Sunday, January 24, 2021

Supermarket chains will need permission to take over small businesses

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SUPERMARKET giants could be stopped from snapping up small stores under a plan being considered by a Scots council.Stores such as Tesco and Sainsbury’s...

The nation gets ready to bring their Christmas Tree home

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Saturday 7 December is the most popular day for people to buy Christmas trees, according to Dobbies Garden Centres. Officially dubbed, Bring Your Christmas Tree...

Glasgow Prestwick goes Greek

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MODERN Glasgow Prestwick was transformed into Ancient Greece to celebrate the start of the airport's biggest-ever summer flights programme on Sunday (March 25).Togas replaced trousers...

Head Chef to champion Scotland in National Chef of the Year...

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A leading Scottish chef is representing Scotland in a prestigious UK culinary competition.Derek Johnstone, Head Chef at Borthwick Castle in Midlothian, is the...
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SELECT welcomes proposed delay to new smoke alarm rules –...

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SCOTLAND'S largest trade organisation has welcomed the proposed delay to the new domestic smoke alarm rules but points out an awareness campaign needs rolled...

Pipes and drums still thriving across the generations

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Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop will celebrate Scotland’s musical heritage when she serves as Chieftain at the World Pipe Band Championships.The two-day event, held on...

Gaelic culture to take centre stage at Urquhart Castle in new...

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HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT Scotland (HES) have launched a new event to celebrate Gaelic culture as part of the Year of Coasts of Waters 2020.Aiseag, which...
Scotland's largest drive in festival to feature first live sports match

Scotland’s biggest drive in tour to host countries first ever live...

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SCOTLAND'S biggest ever drive-in tour has announced today it will be hosting the first ever live audience sporting event since the start of lockdown...

Anaesthetic machines boost ventilator capacity

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More than 200 machines adapted to aid coronavirus response.NHS staff have helped boost the stock of ventilators, crucial for the care of those suffering...

Private sector business activity contracts in January

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Business activity in Scotland’s private sector economy fell at the start of 2015, the January PMI report from Bank of Scotland showed. Severe bad weather...

IT recruitment specialists see rise in profit due to increased client...

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IT recruitment specialists Be-IT have posted impressive financial results, with gross profits up by 46% and revenue increasing by 18% to £13million. A surge in...

Itison donates over 1,000 experiences to local charities in first month

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Daily deals service itison have expanded their new charity initiative supporting the benefits of respite after helping over 1,000 people.Itison Us will bring local...

Edinburgh Airport reports strong passenger growth in January

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FOLLOWING a record breaking year Edinburgh Airport, has started off 2015 with strong passenger growth. Passenger figures were up 7% in January this year compared...
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Scottish company develop ‘track and trace system’ to detect coronavirus symptoms...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=7s&v=IwaKc2aVq8Y&app=desktop A SCOTTISH company has unveiled a ‘track and trace system’ that uses facial recognition and thermal imaging to detect people with high temperatures and...

Big name funders give backing to new Glasgow Science Centre exhibition

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A GROUNDBREAKING new exhibition, showcasing the very best in Scottish innovation, is to open in early 2020 after Glasgow Science Centre reached a significant...

Innis & Gunn celebrate Marvel feature with free beer

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A CRAFT beer company are giving away free bottles of beer between 3 and 5 May to celebrate their feature film debut.Marvel fans spotted Thor...
Hazina Alladin graduates despite personal tragedy

Student who lost 5 family members to violent crime manages to...

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A STUDENT who has experienced immense personal tragedy has battled through her grief to graduate from university with distinction. Hazina Alladin lost five family members...
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The clock is ticking on a new British watch brand which...

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The new UK based company has already caused quite a stir despite the fact that its first Tourbillon watch wasn’t officially launched until 1...

Builders warn of “housing limbo” as first time buyer lending falls

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HOME builders have expressed concern at a new report showing a continuing fall in the number of first time buyers in Scotland.Homes for Scotland,...

Prestigious research grants worth a quarter of a million pounds awarded...

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TWO Scientists from a leading Scottish university have been awarded a prestigious research grant to help with their biological study looking into the properties...
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