Saturday, January 16, 2021
Miniature Christmas tree created by Janet McCallum. Scottish News

Pensioner sleighs festive fundraising for hospice despite crippling Arthritis

A PENSIONER suffering from Arthritis has raised £160 for a local hospice and spread festive cheer by making and selling miniature Christmas trees.Janet McCallum...
Image by Eilidh Munro of Blacksmith at work at Cousland Smiddy. Scottish Business News

Scottish rural projects set to lose out on £1.28 billion EU funding programme post-Brexit

BUSINESSES and projects in rural Scotland are set to miss out on part of a £1.283 billion funding programme next April following the UK’s...
Murrin (Junior section) posting her card to Belhaven Care Home. Scottish News

Youngsters send festive cheer to shielding elderly residents

A Girls’ Brigade company have been spreading Christmas cheer to residents in a local care development by sending bespoke Christmas cards.The 1st Troon Girls’...
Carpenter working on VW campervan conversion. Scottish Business News

East Lothian campervan company becomes first automotive business to secure Fair Tax Mark

North Berwick-based Jerba Campervans has today secured its first Fair Tax Mark certification, and joins the growing movement of responsible businesses who are proud...

New community spirit blooms thanks innovative fund

Residents in a Paisley high rise are being given a major well-being boost thanks to a donation of £10,000 from an innovative community benefit...
Man slides downhill in front of date - Viral News Scotland

Hilarious moment man on first date goes sliding down muddy hill

HILARIOUS video shows the moment a 'hapless romantic' is sent sliding down a hill during a stroll on a first date.Kieran Essen, from Edinburgh,...

Highland Dancers Receive Musical Shock in BBC Surprise

TWO YOUNG highland dancers were left amazed after the lead singer of their favourite band surprised them during a performance at an Argyll and...
Professor David Gally - Scottish News

Food Standards Scotland appoints new Chief Scientific Advisor

FOOD Standards Scotland has appointed new Chief Scientific Advisor, Professor David Gally.Mr Gally a microbiologist is currently Personal Chair in Microbial Genetics at The...
Edinburgh aiport new business manager

Edinburgh airport hire dedicated cargo manager to prepare for recovery from Covid-19 as it...

EDINBURGH AIRPORT has appointed a dedicated air cargo manager as it prepares for its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic placing a greater focus on...

Drugs most commonly used to treat high blood pressure does not increase the risks...

SCIENTISTS have said that drugs most commonly used to treat high blood pressure does  not increase the risks of COVID-19 for patients.The research co...
Little girl sells reindeer dust to help feed the homeless - Scottish News

“What an absolute wee star” – Youngster goes viral after selling reindeer dust to...

HEARTWARMING images have emerged online showing a little girl spreading the Christmas spirit by selling reindeer dust to raise money for homeless people.Orlaith Russell,...
Scots Dad to participate in worlds hardest rowing race for daughters charity - Scottish News

Scots dad set to face one of “the world’s toughest rowing races” to raise...

A DOTING Scots dad is set to face one of “the world's toughest rowing races” to raise money for research into his daughter's rare,...
An image of a class room with learning resources - Scottish News

Local authorities to pilot extra funded childcare from 2021.

FAMILIES in five Scottish local authorities who choose to defer entry to primary one for their child next year will automatically receive an extra...
CISP Annoucement (L-R David Whiteford, June Love) - Business News Scotland

Funding scheme launched to support businesses in the North Highlands

A SUPPORT fund has been launched to help develop sustainable infrastructure in the North Highlands.Grants of up to £1,000 will be offered to communities...
Cataline flies over Loch Ness - Scottish News

Seaplane that was stranded on Loch Ness earlier this year flies again

A SEAPLANE that was stranded in Loch Ness after an engine failure has now made a full comeback as it flies again.PBY Catalina seaplane,...
SCOTCAP camera being used - Health News Scotland

New camera technology launched could improve bowel cancer treatment

GROUNDBREAKING technology has launched at a hospital in Glasgow that will help detect bowel cancer.The new technology, a tiny pill containing two cameras, is...
Student accommodation on London Road - Business News Scotland

Green light for student-led residential development on London Road, Edinburgh

NEW student accommodation planning permission has been approved by City of Edinburgh Council.The plans were approved yesterday proposing to put the new housing for...

“Two of a kind” duplex hits the market at UK’s top luxury development

A DREAM three-bedroom apartment that features a one and a half height living room with stunning triple aspect views has hit the market for...
A whisky distillery - Food and Drink News Scotland

Whisky industry and biotech innovators collaborate to find new sustainable solutions

A NEW project looking at how to extract maximum value from whisky by products will launch this week.The Whisky Project looks at how to...
Craig Mills NC500 - Scottish News

Highland businesses praise the NC500 for pandemic support

HIGHLAND businesses have recently praised the NC500 for the support it brought during the pandemic.The new survey revealed that tourism businesses claim to feel...
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