The first stage consultation on the move of Edinburgh Woollen Mill's headquarters out of Scotland, is drawing to a close.Read the full story ›
Projects created to 'reinvigorate the south of Scotland’s economy and stimulate inclusive growth', have received £7.7million funding.Read the full story ›
The University of Glasgow first opened to students on the Crichton Campus in 1999, with the first six students graduating in 2002.Read the full story ›
Decommissioning the nuclear site at Sellafield faces continued delays and an overspend of £913 million, according to an official report.Read the full story ›
House of Fraser is to close its store in Carlisle city centre, leaving 150 jobs under threat.
The company is closing 31 of its 59 stores, including its flagship store on London's Oxford Street, leaving 6,000 in total at risk.
The closures are part of a proposed Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), which requires approval from creditors who will make their decision on June 22.
The chain warns it 'does not have a viable future' unless its proposals to axe the 31 stores are accepted by creditors and landlords.
Young's Seafood itself is now on the market. The potential sale is understood not to have an affect on the possible closure of Pinneys.Read the full story ›
Scottish Parliament has been warned that the closure of Pinneys factory would be an 'economic tsunami' for Annan.Read the full story ›
Young's Seafood will consult with staff throughout the 45-day process. If the factory closes, at least 450 people could lose their jobs.Read the full story ›
Planning Permission has been granted to house the tapestry in Galashiels as part of a project to revamp the town.Read the full story ›
George Osborne is blamed for the slow start to Brexit preparations - and Universal Credit payments are described as 'Victorian'.Read the full story ›