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Barrhead bars could be best bar none

BARRHEAD'S local authority in partnership with Police Scotland, Fire and Rescue Scotland and the Scottish Business Resilience Centre are reminding local licensees to submit their applications for the 2015-16 Best Bar None awards before the end of the month.

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£1.7 million for town centre communities

Alex Neil announces fund to help communities regenerate town centres across Scotland. Social Justice Secretary Alex Neil has announced £1.7 million of funding to help revitalise and regenerate town centres across Scotland.

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New chapter for AirBnB

It's the perfect holiday for literature lovers - running a bookshop in Scotland. Guests pay £150 to work a 40-hour week at The Open Book store, while staying in the flat above the shop in Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway. The unusual holiday retreat has just been listed on lodging website...

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I would drive 500 miles: Scotland’s new North Coast 500 route

The term “road trip” has the roar of a Chevrolet, the lure of never-ending Californian freeways, and nuances of the wild freedom of Beat writer Jack Kerouac. But here we were in the Highlands, about to embark on the recently launched North Coast 500, a new coastal route billed as...

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Falkirk’s town centres are ‘ahead of the curve’ for economic growth

An MSP who took a walkabout and a bus tour of Falkirk district says the area is “ahead of the curve” for future economic growth.

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Ayrshire Councils come together to support regional growth bid

A thriving and competitive Ayrshire economy where people, communities and businesses prosper and succeed is the focus of a funding bid that is being proposed by the three local Councils in East, North and South Ayrshire. Over the next two weeks, Councillors in the three areas will be asked to...

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See the future of Motherwell town centre

Ideas put forward during a consultation on improving Motherwell town centre will be outlined at a public event tonight (Thursday). The event will also outline how North Lanarkshire Council and its partners intend to implement the ideas over the coming years.

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Project Director (Paisley UK City of Culture)

Renfrewshire Council are embarking on the most ambitious economic and cultural regeneration programme Renfrewshire has seen for generations. With a focus on tackling poverty, raising attainment and creating dynamic communities where all our citizens and business can thrive, Renfrewshire provides the ideal working environment for talented and ambitious professionals who want to make a difference. As a mark of Renfrewshire's ambition, the Council want Paisley, the home of the Paisley Pattern and a town rich in culture, heritage, history and learning, to be the UK City of Culture in 2021. Renfrewshire Council are looking for an equally ambitious Project Director with the skills and experience to lead, manage and champion a winning bid which will deliver maximum social value and economic benefit for Paisley and Renfrewshire.

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SBRC Summer Newsletter

Scottish Business Resilience Centre's Summer Newsletter including words from Phil Prentice, STP Chief Officer on the changing face of towns (page 19).

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Teen Market - Glenrothes

The Teenage Market is coming to the Kingdom Centre Glenrothes on 3rd October 2015 and is giving young traders and performers a chance to showcase their creative products and talents for free. It will be the first time that a Teenage Market has been held in Scotland and is a...

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