Saturday, June 19, 2021
RGU has been named as Scotland's top university - Scottish News

Robert Gordon University named as Scotland’s top institution

AN ABERDEEN university has been named as Scotland’s top modern university in the Complete University Guide 2022.Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been awarded with the achievement for the second year in a row.The 2022...
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Chris Hoy supports new campaign for mental health

OLYMPIC legend Sir Chris Hoy is supporting a new campaign encouraging people to take up physical activity and sport to help them feel their personal best.The campaign is from SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental...
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Student inspired by friend designs bodysuit to support insulin pump users

A PRODUCT design student has created a bodysuit that aims to make it easier for women affected by type 1 diabetes to wear an insulin pump with any type of clothing.Final year student at...
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Scotland second most attractive location for inward investment in the UK

SCOTLAND'S Attractiveness Survey 2021 that confirmed Scotland was yet again the most attractive location for inward investment in the UK outside of London.Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Scotland secured 6% more Foreign Direct Investment...
SECC, Glasgow - Business News Scotland

Australian start up decides to locate headquarters in Glasgow

AN INTERNATIONAL start-up firm that utilises artificial intelligence technology to support its customers in their journey to financial freedom has announced plans to locate its headquarters in Glasgow.Approximately 45 new software developer and technical...

Care residents kept in the loop with digital care portal system

CARE HOME residents have been able to instantly share important information about their health and wellbeing with loved ones throughout the pandemic, thanks to a bespoke digital care system.When Cramond Residence closed its doors...

Hotel gives back to hospitality industry with ‘Scotcation’ twist

A CHARITABLE hotel is inviting individuals across the UK to 'Scotcation' in Edinburgh with a new package which will see 10% of income going directly towards its staff and another 10% to a Scottish...

National mission to eradicate poverty gets underway

A NATIONAL mission aiming to eradicate poverty and build a fairer, more equal Scotland will be announced today.Social Justice Secretary Shona Robison will urge political parties to work together in Scotland to effect change.Ms...
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New law set to crack down on puppy smuggling

NEW legislation has been passed to crackdown on illegal puppy smuggling and ban the import of dogs with cropped ears.This has been hailed by the British Veterinary Association (BVA) who welcome the movement. The measures...
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SFRS announce public consultation on 10 year vision

THE Scottish Fire and Rescue Service are asking the people of Scotland for their views on their future direction and how to make the country an even safer place to live, work and visit.Chief Officer Martin Blunden today launched a...
Charity launch Scotland's Memory Walk to raise funds to support people with dementia - Scottish News

Charity launch a sponsored walk to raise funds for dementia

ALZHEIMER Scotland has launched Scotland’s Memory Walk 2020 this week to encourage people to raise funds to support those with dementia.The event will go ahead on September 19 to 18, those who take part...
Energy transition - Research News Scotland

Signing of memorandum starts effort to tackle energy and education issues

A SCOTTISH university has joined forces with a global consulting and engineering company to tackle key challenges facing the transitioning energy sector through a mix of research, skills development, academic/industry discourse, and new initiatives.Aberdeen based Robert Gordon University (RGU) and...
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New local gin “on the horizon” at popular restaurant and bar.

As it welcomes back locals and holidaymakers, a restaurant & waterfront bar, within Pettycur Bay Holiday Park, is celebrating a new tie-up with a Fife-based drinks company. Horizons, which holds a VisitScotland Taste Our Best...

Campervan Converter Founder to Speak at Holyrood Fair Tax Briefing

AN ETHICALLY minded campervan firm will present at an online Scottish Parliament briefing on fair tax to highlight the issue of corporate avoidance.Simon Poole of North Berwick-based Jerba Campervans, will join Fair Tax Mark...

Glasgow volunteers signpost the way to better health

A DIVERSE group of volunteers have significantly upgraded a local woodland in Glasgow thanks to a grant from Scotland’s national walking charity.Cassiltoun Housing Association was awarded a Paths for All Community Active Travel Grant...
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Simple blood test could detect life-threatening aortic tears

A SIMPLE blood test developed by researchers from a Scottish university could help doctors spot deadly damage to the body’s largest blood vessel.The University of Dundee has developed a blood test that can detect...
Billy Sinclair Bunnahabhain - Scottish News

Budding explorers invited to join Islay adventure

Explorers are invited to set off on an adventure around the island of Islay from the comfort of their homes.Billy Sinclair, Bunnahabhain’s visitor centre manager will be exploring the inner Hebridean island and meeting some...
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Company offers an experience with an Olympic athlete for a homeless charity

AN EVENTS company are offering the chance to win an Olympic experience with Sir Chris Hoy to raise funds for a homeless charity.They have brought us an evening with George Clooney, lunch with Leonardo...

New takeaway service to give food delivery company a run for its money.

OVER 100 independent restaurant owners, fed up with paying high commission rates to delivery services, have registered with a new takeaway platform. Secret Takeaways is meant to drive business directly to their door and form...
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Worryingly low levels of psychological safety for many businesses

PRIOR to COVID-19, many boards and executive committees failed to engage in uncomfortable conversations in the workplace.A report by the Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland and the Centre for Synchronous Leadership indicates that...
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