“Anyone who makes the shortlist really deserves to be there.”
A potential £10 billion of offshore renewables development off the Tay and Fife coast has been unlocked after a court ruling.
Kingdom Housing Association first started 40 years ago with a mission to provide ‘more than a home’ to local communities.
As many as 70 workers face redundancy at Glenrothes manufacturing firm FTV Proclad International, The Courier understands.
More than 78% of UK spending is now done using plastic, the UK Cards Association has announced. So is cash dead?
It was the kind of bold statement about the death of cash you might expect to hear from a man trying to promote an alternative method of payment.
Historic Fife paper maker Tullis Russell has collapsed into administration with the immediate loss of 325 jobs.
Work at Scotland’s only prospective commercial gold mine, near Tyndrum, has been put on hold because of a recent dip in the price of the precious metal.
A different type of hawk is buzzing around the skies above the Sidlaws.