Colleges throughout Scotland have a clear and focused role in delivering the skilled workforce required for a modern economy, and apprenticeships are an important part of that.
With major focuses on renewables, technology, manufacturing, food and drink as well as the exciting projects such as Gateway Rosyth – an international port with exceptional facilities – Fife is an ideal setting for businesses to prosper.
In August, Eastern Western Motor Group were delighted to acquire the business which previously traded as Specialist Cars Nissan Dundee.
Companies enrolled for Graduate Apprenticeships are urging others in Courier country not to miss the July 31 deadline to apply.
Business leaders in Tayside and Fife have warned a multi-million pound rates levy on large companies is stifling growth.
A leading supplier to the Scottish poultry industry has expanded its premises in Forfar as it continues its rapid growth.
Bird protection charity RSPB Scotland has left the Scottish renewables sector in a flap after instructing new legal proceedings to block three major wind farms off the coast of Angus and Fife.
Administrators have been given another year to wrap up the affairs of a major Dundee engineering firm that suddenly collapsed with multi-million-pound debts last year.
Fife-based craft distiller and brewer Eden Mill has landed a new £1.1 million supply contract with discount grocer Aldi.
Ambitious petrochemicals giant INEOS has increased its presence in the oil and gas sector with a $1 billion North Sea asset swoop.