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St Andrews, one of Scotland’s most popular towns, is set to host a Christmas Market with a twist this year. Reminiscent of the popular Hidden Gardens initiative, the Hidden Markets will feature stalls hidden in the ancient wynds, braes and gardens of the royal burgh and shall celebrate the very best of festive Scotland.
Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries are go!
At 10am this morning (Thursday 18th May 2017), the first member of the public stepped inside Fife’s impressive new cultural hub, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries (DCL&G), set in the heart of the town’s Heritage Quarter.
Today’s release of labour market data has shown some very good news from a Scottish perspective, with unemployment falling by 14,000 and employment growing by 5,000 in the three months to March this year. Scottish Chambers of Commerce have welcomed the figures but have warned against complacency and renewed their call for Scotland’s Governments in Edinburgh and in London to wo
The Norway model. The Swiss model. The Turkish model. A CETA (the EU-Canada trade deal) inspired Free Trade Agreement. What kind of deal can the UK strike with the EU? And can businesses prepare for one of these options – or even for the possibility of leaving the EU without a transitional or future agreement in place in 2019?
Stagecoach East Scotland is inviting budding engineers to apply for a place on this year’s apprenticeship scheme.
Pupils from schools across Scotland celebrated the completion of a ten week science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) competition at a Celebration and Assessment Day held at Fife College recently.
Stagecoach East Scotland has been recognised with a top honour at the 2017 UK Coach Awards.
Businesses in all parts of the UK, particularly rural areas, are experiencing full or partial ‘not-spots’ in their mobile coverage according to the results of a survey released today (Friday) by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
Investment in infrastructure is crucial to the success of local economies, but ask anyone who spends time on congested roads or overcrowded trains in the UK, and they’d probably argue that the delivery of infrastructure projects lags too far behind demand.