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Tuesday, June 20th, 2017


Shock in Aegon tournament

Murray in first round Queen’s defeat

Andy Murray

Andy Murray suffered another humiliation to a lowly-ranked player by losing in the first round at Queen’s Club…

Property launched after £2m refit

Two Four draws blue chip interest

Gerrard Williams

Property specialists gathered for the launch of a refurbished Georgian property in Glasgow which has already attracted substantial interest..

New man arrives from Man City

Allen heads to Ibrox as director of football

Stewart Robertson

Rangers’ long search for its first director of football has concluded with the appointment of Mark Allen. The 54-year-old arrives in Glasgow with a wealth of experience having spent over seven years with Manchester City as their academy director, during which time he is credited with revolutionising the club’s youth set up. “I loved every minute of my time with Manchester City, they are a club with fantastic people and fantastic supporters but the time was right for me to look for a fresh challenge and I am joining oneRead More

New identity for employment service

Investors in People renamed Re:markable

Investors in People Scotland is rebranding as Re:markable to reflect its broader services to employers…

Plans for new venue

Seven designs unveiled for Ross Bandstand

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Seven proposals from the teams bidding to design a landmark concert arena in Edinburgh have been unveiled…

Castle Mill works conversion

Work starts on Printmakers new home

Edinburgh Printmakers has begun work on its new home

Digital plan for new centre

Halo to focus on tackling cybercrime

Marie Macklin

A new development in Ayrshire will be a focus for developing skills to tackle ..

Precursor to AAM Scottish Open

Stenson to lead Hero Challenge at Dundonald

Henrik Stenson

Open champion Henrik Stenson will be amongst the European Tour stars and celebrity guests competing in the Hero Challenge at Dundonald Links as the North Ayrshire course prepares to host the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open next month. The Swede will join reigning Hero Challenge champion Alex Levy and six other golfing stars on Tuesday, 11 July for the exciting one-hole knockout contest, with the tournament getting underway 48 hours later. Television host Vernon Kay will present the action as eight players take part in seven quick-fire head-to-head straight knockout matchesRead More

Bank lifts headcount to 4,500

HSBC expands in Scotland with 500 more jobs

Alison McGregor HSBC

HSBC is creating a further 500 jobs in Scotland, its third expansion north of the border in three years..

Aims to tackle awareness

Weir struck by Motor Neurone Disease

Doddie Weir

Scotland rugby legend Doddie Weir is to set up a foundation to help aid research into Motor Neurone Disease after revealing he is suffering from the crippling condition. The 61-times capped international has announced his diagnosis to raise awareness of the disease for Global MND Awareness Day. “Over the past few months a number of friends and family have raised concerns surrounding my health,” said the 46-year-old father-of-three. “I think then, that on this day set to help raise awareness of the condition, I should confirm that I, too, haveRead More