Wednesday, May 12, 2021
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,...

Employee ownership translates as good news for TEFL firm

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THE WORLD’s leading provider of TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) accreditations has become employee owned, to preserve its reputation and protect loyal workers from a relocation from its Highland headquarters.Launched from a...

Go Big and Go Home: First Time Buyers opting for Larger Homes in West...

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DEMAND for larger homes from first time buyers has led to a surge in the sales of four- and five-bedroom homes at a West Lothian development.From 2019 and 2021, Dundas Estates has seen a...
Vue Cinema - Business News Scotland

Major cinema chain reveals it will reopen in 12 days

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TODAY, a major cinema chain has announced the reopening of all its Scottish venues, with tickets available to pre-book now.From Monday, May 17, film fans can look forward to all of Vue’s Scottish venues...
Money - Scottish News

Trade union says workers deserve “reward and recognition” after Covid 19

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A TRADE union for Scotland’s councils are beginning preparations for a formal industrial action ballot of their members over pay.  UNISON represents 80,000 local government workers across Scotland.The move follows a breakdown in negotiations with...
Sick pay - viral news

Britain has been revealed as the third worst country in Europe for sick pay

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A report has ranked European Nations on how well they compensate their citizens in times of ill health.Sick pay has become a vocal topic recently, with Europeans having to take time off work to recover...
Ludo the dog - Scottish News

800 “perfect pooches” have applied for their new job as bed testers

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The interior specialists who make the dog beds have had over 800 entries already and are expecting more than 1,000 by the end of this week.With the closing date just over a week away, Hillarys...
Edinburgh Napier Scottish election coverage - education news Scotland

Journalism students will provide Scottish election coverage

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A group of students from a Scottish University's Journalism department are providing live coverage of the Scottish election results.The students from Edinburgh Napier University have already gained an exclusive interview with First Minister Nicola...
OGV beer - Food and Drink News Scotland

First Scottish craft beer company to accept Cryptocurrency payments

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CRYPTOCURRENCY will now be accepted by a craft beer company in what is said to be a first for Scottish craft beer. Aberdeen based OGV Taproom will now take cryptocurrency payments such as Bitcoin Cash,...
Home renovations - property and construction News Scotland

Home owners choosing to renovate homes more during 2021 due to pandemic

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THE number of inquiries relating to home extensions and renovations soared dramatically within the first quarter of 2021 according to new figures by a construction firm.With people spending more time at home due to...
tutor - Business News Scotland

Avert ruled “misleading” by ASA over earnings claims

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AN ADVERT for a learning group has been found to be "misleading" by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA).An advert from Montessori Tutors allegedly stated that you could earn more than £32k as a part-time...
Clare Todd - Business News Scotland

PR agency announces team expansion in anticipation of further growth.

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A SCOTTISH PR agency has recruited two new team members as they are expecting to grow during the second half of 2021.Clark is also currently recruiting a further two staff at senior account manager...
Genoa Black - Business News Scotland

Strategy specialists launch new consultancy division after record year

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SCOTTISH business strategists have announced record results and have now launched a new management consultancy arm. Turnover and profit have soared for Genoa Black as clients have sought support to help their companies grow. The firm...
Sea Lice Monitoring - Nature News Scotland

Salmon farm begins to monitor sea lice for “greater transparency” in fishing

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A SCOTTISH salmon farm has agreed to start a programme to monitor and audit its weekly sea lice count as part of its effort for "greater transparency". Loch Duart is now inviting Trust biologists onto...
Edinburgh castle Tourism News Scotland

Honours of Scotland on display once again as tourist attractions reopen

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THE Honours of Scotland are set to go on public display again as the lockdown restrictions ease.The Honours, which includes the Crown and Sceptre of Scotland, were first used to crown Mary, Queen of...
Stirling Old Town Jail - Tourism News Scotland

Scottish tourists line up to be “locked in” prison after lockdown

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A SCOTTISH tourist  destination is preparing to reopen to visitors after months of lockdown.    Stirling Old Town Jail has benefited from investment to transform the visitor experience, as well as tales from ‘The Tollbooth’. The...
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