for £435k

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A STUNNING Scots cottage that was the birthplace of the world’s first superstar Sir Harry Lauder has gone on the market for £435,000. Scots singer and comedian Sir Harry Lauder was born at number three...
Student accommodation - Property and Constructions News Scotland

Public to be given a say on new student accommodation on the site of...

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A PROPERTY developer is giving the public a chance to have its say on proposals for a new student residential development in Edinburgh.A full assessment has been undertaken by S1 Developments and due...
K-briq - Property and Constructions News Scotland

Two million eco-friendly bricks go into production following funding award

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A CLEAN-tech company has been awarded £1 million in funding to commercialise production of its brick made of recycled construction waste.Kenoteq is set to make more than 2 million K-Briq's per year with the...
The Scottish entertainer's birth place is on the market Property News Scotland

Scots cottage that was birthplace of “world’s first superstar” goes on market for £435k

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A STUNNING Scots cottage that was the birthplace of the world’s first superstar Sir Harry Lauder has gone on the market for £435,000. Scots singer and comedian Sir Harry Lauder was born at number three...
North Sea Oil rig - Shell enter deal with Draegar Marine and Offshore to implement goal zero - Scottish news

Aberdeen based oil safety company renews a three year deal with Shell

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AN ABERDEEN based oil safety manufacturer has renewed its global partnership with Shell for a further three years to help promote goal zero.Safety equipment company, Draegar Marine and Offshore, a division of the Draegar...
Peter Vardy - Scottish football News

Peter Vardy partners with Scottish Football Association to provide support for Player of the...

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THE "leading Scotland-based automotive retail group," has teamed up with a Scottish Football Association to launch its 2021 Player of the Year Awards.As the new official car partner of Scotland’s Professional Footballer’s Association (PFA),...
Tourism News Scotland

Hotel unveils major expansion which will create more than 80 jobs

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A HOTEL chain has invested over £20 million in its Highland portfolio of hotels, lodges, and restaurants in Lochaber and Inverness-shire, creating more than 80 new jobs.Black Sheep Hotels has welcomed more than 1,250...
Business - Business News Scotland

More people than ever have created companies during lockdown

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ON May 13 2021, a loan provider released new research to celebrate funding its 4,000th founder.Virgin’s not-for-profit entrepreneurial hub, Virgin StartUp, reveals that one in three Brits dream of becoming an entrepreneur and would...
Botanic Gardens - Nature News Scotland

Scottish botanic garden is set to “celebrate the power” of plants

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THE public are invited to discover the world of plants and the people who work with them at an upcoming event at a botanic garden.‘Plant Power’ is an annual event that showcases the plants...
A man thinking looking at a computer - Research News UK
Collaborative Post

The Efficient Use of Automated Printing Machines in Printing Industries

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In the printing industry, there are massive ranges of high-quality and latest technology printers which are using for different purposes. Each and every segment has some different queries and concepts to use printers to...
cyber attacks on voluntary organisations are on the rise| Business news Scotland

Scottish charity sector to receive help with cyber attacks

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WITH cyber attacks on the voluntary sector increasing, the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) is hoping to strengthen its response to these crimes.The SBRC have appointed Alison Stone as Cyber Resilience Co-ordinator for the...
Uig Hotel and Lodge - Research News Scotland

Scottish Highlands set for billion-pound boom from staycations

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THEScottish Highlands  is set to welcome £1.135 billion worth of staycation business according to a new report.New research reveals that millions of Brits are planning ‘staycations’ in 2021 to the UK’s tourist hot spots.The...
Allison Watson - Property News Scotland

Scottish housing charity calls for efforts to end the country’s housing crisis

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A LEADING housing and homelessness  charity has reacted to the 2021 Scottish Election results by urging the incoming Scottish Government to end the country’s housing crisis.Shelter Scotland has claimed it has been campaigning for the...
Leanne Rae - Health News Scotland

Recruitment partnership leads to over 100 new recruits for firm in Q1 of 2021

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A GLASGOW based firm has reported over 100 new recruits joining its ranks in the first quarter of 2021 thanks to a partnership with a recruitment firm.Pastdue Credit Solutions reported 110 new starts...
Jo Armstrong - Business News Scotland

Scotland’s “leading property-management organisation” appoints new Chair

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A HOUSING, care, and property-management organisation in Scotland announced who they would be appointing as their new chair on Friday, May 7.Wheatley Group announced Jo Armstrong as its new chair, she will succeed Alastair MacNish...
full bins in the meadows after many people littered| Environment News

Scots coffee shop offer free drinks to anyone who fills black bags with litter

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A SCOTS coffee shop is offering free drinks to anyone that fills black bin bags full of litter.Uplands Roast, based across from popular park, The Meadows in Edinburgh, has agreed to swap one drink...
Paul Stenson |Food and Drink News

More than 160 job applications in one day for café advertising “higher wages than...

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MORE than 160 job seekers have applied to work at a cafe advertising “higher wages than sitting on your a*** at home.”Paul Stenson, owner of The White Moose Cafe and in Phibsboro, Dublin, hit...
Community hub - Property and constructions News Scotland

New Visitor and Community Hub to be built in Garnock Valley

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A CONTRACT  to build the new Garnock Visitor and Community Hub on behalf of North Ayrshire Council has been put in place.The council has set up a £4.2m contract with hub South West, the...

Covid trauma faced by TV star emphasises importance of legal protection

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Heart-breaking complications faced by TV star Kate Garraway in supporting her husband Derek in his year-long battle with Covid underline the importance of having proper legal protection, a leading personal lawyer has revealed.Lindsay Maclean,...
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