Friday, July 23, 2021
kinross bedroom - scottish news

Over-55s the target of new “luxury” bungalows and villas

A BUNGALOW and villa development has launched its first show home aimed specifically towards people over the age of 55.Juniper Residential revealed that Muirwood Gardens in Kinross has had a 40% increase in enquiries...
keys to a house - Scottish News

New housing grants will be aimed towards rural communities

A HOUSING grant scheme specialising in rural communities has allocated its first grants for the year 2021-2022.The funding is being provided by Croft House Grants and the scheme sims to retain and attract people...
Nevis Range staff - Scottish News

Brand new accreditation awarded to Scottish mountain business

A SCOTTISH mountain range is "incredibly proud" to have been granted the status of accredited Living Wage employer.The Nevis Range Mountain Experience, near Fort William in Lochaber has announced that from July 2021 they...
Primary - Education News Scotland

First of three new education projects was spearheaded by hub South West

The initial stage of a £19.95m project to construct a community Hub and Family Learning Centre was marked on Tuesday, July 6 with a formal sod-cutting ceremony. The project, the first of three North Lanarkshire...
Miller - Scottish News

A Library has announced the appointment of the role Orkney Scriever

A ONE-year Scriever residency was created to celebrate the richness of the Orcadian dialect, acknowledging the islands as a stronghold for the Scots language.The National Library of Scotland has announced the appointment of Alison Miller in the...
Western Harbour - Property and Constructions News Scotland

A residential development is “going green” to support net zero ambitions

A HOUSING development in Edinburgh is “going green” with a new proposal to reduce the number of parking spaces on-site. As part of The Western Harbour housing development's net zero agenda, Forth Ports has submitted...
money - Scottish News

Universal Credit uplift removal described as “the worst possible decision”

A GOVERNMENT Minister has described plans to end the £20-per-week uplift to Universal Credit as “the worst possible decision, at the worst possible time".Social Security Minister Ben Macpherson has urged the UK Government to...
trumpet lessons - Education News Scotland

A music collaboration project is successful at awards

AN INNOVATIVE music collaboration project, led by a Scottish university, triumphs at the music awards in Scotland.The St Andrews Music Participation (StAMP) project lead by the University of St Andrews was crowned winner of...
strawberries - Scottish News

Scots treated to free strawberry delivery tomorrow ahead of Wimbledon

A PREMIUM berry brand has teamed up with a milk delivery company to deliver thousands of punnets of Scottish strawberries ahead of the Wimbledon finals weekend.AVA Berries and McQueens Dairies milk delivery company will deliver the...
Scotch Beef - Scottish News

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

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...
Meaban's Moo - Entertainment News Scotland

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

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...
EDGE - Business News Scotland

Competition doubles young entrepreneur support with £75,000 cash injection

THE Scottish Government has agreed to award an additional £75,000 in recognition of the number of promising high-growth businesses identified. The funding from Scottish Enterprise comes in the wake of a £1,000,000 boost from several...
job interview - Scottish News

Carbon company aims to expand team with new job vacancies

A  material manufacturer company has announced a new drive in recruitment as they look for 14 new recruits to add to its growing teamSGL Carbon is recruiting more new staff at its Muir of...
judy-murray - Scottish News

Judy Murray helps to launch new tennis resource for parents and carers

JUDY Murray will help create a resource for parents and carers that will give children and young people across Scotland the opportunity to develop tennis skills at home.Judy will be partnering with Education Scotland...
street party holding sign - Scottish News

New Scottish national day celebrates community spirit in pandemic

COMMUNITY spirit united Scottish people as they came together to celebrate the first national ‘Thank You Day’.The meaning behind the celebrations was to say thank you to all the people that get others through...
coronavirus - Health News Scotland

Coronavirus Test and Protect to prioritise high risk cases

SCOTLAND'S Test and Protect contact tracing staff are to prioritise phone calls to high risk cases to ensure the system delivers maximum benefit as Coronavirus case numbers increase.SMS text messages will now be used...
Edinburgh Royal High School- Scottish News

Former Edinburgh school appears on market seeking new proposals

A FORMER Edinburgh school has appeared on the open market and is currently accepting offers for its long lease.The City of Edinburgh Council were the ones to put the former Royal High School on...
DN01 tartan - Scottish News

A tartan made by nursing students is the first tartan to celebrate the profession

A TARTAN incorporating the colours of Scotland’s national nurse uniform has been created by nursing students and is the first of its kind to celebrate the profession. The woven cloth features shades of blue with...
cinema - Entertainment News Scotland

Film club seeks film fans aged 11-18 to join its Youth Advisory Council

A SCOTTISH film club have announced they are looking for film fans aged 11 - 18 to join their Youth Advisory Council (YAC). The Into Film Scotland's YAC has continued to thrive throughout lockdown, offering...
Edinburgh Science Festival - Entertainment News Scotland

Science Festival turns Edinburgh into a science playground this summer

A SCIENCE Festival is currently underway, presenting over 200 digital and in-person events for sci-curious minds of all ages.The Edinburgh Science Festival has the theme of One World: Science Connects Us and Cirrus Logic as...
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