Oberlanders, the Edinburgh-based architecture practice, celebrated its 35th anniversary at a reception for more than 120 clients and other guests.
Michelin pay back There were some indignant noises at the weekend over the amount of public money that has been pumped into the Michelin tyre plant in Dundee over the years. Quite right. The company has received up to £8 million in state handouts to pay for a variety of improvements at the seemingly doomed […]
Panmure House in Edinburgh’s Canongate, once a home to the economist Adam Smith, has been formally opened as an academic centre and a celebration of the Scottish Enlightenment for hosting debates, talks and events.
Social enterprise Social Investment Scotland held an event at the parliament to celebrate its achievements and mark the change of chairman. After six years in the role Nick Kuenssberg is handing over to former banker Ken Barclay at the end of the year. Labour MSP Jackie Baillie, one of the organisation’s co-founders, and John Swinney, […]
Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable was making headlines this weekend after warning that a Brexit no deal could mean the pubs “running dry” of some of our favourite tipples, including Guinness and Bailey’s.