At this time of year, there’s a lot happening and a lot more to spend money on. But instead of buying lots of presents that will be put aside by new year, why not give to a worthy cause?
People are talking, their social media following is growing and the doors will soon be open. Local chefs Lewis Donegan and Adam Newth have teamed up and are bringing to the heart of an evolving Dundee, the first of its kind facility for the area, The Dundee Cooking Academy.
How Royal Bank of Scotland is embracing creativity and technology to build a safe and secure future for customers.
Scottish institution working hard to bring balance to banking.
Becoming a mum was always a dream of Pauline Campbell’s, so when she gave birth to baby Ruby that dream came true. But her brave little daughter had health complications, meaning she needed round-the-clock care. Pauline, from Edinburgh, felt alone – but one charity that has helped her family ever since is Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS). Here, Pauline shares her touching story as she backs CHAS’ Urgent Christmas Appeal 2018...
Our country’s power usage is changing. Thanks to smart meters we can all help keep the lights on.
We’ve come a long way from the first mobile phones and home computers. So how will technology improve our lives in the future?
Christmas is traditionally a time for giving. So, what better way to celebrate this wonderful time of year than making a donation to your favourite Scottish charity? Not sure who to pledge cash to this year? We have selected nine of the best charities to help you decide. They each provide a special service to people less fortunate than us, all year round, so spare a thought – and a few pounds – for these good causes at Christmas.
In his 20-year career with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, David Dourley has attended more house fires than he would care to count.
The smart meter rollout will be vital in ensuring we have an energy system that is cleaner, greener and fit for the future.