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Manpower: How Brexit and Trump added new urgency to a play about masculinity  A LOT has happened since Two Destination Language first toured an early version of Manpower in 2015. It was the day the result of the Brexit...
Glasgow grocer secures landmark funding deal from Social Investment Scotland  GLASGOW-based grocery supplier Locavore has secured £20,000 loan funding from Social Investment Scotland as it eyes expansion.
Rathbones hails benefits of £104m takeover of Glasgow's Speirs & Jeffrey  INVESTMENT manager Rathbone Brothers has highlighted the benefits of the recent £104 million acquisition of Glasgow-based Speirs & Jeffrey amid...
Highland malt hails success across the Atlantic  TOMATIN has declared it was the fastest-growing of the top 10 single malt whiskies in the key US market last year.
Growth fund shows faith in Aberdeen with new hire  GROWTH capital firm BGF has signalled it thinks the corporate economy is on the up in North East Scotland by increasing the size of its investment team in Aberdeen.
Brian Beacom: Why it's so hard to pull a Scotland jersey over the head.  WHAT has happened to me? On my desk yesterday was an intriguing package. From the States. (Almost £40 in postage). Inside was a football shirt. An Adidas...
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Barratt shrugs off Brexit fears and declares strong buyer demand  Housebuilder Barratt Developments moved to shrug off mounting signs of Brexit fears in the property market as it declared conditions remained solid with strong...
Flybe shares sink nearly 40% after profit warning  Shares in Flybe plunged nearly 40 per cent in morning trading after the airline issued a profit warning citing “increasingly adverse fuel and currency impacts” as it went on to ...
Demand for Brexit certainty as confidence plunges in Scots manfacturing  SCOTTISH manufacturers have underlined their concern for the future in a key survey which reveals optimism in the sector has fallen into negative...
Sturgeon facing Holyrood grilling next week  NICOLA Sturgeon is to be grilled at length on her government’s plans for the coming year when Holyrood resumes next week.
Alison Rowat: Mother of parliaments turns back on bullied  HERE is a game, one for older members of the family only. It is called name that place. Players hear a description of events that occur in a certain location and all...
Letter reveals the struggles of Scots who ignored the call to war  THE struggle of Scotland’s conscientious objectors who refused the call to arms in the First World War has been revealed by a letter from an Ayrshire father to...
Universal Credit blamed for sharp rise in Scots falling behind on rent  A CONSUMER watchdog has issued a stark warning over Universal Credit as it emerged UK ministers face a £1.5 billion benefits bill after underpaying tens of ...
Review: Bruce film puts Braveheart myth to the sword  A major new movie directed by acclaimed Scots director David Mackenzie takes a fresh look at the life of Robert the Bruce. JAMES MOTTRAM delivers his verdict following last...
Scots-educated doctor linked to alleged murder of journalist  A doctor educated in Scotland has been named as part of an alleged Saudi hit squad suspected of killing and dismembering a dissident journalist.
Last chance saloon as Scots fight for European Tour cards  In the last chance saloon, it is time to throw a double six. The scramble to cling on to a place on the European Tour at this week’s Valderrama Masters will be like a...
Greig Hutcheon and Paul O'Hara share Scottish PGA lead  If Greig Hutcheon produces any more eagles on the 18th green of the King’s course this week, he will probably attract the attention of the RSPB.
Celtic captain Scott Brown will draw on experience of Neil Lennon as Brendan Rodgers as he looks to coaching future  There was a brief pause as Celtic captain Scott Brown pondered the question; how would Brown the manager deal...
Old pals' act can help Partick Thistle back to the top, says Brian Kerr  IT was a friendship formed over 20 years ago as they made their fledgling steps as professional footballers together, and Partick Thistle will be hoping...
Robert Pires urges Scotland to follow French model for success in youth development  THE last time Scotland qualified for a major tournament, Robert Pires ended up lifting the trophy. The French class of ’98 not only contained...
Former Arsenal star Robert Pires almost joined Rangers' French revolution  FORMER Arsenal superstar Robert Pires has revealed that he almost joined Rangers after being shown the door by the English giants.
Barcelona 5 Glasgow City 0: Leanne Ross says young side can hold heads high despite heavy defeat  GLASGOW City captain Leanne Ross said a Glasgow City side which started the game with one 16-year-old and finished it with two...
Equality laws 'may need to be changed to exempt church from gender shake-up'  EQUALITY laws may need to be changed to grant the Catholic Church and other religious institutions an exemption from new rules allowing people to...
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