Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Drinks - Food and Drink News Scotland

A whisky company partners with a botanic garden to create floral cocktail

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A whisky society has teamed up with world-renowned mixologist and a Botanic Garden to create a limited-edition range of floral cocktails.In this partnership between The Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS) and The Royal Botanic Garden,...
Aberdeen Covid Antibody Tests 3 - Scottish News

Scientists in Aberdeen have created an ingenious anti-body test for Covid

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UNIVERSITY of Aberdeen Scientists have developed a ground-breaking antibody test for Covid-19.The team at the university, along with biotechnology group Vertebrate Antibodies Ltd and NHS Grampian have created antibody tests that detect whether people...

Local rugby stars unveil CALA’s latest showhome

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AN EXPANSIVE new CALA Homes (East) showhome has been officially opened by local rugby stars of the future and present.The Waverley at Ravelrig Heights in Balerno is a five-bedroom home spanning more than 3726...
Business News Scotland

Ex-Google executive to join UK start up business board

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A UK start-up business has announced the board appointment of a leading figure from the global technology sector to help it create a new data-sharing economy, benefitting both consumers and quality brands. Ian Carrington, who joins...
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Scottish renewable energy company creates new leadership position

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Aberdeen headquartered renewable energy firm has created a new permanent senior role for an offshore wind consultant.Andrew Duncan is set to lead the UK firm’s expansion in offshore wind and increase its foothold in other green offshore energy industries. Mr Duncan has...
the eagle hotel - Business News Scotland

Hospitality businessman shares his secret to success

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Over the past year, Eric, together with his wife Suzanne, who have both been in the trade for over thirty years, provided over 200 meals a week to their local community, during the first...
Edinburgh based hip-hop artist releases a song in tribute of his dad ahead of fathers day - Scottish News

Edinburgh hip-hop artist releases a song in tribute to his father

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AN EDINBURGH based hip-hop artist has released a breakthrough single about his deceased dad ahead of Father’s Day.Chris Thomas, known as CTRL has revealed his darkest memories in his new autobiographical single, giving us...
football - Research News Scotland

One million football fans will ‘work’ from the pub while watching the EUROS

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MORE than one million employees are planning to ‘work’ from the pub for football matches kicking off during office hours, according to new research.More than one million fans are planning to watch all 51...
Luke Mitchell the convicted murder - Scottish Crime News

Scots convicted murderer Luke Mitchell now has new legal representation

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A SCOTS criminologist has revealed that convicted murderer Luke Mitchell now has new legal representation willing to fight his conviction.Crime expert Dr Sandra Lean said she was "absolutely delighted" that someone is willing to...

Dog rushed to vets after intestines clogged up with sand from playing fetch at...

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A DOG owner has issued a warning over pets playing with toys at the beach after her beloved pooch's intestines ended up clogged up with sand. Chelsea Finn’s labradoodle Dolly fell ill after hours of...
Robert MacIntyre doing golf ball keepy-uppies | Scottish News

Robert MacIntyre impresses fans with golf ball keepy-uppy skills

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SCOTS golf pro Robert MacIntyre has impressed fans after being filmed doing keepy-uppies with a golf ball.The 24-year-old shared the clip on Twitter yesterday asking the Scotland national team if it was “too late...

Community called on to have say on significant development west of Edinburgh

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AN EDINBURGH based developer is calling on the surrounding community to engage in a potential new development north of Currie that includes a new road to relieve pressure on Lanark Road West.CALA Homes has...
blood donor - Health News Scotland

Fairer assessment for blood donors comes into effect today

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CHANGES to the questions people are asked before they are accepted as blood donors come into effect today, meaning all potential donors are treated the same.  The changes, implemented on World Blood Donor Day,...
University of Dundee - Research News Scotland

Scottish university research to help eliminate Sleeping Sickness

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ALMOST half a million rapid diagnostic tests developed from research at a university will be donated with the aim of helping eliminate the disease known as African sleeping sickness. The Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics...
Ardgowan Distillery- Business News Scotland

Green light for Ardgowan distillery following new investment of £8.4 million

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A DISTILLERY has announced work will begin this year on their new distillery which is being built on the Ardgowan Estate near Inverkip, 30 miles west of Glasgow. £7.2m of the new equity for Ardgowan...
Kibosh Ltd - Business News Scotland

Scottish inventor backed by “biggest” energy sector to develop his idea

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A SCOTTISH plumber turned inventor and entrepreneur has secured the backing of the world’s biggest energy sector companies to develop his unique pipe repair solutions.Kibosh Ltd, which has patented a range of clamps that can...
covid test - Health News Scotland

Coronavirus test kits to be mailed to visitors of the Glasgow Fan Zone

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RAPID lateral flow test kits will be mailed from tomorrow to all visitors to the Glasgow Fan Zone to encourage testing.17,000 ticket holders due to attend the UEFA EURO 2020 Fan Zone at Glasgow Green...
TROUGHTON-LUCY - Property and Constructions News Scotland

New design to help rebuild the lives of domestic abuse survivors

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HELPING survivors of domestic violence find safety, privacy, and space to rebuild their lives is the aim of one architecture project featuring in a university Art, Design and Architecture Graduate Showcase 2021. Lucy Troughton, 25,...
The kidnapped gnome currently has no name - Scottish News

Gnome thieves demand cheesecake in return for garden ornament

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GNOME thieves have demanded cheesecake from a café in return for the safe arrival of one of their beloved garden ornaments.Butternut Squash café in Portobello, Edinburgh had their gnome stolen from outside their premises...
Die hard Scotland fan Andrew Douglas | Scottish News

Die-hard Scotland fan writes rousing poem ahead of Euros

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A DIE-HARD Scotland fan has written a rousing poem for the Euros - and performed it outside Hampden.Andrew Douglas, from Glasgow’s southside, wrote “Nineteen Ninety Eight”, a heartwarming look forward to Scotland’s first major...
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