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  • Glasgow can hold its own with Fringe

    Glasgow can hold its own with Fringe

    Monday 19th August 2019

    In a week when Edinburgh Festival Fringe was named the top experience in the UK by Lonely Planet, spare a thought for Glasgow. 

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  • Wish you were here

    Wish you were here

    Monday 12th August 2019

    Schools might be about to go back, with those jet-setting beach holidays now a distant memory for many, but loads more of us won’t have even left the country this summer.

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  • Fringe needs rooms to grow for all

    Fringe needs rooms to grow for all

    Monday 5th August 2019

    Last week marked the beginning of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where the capital is completely taken over by comedy, theatre and more, attracting visitors near and far.

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  • On a winner with our footie.....

    On a winner with our footie.....

    Monday 29th July 2019

    When considering big Scottish industries, people’s minds tend to turn to the likes of oil and gas, tourism, whisky, agriculture, and more – that’s to be expected.

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  • Eco protest didnt quite float my boat

    Eco protest didnt quite float my boat

    Monday 22nd July 2019

    Eye-catching vessels docking in Glasgow are nothing unusual – after all, the city was once the envy of the world with a fifth of all ships launched globally originating from the Clyde.

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  • Its time for us to reach for the stars.

    Its time for us to reach for the stars.

    Monday 15th July 2019

    Following a recent cinema trip to see the latest Men in Black movie, it got me thinking – what’s Scotland doing to reach for the stars?

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  • Waste wars given us a real power boost.

    Waste wars given us a real power boost.

    Monday 8th July 2019

    Food waste undoubtedly remains a massive issue for Scotland – we’re just not very good at using only what we really need.

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  • Airports hit turbulence in tax spat

    Airports hit turbulence in tax spat

    Monday 1st July 2019

    I’m all for Scotland’s regional economies taking off thanks to a bit of help from the taxman - but there has to be a level playing field.

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  • Surf thing to get excited about.

    Surf thing to get excited about.

    Monday 24th June 2019

    Quite often you’ll hear about Scottish business fortunes ‘riding the crest of a wave’ or our economy ‘turning the tide’ – but it’s rare that the literal interpretation applies.

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  • Banking on a desire for drive to thrive

    Banking on a desire for drive to thrive

    Monday 17th June 2019

    Kilmarnock is the chosen one it would seem for prosperous new businesses and the model workforce of tomorrow – or at least that’s what Jes Saley, the Chief Executive of Barclays thinks.

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