Monday, April 12, 2021
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Latest contract win for Webster Developments

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Contracting company, Webster Developments in Kinross, has announced that it has won its latest contract from Caledonia Housing Association in Perth. The £1.1 million development for Caledonia HA, will see webster developments create six new...
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Groundbreaking report on Oyster habitat restoration to be published  – Nature News Scotland

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A GROUNDBREAKING publication is due to be released this week on how to restore native European oyster habitats. The compendium of articles is said to detail more information than any publication before  about the value...

New build homes to be more energy efficient

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New regulations will be developed to ensure all new homes use renewable or low carbon heating from 2024.This move to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions for new build homes will run alongside...

Community groups across Scotland are to share almost £150,000 to celebrate Scotland’s Year of...

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To mark World Oceans Day 2020 (June 8) Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has announced that 24 projects have secured awards through its Plunge In! Coasts and Waters Community Fund launched earlier this year.From river...

Legal duo launches bold firm for under-served clients in north-east

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Renowned pair say it’s time to put ordinary Aberdonians at the heart of serviceTWO of the best-known legal names in the north-east have joined forces to launch a new law practice – and say...
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New Statistics Shed Light on the Ups and Downs of Working from Home in...

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Called the greatest work from home experiment in the world, covid-19 has brought millions of office workers back into their homes to conduct their work, including in the UK. And while there are many...

Dobbies re-open all of their Scottish Garden centres with new rules after Scotland enters...

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The UK’s leading garden centre retailer, Dobbies Garden Centres, will reopen 12 stores across Scotland on Friday 29 May. Following updated guidance from the Scottish Government that garden centres that the eateries must function as...
Build Ayrshire prgramme to run for eight weeks online - Business News UK

Eight week programme focusing on shared learning for all areas of business launched...

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AN EIGHT-week programme has been announced focusing on providing local businesses with important details to help their company survive.Build Ayrshire is an online experience that contains shared learning for all delegates on business from...

Edinburgh pawnbroker helping people through coronavirus pandemic

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Neil Mitchinson director of  Edinburgh Asset Finance has been helping people  to get through the crisis by allowing them acquiring loans on their financial assets.The company is offering loans of up to 60% of...

Business to battle cybercrime with Scotland’s first e-crime summit

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COMPANIES are to be targeted in the first summit of its kind to combat the menace of cyber crime, which is costing Scottish businesses an estimated £5 billion a year.The e-Crime Scotland Summit will...

Jamie Oliver set open new restaurant in Edinburgh

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By Oliver FarrimondCELEBRITY chef Jamie Oliver is set to open a new restaurant in Edinburgh within the next year.The Naked Chef intends to add the new eatery to his string of popular restaurants once...

North Coast 500 boosts the North Highland economy by £22m

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A major new evaluation report has found that the North Coast 500 has boosted the North Highland economy by more than £22million over 12 months. The study, conducted by the Moffat Centre for Tourism at...

New Picasso ceramic exhibition to open in March

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A new exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s ceramics opens in March at Huxley-Parlour Gallery. It is believed to be the first time the artist’s ceramics will be exhibited as a solo show in a commercial...

Bannatyne says that fortune will not go to children – ‘It’s not good for them’

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By Oliver FarrimondDRAGON'S Den mogul Duncan Bannatyne has said that he will not leave a penny of his vast fortune to his children.Speaking in an interview, he has said that none of his six...

Edinburgh company’s digital engagement deemed best practice by Scottish Government

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Two examples of digital public engagement by an Edinburgh communications consultancy during the COVID-19 pandemic have been deemed best practice by the Scottish Government.The work by Orbit Communications to engage with the public on...
Gleann Mor relaunch Glasgow Gin with new advertising campaign

Award wining spirit company re-launch Glasgow Gin – Food and Drink News Scotland

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AWARD WINNING Gleann Mòr have relaunched their Glasgow Gin with a new look and humorous advertising campaign that brings to life the Duke of Wellington statue.The new branding features a newly commissioned version of...

Royal Mail vans to go green for trial

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By Michael MacLeodTRADITIONAL red Post Office vans are to turn green on a Scots island.If a trial of a new breed of hydrogen-powered post vans proves successful on the Isle of Lewis, they could...
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Castle once used by farmer owner as pigsty is yours for £1.5m

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A CASTLE used by a former owner as a pigsty is on the market for £1.5m.Orchil Castle - near Gleneagles in Perthshire - looks to all of the world like an impressive baronial castle.But...

Internship turns into full-time position for Edinburgh Napier alumna

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A recent Edinburgh Napier graduate has had her excellent internship work recognised with a leading student impact award.Caroline Tocher – who first graduated in 2018 with a degree in International Festival and Event Management...

University academics lead rapid review of recommendations for re-opening dental services

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A rapid review of recommendations to re-open dental services, led by academics from the Universities of Dundee and Aberdeen, has been praised by the World Health Organisation and the Scottish Government.As is the case...
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