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Keep it to 'YourSelfie' and don't get snap happy

THE Corinthian Club, located in Glasgow’s Merchant City, has imposed a photography ban during the Commonwealth Games. Being dubbed ‘Keep it to Yourselfie’, the photography ..

The 'Free Sisters' – 99 shows, six venues, no fees

ANYONE looking to embrace the Edinburgh Fringe this year but are perhaps short of a few pennies should look no further than The Three Sisters  - offering 99 shows over ..

Stags and hens flock to Alea

RECORD numbers of best men and maids of honour are choosing Alea Glasgow, Scotland’s biggest gaming venue, as the perfect place to host their hen and stag parties. Paul ..

Scotland’s first Archaeology Institute established in the Highlands and Islands

THE University of the Highlands and Islands has announced the establishment of its new Archaeology Institute. Centred in the heart of the rich and diverse archaeological heritage ..

Hotel staff put best foot forward for Marie Curie

STAFF members from Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland and Holiday Inn Express Glasgow Theatreland, together with La Bonne Auberge restaurant, are polishing up their walking boots ..

Working for free is no funny business, warns comic: Fred

SCOTS funnyman, Fred MacAulay, has warned fellow comedians ahead of the start of the Edinburgh Fringe to ensure the joke is not on them when it comes to getting paid for their ..

New organisation improves local health choices

A NEW Aberdeen organisation has been created to offer improve local healthcare options by giving fast access to diagnosis and treatment. Launched by Ken Park and Andrew ..

Deveron Homes marks retirement of co-founder

THE co-founder of one of the North east’s leading property companies has retired after more than a decade at the firm. Gordon Ramsay recently stepped down from the role ..

Hawkhill House Nursing Home to celebrate young musical talent

RESIDENTS of Milltimber’s Hawkhill House Nursing Home are preparing to celebrate up-and-coming musical talent with a host of events. During a week of performances, residents, ..

Acona announces significant step forward with key client

ONE of the world’s leading well engineering consultancy firms has consolidated its relationship with a major operator in the UK and Norway, thanks to the award of significant ..

Research proves there is power in numbers to reduce electricity bills

CONSUMERS can save money on their electricity bills and negotiate better deals by joining forces with similar groups of customers to switch energy suppliers - according to new research. Collective ..

Hamilton Park Racecourse offers biggest prize for 'Best Dressed Lady' at Alea Casino Ladies' Night This Saturday

Fashion competition first place wins £1,000 cash, a £1,000 sparkling diamond necklace from Tom Coll Jewellery and a personal shopping experience at Debenhams with £400 ..

Cuckoo’s reignites nostalgic memories with the launch of their new, summer holiday range

QUIRKY Edinburgh bakery, Cuckoo’s, have yet again sparked memories of nostalgic sun-filled summers on Portobello beach with the launch of their Summer Holiday Range - which ..

At the forefront of safety for 20 years

A WORLD-leading offshore safety training firm is marking two-decades in business. Falck Safety Services (Falck), which was first launched in the UK in 1994, has established ..

X-Subsea secures five-year contract with US civil engineering company

X-SUBSEA has secured a significant excavation contract to assist a civil engineering company with the construction of a dam across the Ohio River in the US. The innovative ..

Photo call (Edinburgh): An explosion of colour and sound, the Diaspora Tapestry

Photo Call: 11:30 am Wednesday 6th August. An Explosion of Colour and Sound, the Diaspora Tapestry. St Mary’s Cathedral, Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, EH12 5AW A PHOTOCALL ..

Leading North-east law firm welcomes delegation from Mozambique

A LEADING North-east law firm played host to a delegation of high-ranking Mozambican politicians and officials during a recent visit to Aberdeen. The group met with Stronachs ..

Rural retreat offers house-hunters the best of both worlds

THE final phase of homes in a stunning development offering countryside living close to the Highland capital has been launched by Inverness-based Tulloch Homes. Just eight ..

Fife policeman hopes to have set world indoor rowing record - for charity

FIFE Chief Inspector, Ross Bennet, has raised £745 for charities close to his heart - children’s football team Cairneyhill Athletic and Epilepsy Scotland - when he and 213 teammates ..

Neil Broadfoot's debut shortlisted for Deanston Scottish Crime Book of the Year

CRIME thriller, Falling Fast, the debut novel by Neil Broadfoot, has been shortlisted for the Deanston Scottish Crime Book of the Year Award, placing him alongside some ..
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