Monday, September 20, 2021
Peter Flett from University of Edinburgh Business School

Edinburgh University announce LGBT+ scholarships in first for Scotland

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THE UNIVERSITY of Edinburgh has announced their first LGBT+ scholarship, which includes the first LGBT+ masters scholarships in Scotland.The scholarships are the first home-grown initiative of their kind supporting UK, EU and international students...

Edinburgh Napier to establish Trimble Technology Lab

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Edinburgh Napier University has been gifted equipment and software by California-based Trimble to establish a state-of-the-art Technology Lab for architecture, engineering and construction (AEC). The lab will expand the University’s leadership in training and research...

Scotland’s luckiest lobsters know they can’t be eaten

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SCOTLAND’S luckiest lobsters are enjoying life in the Firth of Forth - knowing they can’t be eaten.A number of female lobsters have been returned to the sea sporting a protective new "v-notch" marking in...

Rags to riches business tycoon leaves behind £8m fortune

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A BUTCHER who went from rags to riches left behind more than £8 million when he passed away last year.Martyn Godfrey was 60-years-old when he suffered a sudden heart attack in August, despite being...

Scotland’s most expensive bungalow is put on the market

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SCOTLAND'S most expensive bungalow has been put on the market for £1.5m by a record-breaking developer.The single-storey home covers an area the size of two singles tennis courts and experts say they have never...

Scots castle that “broke” Samuel Johnson on sale for £450K – fainthearted need not...

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A REMOTE Scottish castle that tested the adventuring spirit of writer Samuel Johnson to destruction could be yours for just £450,000.Breachacha Castle is an A-listed Georgian building on the southern end of the Isle...

Edinburgh lettings firm reward staff with property portfolio

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A Scots letting firm is giving its staff the ultimate incentive to build for their future success – by helping them to buy their own property portfolio.Umega Lettings has conceived a plan to use...

‘Yuppie mansion’ once owned by Simple Minds frontman goes on the market

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THE former home of Simple Minds’ front man Jim Kerr has gone up for sale.The double upper flat at Bridge House, in South Queensferry, is the flat that he lived with ...
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Affiliate Institute review – Scam or real way to earn passive income?

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I’m here writing this review of the Affiliate Institute for a bit of an odd reason…you see; lately I’ve begun to get pretty annoyed by how often I see various other sites focusing on...

Scots denim guru bans fatties

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A SCOTS designer who produces handmade jeans for the rich and famous is refusing to tailor denim for fatties.Glasgow-based Robert Watson charges at least £1,000 for a made-to-measure pair of Rabbie Denim jeans.Customers include...
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Raffaele Riva: Taking Life as an Inspiration to do More- Business News

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Raffaele Riva is a multifaceted businessman specialized in the areas of international business, trust investments, real estate, estate and wealth planning, asset management, and related niches.Raffaele Riva is the president and founder of...
Burns Tail Fin art on Norwegian Air plane

Even with Rabbie Burns on the tail fin, a plane’s a plane for a’...

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Scotland's bard would probably have loved the red, red nose of Norwegian Air's typical plane  RABBIE Burns has been immortalised - on the tail of a budget airliner's latest plane.Scotland's bard - already known around...

Sir Stephen House set up private company while still on Police Scotland payroll

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SIR Stephen House set up his own private company in his final weeks on the job as chief constable of Police Scotland.House’s time as chief constable was rocked by a series of scandals over...

Tesco accused of being “misleading” after shoppers spot labels saying “British Carrots” were grown...

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TESCO has been accused of being “deceitful” and “misleading” after shoppers spotted that their “British Carrots” have small labels stating they were actually grown in Spain.Customers have been inundating the retailers' social media channels...

Gaelic quango spending £130K to teach itself Gaelic

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THE quango responsible for spreading the gaelic language across Scotland wants to spend £130,000 - teaching itself how to communicate in gaelic.The Bòrd na Gàidhlig already has an annual budget of around £5m to...

Classic car tour showcases best of new and old for good causes

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CLASSIC and modern cars from across the UK will be showcased at Atholl Palace Hotel on Sunday 28 April for charity.The classic car tour arranged by Blairgowrie Rotary club will feature 120 cars, both old...

“Written excrement” – how Indian restaurant boss is turning up heat on complaining customers

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THE fearsome owner of an Indian restaurant is turning up the heat on customers who complain on TripAdvisor.Waseem Ahmed told one dissatisfied customer his complaint was “written excrement” and suggested a personality transplant.The forthright...

Edinburgh makes Europe’s city rich list for first time

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EDINBURGH has made its first appearance on a list of 20 European cities with the most millionaires per head.A new rich list of European cities has revealed that a staggering one in 67 people...

Photojournalism workshop launches in Portobello

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A NEW photojournalism workshop will launch in Portobello this February. Established journalist, Jean West and award-winning photographer and educator, Alicia Bruce, will lead participants to create their own travel feature fit for a newspaper...

Scotsman given record £7.5million salary

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By Alessandro Brunelli MICHAEL Loggie, the director of Aberdeen-based Saltire Energy, has become the highest paid Scotsman in history.It is believed that the salary of the 67-year-old entrepreneur now reaches £7.5 million, a sum which...
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