Angered Scots launch campaign to keep Saltires on food packaging

An online campaign rallying against the Union Flag replacing the saltire on Scottish produce has been launched.

The redevelopment of the former iconic Glasgow hospital site has caused some concerns amongst local community councils

Forum calls for rethink

A campaign group who are critical of the redevelopment of the former Victoria Infirmary are calling for a planning application to be put on hold.


BrightHouse to pay £14.8m in redress to customers

A rent-to-own company which has stores across Scotland has committed to pay around £15m to 249,000 customers following discussions with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Could your business support the British Heart Foundation?

The British Heart Foundation appeals for Glasgow businesses to join the fight against heart disease

Companies across Glasgow are being encouraged to help beat heart disease in their local area by joining forces with the British Heart Foundation (BHF) - Europe’s largest funder of heart and circulatory research.

Could you become a seasonal worker for M&S this festive season?

M&S Searches for 100 Seasonal “Moment Makers” in Glasgow

M&S is recruiting 100 additional colleagues for the forthcoming Christmas season in their Glasgow stores.

It was a case of 'back to the floor' last week for The Avenue's Michelle McCabe

It’s all change at The Avenue!

The Avenue Shopping Centre in Newton Mearns supported National Customer Service Week last week.

Bonnyton House has failed to sell again.

So, what next for Bonnyton?

The debacle that has become Bonnyton House Care Home rumbles on unabated as yet another closing date passes without a buyer.

Nightingale Pavilions artists impression

Sanctuary submits plans for former hospital site

Sanctuary Homes has submitted its masterplan, planning application and listed building application to redevelop the former site of Glasgow’s Victoria Infirmary.


Marketing teams wanted for £250k media prize

Marketing professionals from across the UK are invited to ‘shoot it out’ for a £250,000 media prize by showcasing their creativity with a one minute video.

Marco outside the Battlefield Rest

Rates ‘madness’ could close restaurant

A top south side restaurateur has been left reeling by a council rates assessment which could leave him facing a monster bill of £33,210.

Is the sun setting on North Sea Oil? Pic: Shutterstock

UK oil and gas reserves may only last a decade

The Scottish oil industry could be entering its final decade of production - researchers have warned.

Power station workers across Scotland are threatening strike action over pay.

Power workers threaten strike action over “derisory” offer

Workers at power stations across the country are threatening to go on strike after what has been described as a “derisory pay offer” by Scottish Power.

Specsavers new Newton Mearns store. Pic: Martin Shields

Optician opens new store

A new opticians has opened its doors in Newton Mearns, providing ten new job opportunities and representing a £250,000 investment in the area.

Housing minister Kevin Stewart

Increased support for Govanhill tenants

Additional powers have been given to Glasgow City Council to tackle problems in the private rented sector in Govanhill.

Charity's bold initiative may be the key to homelessness.  Pic by John Devlin.

New flats bought for homeless project

A Glasgow charity is taking radical steps to address the growing problem of homelessness in the city by purchasing homes to get people off the streets.

BrewDog was one of the first companies in Scotland to achieve Living Wage accreditation.

Positive support for Living Wage from Scottish public and employers

The Living Wage has won overwhelming support from Scots who regard it as both a boost to a company’s status and helping to make products and services more attractive.

The Shieldhall Tunnel works will require to have a venting stack located in Queens Park.

Scottish Water under fire over sewer vent

Concerns have been raised over a planning application lodged with Glasgow City Council by Scottish Water.

Paul Masterton at the Enchanted Forest nursery in Thornliebank

Increases are said to be untenable

An increase in business rates across East Renfrewshire may lead to some nurseries having to increase prices or risk closing their doors.

There's a new wonder on the horizon. Picture: Greg Macvean

Queensferry Crossing opens to traffic

Move over Burj-Al-Arab, the Golden Gate Bridge and CN Tower – there’s a new man-made head-turner on the scene.

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