Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a “green industrial revolution” during a cross-party rally demanding the delivery of high quality jobs in Fife’s renewables sector.
Guests donned shorts, shades and Hawaiian shirts at the V&A in Dundee last night as a colourful awards ceremony marked the end of a hugely successful Summer of Games across the City of Discovery.
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Sources close to the train building company behind plans to bring more than 1,000 jobs to Fife say the project could still happen if the controversial HS2 scheme is scrapped.
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With over 20 years’ experience in garden machinery and tools, J Mitchell in Perthshire, is the place to go for servicing, repairs and to get your new equipment.
Developing the Young Workforce, a Scottish government funded initiative, is working to help young people in Dundee and Angus see a bright future.
Workers at a Fife bottling giant have been balloted today on possible strike action.
Pharmacy workers at NHS Tayside have voted to strike after a long running dispute over pay levels.
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