HUNDREDS of new jobs are to be created over the next five years by a global professional services firm bolstering its European operations in Scotland.
Centre believes Connacht win provides perfect platform
COMING through to Glasgow as a teenage music fan in the late 1990s was thrilling; the record shops seemingly countless. HMV, Virgin, Fopp, John Smiths on Byres Road, the impressive Tower Records by the Hielanman's Umbrella a tantalising sight – four…
Scotland manager forced to reshuffle her side
THE cheesemakers at the centre of a major investigation into last year’s E.coli outbreak that featured the death of a three-year-old girl in Dunbartonshire last night queried the methodology that blamed the infection on cheese produced by their…
THE Digital Xtra Fund has become Scotland’s first charity dedicated to supporting a range of digital skills initiatives for those under the age of 16.
ARTICLE 50 was triggered today after Theresa May's letter annoucning the beginning the UK's exit from the European Union was handed to European Council president Donald Tusk.
A MOTORWAY flyover, a windfarm, and an old swimming baths are not normally associated with dancing but they are about to be transformed into venues when Glasgow hosts its second international dance festival.
GLASGOW University’s £32 million Imaging Centre of Excellence (Ice) opens this week, bringing benefits for patients across Scotland and hundreds of new jobs.