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Kirkcudbright Viking treasure bid could need £1m

A public appeal could be launched to help raise up to £1m to bring one of Scotland's most important hoards of Viking treasure to Kirkcudbright. Dumfries and Galloway Council is looking at the possibility of acquiring the collection for permanent display. It would be part of the proposed development of...

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Scotland’s shops need helping hand in Budget

SCOTLAND’S shops could do with a helping hand in the Budget, writes David Lonsdale Scotland’s retail industry is dynamic and diverse. It accounts for 257,000 jobs, 14 per cent of total commercial investment and provides routes to market elsewhere in the UK and overseas for domestic producers.

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We just love this part of Scotland — concert chiefs promise more music Madness in Montrose

Top music acts like Madness and Status Quo will be appearing in Montrose for years to come.  That is the vow being made by LCC Live director Les Kidger in the wake of Sunday’s party on the East Links. Ska legends Madness turned the famous dunes in to the House...

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Rescuing town centres in the light of changing retail trends

Given it was the hottest July day ever in the UK, it was some relief for the audience at the latest National Retail Planning Forum (NRPF) seminar to be indoors in air-conditioned luxury at Carter Jonas, just off teeming and steaming Oxford Street. There was a high price to pay however for...

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Shona Robison MSP Connecting with Broughty Ferry

Shona Robison MSP to Open Broughty Ferry’s Gala Fete as part of the ‘Connecting MSPs with Scotland's Towns’ Initiative Local MSP embraces the opportunity to spend time in the heart of her community on its busiest, buzziest day.

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Latest News from Scottish Tourism Alliance

All the latest news in STA's Evening Round Up. Including the Tourism Cross Party Group, launch of new business support helpline and Scottish Tourism Week 2015!

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Deadline Extended: GB High Street Awards

Great British High Street Awards extended until 1st September 2015 in light of a fantastic new prize from Google.  Internet giant Google join the hunt for Britain’s best high streets.  

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Small Business Saturday applications now open

Small Biz 100 applications are now openApplications for our Small Biz 100 opened on 1st June. We have already heard from many passionate small businesses who are taking advantage of this free opportunity to be at the forefront of the 2015 campaign and gain valuable exposure.

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Glasgow city council opens public consultation on city resilience

Glasgow City Council is launching a conversation with Glaswegians to help develop a long-term plan to allow the city to recover from major catastrophes and the chronic stresses faced by a 21st century urban area. It is hoped the draft document - Our Resilient Glasgow Conversation - will help the...

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Latest News from BIG Lottery Fund

Latest news from BIG Lottery Fund Scotland including 5 year of Investing in Communities programme and Funding Plans for 2015 - 2020. 

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