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Leisure bosses relax child swim rules

LEISURE bosses have relaxed the rules on how many children one adult can take into a swimming pool. Up until recently, every child under the age of five had to be accompanied ..

Prestige Venues & Events race to display Scotland’s finest produce

HOSPITALITY specialists are to showcase Scotland’s finest and freshest produce as part of a celebration of the country’s best food and drink at Perth Racecourse. Cookery ..

Jordan impresses at GPH Builders Merchants after following in his dad’s footsteps

FOR many young people, helping their parents out at weekends is the perfect way to make some extra pocket money. For 17 year-old Jordan Henderson from Rothienorman, what ..

Hundreds take part in annual Perth 10k race on The North Inch

OVER 500 runners took part in the Keepsafe Perth 10k this Sunday, Perth’s 31st annual 10k race, on the North Inch, taking advantage of glorious weather and perfect race ..

Shepherd appoints commercial surveyor to Glasgow office

SHEPHERD Chartered Surveyors has appointed Hazel Wilson as a commercial surveyor at its busy Glasgow office. A graduate of Glasgow Caledonian University with a degree in Property ..

National triumph for local Indian restaurant

A RESTAURANT and takeaway in Hamilton - with plans to double its staff complement from 50 to 100 - has triumphed at national awards celebrating the best of Asian cuisine. At ..

Specialist engineering company provides expertise for UK’s 14th Landward Licensing Round applications

AN engineering consultancy has developed an innovative reservoir modeling system to support companies participating in the UK’s 14th Landward Licensing Round. Oilgen, ..

Commonwealth athlete Charline Joiner signs up for Macmillan Cycletta

CHARLINE JOINER, Scottish cyclist and member of Team Scotland at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, has announced that she will lead the peloton at this year’s Macmillan ..

Small wholesale bakery takes a giant leap to feed Commonwealth Games crowds

WEEKS after the Games, it can finally be revealed who baked the Italian sourdoughs, rye bloomers and Victoria sponges for the Commonwealth venues and VIPs. Behind the scenes ..

Moray lecturers honoured in student awards

TWO Moray lecturers have been honoured in the fifth annual University of the Highlands and Islands’ Student Association Awards. Gill Berkeley from Moray College UHI was named ..

Local farmer encourages the North-east to get dressed up for the occasion

AN Aberdeenshire farm has launched a competition to find the best-dressed farmer in the North-east. The Store, a family run farm in Foveran, near Ellon, is hosting its annual ..

Scottish Swimming appoints new board directors

SCOTTISH Swimming today announces the appointments of Kerry Christie and Graeme Marchbank to the sport’s board of directors. As global head of Human Resources for Aberdeen ..

Ice Queen Eve says it's cool to go curling

SCOTLAND’S 'ice queen', Eve Muirhead, reckons it’s become really cool to play curling. More and more people are heading for ice rinks up and down the country after ..

Football tournament 'kicks off' World Suicide Prevention Week 2014

THE suicide of the much-loved actor Robin Williams highlighted how suicide can affect anyone and how it is something we all need to be aware of with regards to our family, ..

BID Group promotes Paisley's 'Awesome Autumn'

THE group behind a move to make Paisley a Business Improvement District has launched a campaign to promote scores of events in the town between now and the end of the year. The ..

KSL Hair working with local hair salons/barber shops, as celebrity endorsement works wonders

SINCE January last year, KSL Hair has been coming up with ways to make the hair restoration industry more affordable to the public. "'Pay as you grow' has been really successful ..

Highland firm in surprise short-listing for national award

AN Inverness firm celebrating its 140th anniversary has been named a surprise finalist in a national awards scheme. Shortlisted for the Law Awards of Scotland 2014 - in the category, ..

North-east producers take to the Highlands for new festival

THE very best of the North-east’s brewers and drink producers are set to expand into new markets at a new craft beer festival. Up and coming businesses from across Aberdeen ..

Shepherd lets former Bank of Ireland premises in Glasgow city centre to Gourmet Burger Kitchen

SHEPHERD Chartered Surveyors has let the former Bank of Ireland premises in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre to Gourmet Burger Kitchen on confidential terms. Situated ..

Alea hosts Chinese Moon Festival celebrations

ALEA Glasgow, Scotland’s biggest gaming venue is celebrating the Chinese Moon Festival from 9pm on Monday 8th September. The special celebrations include: an exciting ..
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