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Cabin fever: Scottish joinery firm launches range of luxury staycation pods

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DEMAND for staycation cabins has given a big boost to a Scottish joinery business.East Lothian-based Carberry Cabins is making environmentally friendly pod-style cabins which have have attracted strong interest from estate owners, farmers and caravan...

Major conference venue hits milestone for in-person delegates

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ONE of Scotland’s top conference and events businesses is on track to exceed 2500 in-person delegates in a month - for the first time in nearly two years.In what is a positive signal for...

Scottish property firm Stephen & Martin Sweeney unveil Motherwell makeover – and eye post-pandemic...

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SCOTTISH property firm Stephen & Martin Sweeney are looking for new development opportunities in the belief the pandemic may be coming to a close. The brothers launched a £400,000 venture last summer by refurbishing a...

Scottish businesses urged to consider investing in Barbados

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OPPORTUNITIES for Scottish businesses in Barbados is the focus of an event taking place in Edinburgh today.The organisers say the event "signals another return to normalcy" as Scotland emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.Invest Barbados...
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Festival occupancy surge welcomed by city hotel bosses

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Soaring guest bookings at Edinburgh’s largest independent hotel in August have helped to spark new optimism for the capital’s hospitality sector.Ten Hill Place saw occupancy rates reach 90% during August - up from 50%...
The 20-year-old returned hotel key | Scottish News

Scots hotel has old room key returned back to them – 20 years after...

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A SCOTS hotel has had an old room key returned back to them - 20 years after the guest visited.The Hilcroft Hotel in Whitburn, West Lothian, received the key alongside a handwritten note from...
Stag headbutting sign - Wildlife News Scotland

Hilarious images show stag knocking over “please do not feed me” sign

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HILARIOUS images show a furious stag knocking over a "please do not feed me" sign. Linda Donnelly captured a series of images yesterday as the angry stag, known locally as Callum, headbutted the post and...
Martin Compston boiler suits - Scottish News

Martin Compston confirms he doesn’t die in first ten minutes of new drama

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MARTIN Compston has confirmed he doesn't die in the first ten minutes of new thriller The Rig - but swooning fans are more distracted by "hot" boiler suit look.The 37-year-old took to Twitter today...

Diageo launches new Johnnie Walker visitor experience in Edinburgh

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WELL known Scotch whisky Johnnie Walker has launched an eight-floor visitor experience in the heart of Edinburgh today.More than four years in the making, Johnnie Walker Princes Street is the centrepiece of parent company...
Ambulance pulling out - Dashcam News Scotland

Divisive clip shows ambulance causing overtaking car to slam on brakes

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A DASH-CAM video showing an ambulance pulling out in front of an overtaking car has divided opinion over who was at fault.Nic Foxton, from Skipton, North Yorkshire, captured the footage as he attempted to...
Midges with sunset - Scottish News

Scot captures video of stunning sunset interrupted by thousands of midges

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A SCOTS hillwalker has captured a video of a stunning sunset being completely taken over by a swarm of skin crawling midges.Gregor Helm filmed the skin twitching footage while camping at Loch Glascarnoch in...
Cam Johnston celebrates his second Munro round | Scottish Hill Walking News

Hill walker who was told he almost died in his sleep completes second round...

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A SCOTS hill walker who was told he could have "choked to death" in his sleep from a huge mass in his throat has managed to complete his second round of Munros.Cam Johnston captured...
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Art exhibition ‘Crude’ set to open in Aberdeen showcasing works of crude oil

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A NEW art exhibition in Aberdeen is underway which will showcase crude oil and its role in the local, national and international context.'Crude' will be based in Gray's School of Art creative unit in...
Spinning Structure Kingston - Art News UK

Shocked locals left in stitches by bizarre art piece in public park which resembles...

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SHOCKED locals have been left in stitches after a bizarre art piece resembling a large sex toy was erected at a nearby park.The unique artwork in Canbury Gardens in Kingston Upon Thames, Greater London,...
Loch Ness review - Scottish News

Loch Ness gets one star review after family “bitterly disappointed” that Nessie failed to...

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A HILARIOUS review of Loch Ness has been left online after a visitor was heartbroken that they saw “no Loch Ness Monster”.The review was left on TripAdvisor last Wednesday by an account known only...
The campervan with the funny license plate | Scottish News

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

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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...
Dolphins Isle of Skye - Wildlife News Scotland

Incredible video captures moment curious dolphins race against Skye boat

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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

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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...
Lloyd Blyth Forth Bridge - Scottish News

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

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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...
Katie Robertson and Liam Eaton - Scottish News

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

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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...
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