Tuesday, September 21, 2021
The campervan with the funny license plate | Scottish News

Campervan driver leaves social media users in stitches with hilarious license plate

A FED up campervan driver has left social media users in stitches after they were snapped with a hilarious license plate appearing to tell road users to overtake.Jennifer Reynolds, 46, spotted the witty plate...
decom engineering - business news scotland

Decommissioning solutions company targets Aberdeen for a new base

A DECOMMISSIONING solutions specialist is expanding its operations by creating a new base near Aberdeen.Decom Engineering decided that the Aberdeen expansion was the right idea in order to improve access to key oil and...
Douglas Home & Co. chartered accountants; Accountants offer helping hand to under siege property solicitors

Second home tax timebomb sets scene for law firm alliance

UNSETTLED property investors across Scotland are facing an unexpected capital gains pitfall because of a little-known stealth tax change.Tax experts at one of Scotland’s leading accountancy firms have warned that many face trouble as...
Dolphins Isle of Skye - Wildlife News Scotland

Incredible video captures moment curious dolphins race against Skye boat

A STUNNING video has captured the moment a pod of dolphins swim just inches in front of a Scots fishing boat on the Isle of Skye. Sofia Bowes, who recently moved to The Isle of...
Sally and the busker - Scottish News

Heartwarming video shows tourist tot dancing to bagpipes in Edinburgh

THIS is the heartwarming moment a 1-year-old tot on holiday with her family in Scotland dances along to bagpipes on Edinburgh's Royal Mile. Yasmine Swarbrick and Oliver Carswell, from Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, were on holiday in...

New community flourishes in Dunfermline

A tight-knit community is taking shape in Dunfermline as the first footers begin to move into a sought-after new development in the heart of the town.Nine buyers, ranging from couples and first time buyers...

Historic golf club teed up for new state-of-the-art facilities

PROPOSALS to radically upgrade facilities at one of Scotland’s most historic golf clubs have taken a step forward after terms were agreed with CALA Homes (East) and a detailed planning application submitted.Included in the...
Lloyd Blyth Forth Bridge - Scottish News

Stunning footage shows Scot cruising around the “three bridges” on electric surfboard

STUNNING footage shows a thrill-seeker Scot cruising around the three Forth bridges on his electric surfboard. Lloyd Blyth took his eFoil board out on the Firth of Forth on Wednesday so he could explore the...

Rotary Club planter springs back with help from CALA

Roots of a nearby tree had damaged the rear of the planter at the Rotary Club of Linlithgow Grange, which needed to be removed before the space could be replanted with new perennial shrubs...
The property has two bedrooms - Property News UK

All black “sexy” apartment hits market for £400k in Manchester’s Gotham City 

AN all black apartment described as “sexy, seductive and desirable” has hit the market for £400,000 in Manchester's Gotham City.The two bedroom apartment is located in the bespoke Met apartments, which are known for...
High cut bodysuit - Consumer News UK

Mums left in stitches over revealing dinosaur body suit

MUMS have been left in stitches over images of an extremely narrow and revealing high cut bodysuit - leading to a graphic comparisons with an empty hot dog bun. A “Dinosaur Print High Cut Tank...

World’s first beer to protect giraffes will be served in pub set to open...

A PUB is set to open in 2050 by a glasgow based brewery to raise awareness about the potential extinction of giraffes.The world's first and only beer to protect giraffes from extinction has been...
A picture of police tape - Scottish News

Police Scotland appeal following serious road crash near Jedburgh

POLICE are appealing for information following a serious road crash near Jedburgh.A green Kawasaki motorbike bike collided with a barrier on the A68 at Carter Bar around 12.20pm on Thursday, the 5th August 2021.A...
pile of money - business news Scotland

Millions of pounds awarded to technology centre for net-zero research

Millions of pounds have been awarded to a technology centre that aims to accelerate Scotland’s net-zero economy.Net Zero Technology Centre has been given a total of £16.5 million to accelerate a range of energy...

Recruiters defy pandemic to get top Scottish listing in sector ‘bible’

A PROGRESSIVE recruitment firm has been identified as the sector’s fastest growing Scottish-based company by a highly-rated industry bible.Core-Asset Consulting has been named as one of the Recruiter FAST 50 – an exhaustively researched...
Professional Services PR photography, Lisle Design

Tachograph experts take the employee ownership road

St. Andrews-based Lisle Design Ltd, which has grown to a £2 million revenue firm in 15 years, implemented succession model with the support of employee-ownership specialist, Ownership Associates.It means the 14-strong firm, that counts...
Raspberry Gin Liqueur - food and drink news scotland

Aldi releases new ‘gin-spiring’ alcohol line up for Summer

A UK supermarket has launched new additions to their alcohol range in time for Summer.Aldi has created some new additions to their Toradh gin range including two new Scottish Gin Liqueurs and four pre-mixed...
Isle of of Skye - Scotland News

12 week long public consultation on £5m Islands Bond announced

A NEW 12 week consultation seeking the views of people from across Scotland has been announced after a new Islands Bond proposal.The bond aims to tackle population decline across the Scottish islands and people...
Katie Robertson and Liam Eaton - Scottish News

Scots busker teaches teen with chronic pain how to play bagpipes – and has...

A SCOTS busker taught a teenager with chronic pain to play the bagpipes - and was out busking with her just 11 weeks later.Liam Eaton took Katie Robertson, 14, under his wing after a...
Farm to Foodhall - Consumer News UK

M&S accused of pushing “animal farming propaganda” in children’s book

MARKS & Spencer has been accused of pushing "animal farming propaganda" onto youngsters in their first ever children's book.Animal rights campaigners have hit out at the retail giant saying Farm to Foodhall, The Magic...
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