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Monday, January 8th, 2018


Astrosat deal with DroneSAR

Partnership for location tracking companies

Steve Lee

Astrosat, the space mapping company, has formed a partnership with an Irish start-up

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Paragon hires Philip for Edinburgh office

David Phllip

Building and project consultancy Paragon has opened an office in Edinburgh

Brexit seminar

Join the debate on how to get Brexit-ready

EU Brexit

Business leaders are being invited to take part in a key seminar in Edinburgh this month to help them prepare for the impact of the Brexit changes.

PM's reshuffle nightmare

May’s power ploy thwarted as ministers resist moves

Theresa May’s attempt at galvanising her top team was thrown off course after Education Secretary Justine Greening quit and Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt refused to take on a new role.

Surgery in Melbourne

Murray begins recovery after hip operation

Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has insisted his career is not over after undergoing surgery in Australia on his problematic hip.

Plans for build to rent project

£100m plan to turn police HQ into housing scheme

Moda Glasgow

The former Strathclyde Police headquarters in Glasgow will be transformed into a housing scheme under plans submitted by build-to-rent specialist Moda.

Mansion back on the market

Birkwood Estates calls in administrator

Birkwood Castle before 1905

Birkwood Castle, a ruined mansion in Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, is on the market after Johnston Carmichael was appointed administrator for Birkwood Estates.

Significant move for business

£28m investment will ‘transform’ airports

Regional airport operator, Highlands and Islands Airports is set to “future proof” its operations with a £28 million investment over the next 10 to 15 years.

Milestone for Auchrannie

Island hotel becomes first employee-owned resort

Auchrannie management team

A holiday venue on the Isle of Arran has become the first hotel and leisure resort in Scotland to opt for employee-ownership.

Engineer to axe 120 posts

Doosan Babcock attacks ‘misleading’ job claims

Doosan Babcock worker

Doosan Babcock has issued a statement stating that reports last week that 350 jobs were to be axed in Scotland were “misleading”, while announcing that 120 jobs will be lost across the UK.