Wednesday, July 28, 2021
The brand have worked hard to make their vegan patty taste identical to its beef counterpart - UK News

British plant based brand raise £2m in investments

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A BRITISH plant-based restaurant has raised £2M to bring affordable vegan food to the market.Ready Burger, based in London, have closed their first funding round with crowdcube, raising a whopping £2M from 842 investors.The...
Kiara Clair - UK News

Bar worker sent texts from boss calling her “useless” and a “vacuous poser” after...

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A BAR worker has claimed she was sent text messages from her boss calling her "useless" and a "vacuous poser" after she told him she was leaving.Kiara Clair was shocked when she received the...

Return of familiar face ushers in new era at Mackie’s Crisps

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A DEDICATED manager is helping Scotland's biggest crisp brand to double production and hit ambitious targets - two years after leaving manufacturing.With over 30 years of experience under her belt, Emma Foster returned to...
Scotch Beef - Scottish News

The “genius” cooking hack that keeps midges at bay has been revealed

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WITH lots of midges expected this year, experts have revealed a delicious way to evade the ferocious Highland Midge using a simple combination of ingredients. Developed by Scotch Beef PGI, Scotland’s leading midge expert Dr...
Scottish distillery launches a competition to mark World Rum Day - Scottish News

Scottish distillery launches a competition to celebrate World Rum Day

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A SCOTTISH distillery has announced a competition to celebrate World Rum Brand with a huge supply of rum up for grabs.North Point Distillery have teamed up with online spirits marketplace Caskshare for the new...
The Glenlivet Bar - Business News Scotland

Whisky distillery opens its doors to a new visitor experience

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WHISKY lovers are invited back to Speyside to explore the multi-million pound redesign of its landmark visitor experience. The Glenlivet, the original Speyside single malt, welcomes back whisky fans to its newly refurbished home in...
Meaban's Moo - Entertainment News Scotland

A TV project is coming up which will create an opportunity for Gaelic speakers

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A SCOTTISH TV channel has a new project coming up for a children's puppet series called Meaban’s Moo.The show will be on BBC ALBA which means that a new opportunity has come up because...
Ryan and his pup - Scottish News

Hilarious video shows Scots pooch refusing to share his chicken nuggets

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A HILARIOUS video shows a Scots pooch refusing to share his chicken nuggets with his owner.Ryan Hynes from Glasgow filmed himself having no luck when trying to get his hands on Leo's McDonald's meal...
Biker falls onto pavement | Traffic News UK

Video shows “pillock” cyclist colliding face-first on pavement after weaving in front of lorry

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A SHOCKING video shows the moment a "pillock" cyclist collided face-first into a pavement after weaving around in front of a lorry.Truck driver Carl Shearing filmed the male cyclist collapsing in a heap at...
Andy Murray | Scottish Sports News

Andy Murray says there’s still “life in the old dog yet” after Wimbledon comeback

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ANDY Murray has said there's still “life in the old dog yet” after his impressive Wimbledon comeback.The 34-year-old defeated Germany qualifier Oscar Otte in a gruelling five set battle last night.Murray, from Dunblane, Stirling,...
FA-Kinnell Road Sign | Scottish News

“Fa-Kinnell” Scots left in stitches after prankster “defaces” road sign

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SCOTS have been left in stitches after a prankster "defaced" a road sign for the parish of Kinnell by adding the letters “FA” at the start.Scott Sweeney spotted the sign to Kinnell in Forfar,...
Craigmillar castle landscape in Edinburgh - Scottish News

Historic Edinburgh castle announces it is re-opening for Summer

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A HISTORIC Edinburgh castle has reopened its doors to the public after a closure due to the second lockdown of 2021.Craigmillar Castle which was formerly owned by Mary, Queen of Scots opened its grounds...
Edinburgh International Film Festival - Entertainment News Scotland

Edinburgh’s August festival season starts with outdoor, waterside cinema

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THE programme for a weekend of free outdoor screenings at Port Edgar Marina on July 31 and August 1 2021, has been unveiled.Film Fest on the Forth will run at the Marina, which is...
Art - Scottish News

Online exhibition reconnects Scottish city with its past

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STUDENTS at a Scottish university are turning snippets of local life into art as part of a new online exhibition. Illustration students at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee...
The Glenlivet Speyside Room - Business News Scotland

A whisky distillery opens its doors to a new visitor experience

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Whisky lovers are invited back to Speyside to explore the multi-million pound redesign of its landmark visitor experience.  The Glenlivet, the original Speyside single malt, welcomes back whisky fans to its newly refurbished home in...
plane - Research News Scotland

Study reveals the best cities to live and work remotely from

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THE best cities to live and work remotely from have been revealed by looking at data on legislation, costs and overall livability.The results from Housing platform Nestpick.com show the cities which are best prepared...
Josh Taylor and Ken Buchanan shake hands | Scottish Sports News

Josh Taylor delighted after his hero boxing champ Ken Buchanan visits home

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SCOTS boxing champ Josh Taylor has dubbed Ken Buchanan Scotland’s greatest fighter after his hero visited him at home.The 30-year-old world champion was delighted to have his idol Buchanan visiting him at his house...
Fabric's "stay in the moment" image | Nightlife News UK

Renowned nightclub Fabric bans camera phones on dance floor

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RENOWNED nightclub Fabric is banning visitors from using their camera phones on the dance floor so that party-goers can "stay in the moment".The popular club in London's Farringdon announced on Monday that when they...
travel - Tourism News Scotland

Nostalgia could help drive holiday planning this summer

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THE national tourism organisation believes with staycations set to be popular this year, an increasing number of visitors will turn to holiday experiences from the past.New figures from VisitScotland suggest almost two-thirds of people...
A Scottish festival has created a giant sand portrait to urge support for young musicians - Scottish News

Scottish festival celebrates and supports young musicians

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A SCOTTISH festival has created a giant sand portrait to urge support for young musicians.East Neuk Festival, which will take place on July 1 to 4 and held in Fife, has put the spotlight...
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