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  MHAIRI Black has posted a pic of a T-shirt sent to her by one of her followers, which features a logo that is sure to delight her fellow supporters of the ‘Scrap ...
  The Co-operative Bank is no longer up for sale as it closes in on agreeing a rescue package with existing investors which would put it on a secure financial footing.
  TOURISM on the Isle of Skye requires a strategy over the next 30 years to cope with growing popularity, residents are claiming.
  Last weekend, I flew to Dublin with my 15-year-old son and his friend to attend CoderDojo where the boys were presenting a game they have developed – Asteroid Dodge – to...
  A green business does not have to be a luxury.
  MINISTERS are being urged to develop an “overarching strategy” to tackle the gender pay gap, with a committee of MSPs insisting that Scotland could be a “world...
  With the oil price stuck in a rut, Mark Flynn, director at Barclays in Aberdeen, takes a look at the potential direction of travel and the wider knock-on effects
  HOLYROOD is to carry out its own investigation into the safety of high-rise blocks in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy in LondonMSPs on the Local Government ...
  Royal Bank of Scotland is cutting 443 UK jobs dealing with business loans, with many roles set to be transferred to India.
  I found myself feeling a wee bit of sympathy for Prime Minister Theresa May during the course of the Royal Highland Show last week.
  IT was a record-breaking year for the Royal Highland Show as thousands of visitors flocked to enjoy a celebration of rural life.
  The largest and most powerful ship ever built for the Royal Navy is expected to leave her home port for the first time today.
  Nobody would doubt that heading up a blue-chip company is an all-consuming task.
  In all of the political shenanigans surrounding the Brexit referendum, the voice of business was strangely muted. There were a number of reasons for this.
  Bancon Group has appointed Allan Clow as managing director of its homes business.
  When former Barclays boss John Varley and three other former directors face criminal charges at Westminster magistrates court a week today, they will be the first...
  Estate agency Walker Wylie is gearing up for expansion with an office move as it marks its first year of operation.
  Levels of financial technology adoption among the general public have surged globally over the past 18 months, with the UK leading the way among developed nations, according...
  It is so easy to take our National Health ­Service for granted. My daughter who lives in Brussels recently ­suffered a broken hip and was full of praise for the quick, responsive ...
  The company set up on the Isle of Skye by the producer of the hit comedy The Inbetweeners has won a new four-year deal to continue making a Gaelic drama series ...
  Business confidence in Scotland has fallen over the last six months to become lower than that in England and Wales.
  With Scotland’s schools starting to break up for the holidays this week, the Highland show was used to issue a timely reminder to farmers and crofters – and anyone...
  Cash-strapped health chiefs paid £18,000 for a cancer specialist to work as a locum for one week.
  The Scottish Government has said it is willing to consider reforms to controversial new property taxes blamed for stagnating property sales.
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