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Monday, August 28th, 2017

 

New record attendance

Edinburgh Fringe visitors up 1m in ten years

Reidiculous

Edinburgh Fringe audiences have grown by a million in ten years to hit a new record…


As I See It

Edinburgh: a transport shambles in the making

Terry smiling

Over-budgeted trams, ludicrous 20mph speed limits, half-baked cycling policies….now the latest data on Edinburgh’s under-used Gateway station… why is the city so bad at transport policy?


Dug out return after 5 years

Craig Levein appointed new manager of Hearts

Craig Levein

Craig Levein: Tynecastle director of football is back in the dug out for the first time in five years as manager of Hearts (pic: SNS Group). Hearts have named Craig Levein as their new manager, the Tynecastle director of football returning to the dug out after an absence of five years. The 52-year-old’s appointment on a three-year contract brings an end to a month-long search to find a successor to Ian Cathro, who was sacked just days before the start of the Jambos’ league campaign. Former players Steven Pressley andRead More


Record turnover fuels growth

College hotel unveils £8.5m expansion

Scott Mitchell

A Edinburgh hotel that re-invests its profits into advancing surgical standards is spending £8.5m on a 52 room expansion…


JV helps documentation

App creates sea-change for mariners

A joint venture between a Scottish marine recruitment company and a Singapore-based software business aims to..


Former CEO moves to science park

Moller to lead investment at BioQuarter

Hans Moller

Edinburgh BioQuarter has appointed a former chief executive of Scandinavia’s largest science park, as its first director.


Wind farm to boost GDP

Study reveals impact of Neart na Gaoithe

Andy Kinsella

A proposed wind farm in the Forth Estuary will generate the equivalent of 0.6% of Scotland’s gross domestic product ..


Architects combine

Mosaic and Burnet Bell unveil merger

Mosaic

Two Glasgow architecture practices have joined forces, bringing together one of the city’s oldest firms with one of its newest.


Chambers unite to urge speedy deal

German companies switch investment from UK

Liz Cameron

German companies are switching investment away from the UK in anticipation of costly Brexit trade barriers…


Company takes minority holding

FTSE firm Croda backs skin care start-up Cutitronics

David Heath

Scottish skin care start-up Cutitronics has received a significant investment from FTSE 100 company Croda International.