Scottish Businesses Urged to Go Back to Basics in Face of Declining Confidence and...

This week saw the publication of both the ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor (BCM): Scotland for Q42020, and the Royal Bank of Scotland UK Small Business PMI for October ‘20. Both make for some hard...

Letters of kindness bring joy to Milngavie residents

Primary school pupils at The Glasgow Academy are inspiring hope and kindness within the Milngavie community through their Little Notes of Kindness campaign. As part of the initiative which launched in October, our Prep 1...

Family haulage firm to stay and expand local transport office after securing £250K loan...

H&R Gray Haulage to create a modern drive through delivery centre to meet delivery demand through the COVID pandemic. The company was started in 1990 by Robin Gray. The Company began as a farming enterprise...

Army Plant Operator Transition back to Civilian Life

Sapper Perry Kingsnorth joined the Army as a Royal Engineer in 2015 and specialised as a Plant Operator. He has primarily been based at Kinloss Barracks near Elgin with 39 Engineer Regiment. Throughout this...

Teesport welcomes new Containerships route between the UK and the Baltics

Teesport, the fifth largest port in the UK, has welcomed the first arrival of a new Containerships service, the BALT VI, from Eastern Europe. The service from Klaipeda, Lithuania, launched in October and provides additional...

The Reputation People Welcomed as the Official UK Affiliate of the 3AW Global Agency...

Edinburgh-based public relations and communications agency, The Reputation People, has joined 3AW’s global network of members. With a key message of ‘brands beyond borders’, 3AW has a global network of independent communication agencies that can...

Glasgow school commemorates fallen former pupils with 100 poppies

The Glasgow Academy marks 100 years of its War Memorial Trust One hundred poppies have been planted in the gardens of The Glasgow Academy to mark the centenary of the school being set up...

Glasgow Science Centre launches countdown to COP26

Glasgow Science Centre wants people across Scotland to sign up to its Our World, Our Impact programme. Launching today, Our World, Our Impact focuses on the big and little things everyone can do to help...

Teesport welcomes new container service from Bilbao

Teesport, owned and operated by PD Ports, is preparing to welcome a new container service as part of a weekly route from Bilbao, Spain. Operated by specialist Iberian shortsea container line W.E.C Lines in conjunction...

PD Ports to support Government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda for the North.

PD Ports has welcomed the Government’s announcement to invest £160million in ports and factories across the UK to manufacture the next generation of turbines, specifically pinpointing Teesside as one area that will benefit from...