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Thursday, January 25th, 2018


Consultation under way

Staff face axe at fire-ravaged Cameron House

Cameron House

More than 150 staff at the fire-gutted Cameron House hotel are likely to be laid off..

US president to visit UK

Trump predicts ‘tremendous increase’ in US-UK trade

Donald Trump

President Donald Trump is forecasting a “tremendous increase” in trade with the UK and will visit later this year.

Weak dollar spurs Brent crude

Oil hits $71 a barrel for first time since 2014

Brent Oil field

Brent crude oil has hit $71 a barrel today for the first time since 2014 as the US dollar weakens and and OPEC curbs supplies.

Company wanted to 'innovate'

Diageo’s secret move to change whisky rules

Johnnie Walker Christina

Whisky purists and the world’s biggest producer are at loggerheads after proposals emerged to change the distilling process.

Bridge of Allan base for new hire

Houghton to head planning at DM Hall

Paul Houghton

A chartered town planner, has been appointed director and head of planning at DM Hall.

Disruption easing on network

Rail services resume after landslip repair

ScotRail rubble

Update 10pm: ScotRail resumed running services after engineers repaired damage

Technology used in module

Scots chip passes Korean firm’s flame test

Pyreos Trueyes module

A Scottish company’s unique sensor technology is being used in a fire detection device developed by a South Korean company.

Big move for consultancy

Harlequin Group invests in Livingston base

David Orr and Russell Frith

The Harlequin Group, a technical consultancy based in Livingston, has acquired its premises

Manage your waste

Waste production a ‘growing issue’

waste management

Waste management is becoming an issue across a number of sectors and companies have a legal duty of care.

Sector defies fall in investment

Record growth for renewable energy

While our movement towards greener and more sustainable practices has signalled the end for some industries, it has been the driving force for others.