Law firm Stronachs, which has been providing legal services in the north-east for more than 150 years, is on the move – but not very far.
As we reveal today, the practice is moving 75 yards down Aberdeen’s Albyn Place into offices previously occupied by oil industry company BG Group so it can house its growing team under one roof.
There is good news for small and medium sized firms in parts of Scotland’s west coast, looking for assistance in with research and innovation.
A new £14million European Union-funded scheme, called Co- Innovate, is being launched this week.
Administered by development agencies Scottish Enterprise (SE) and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) the programme will target SME’s in Argyll and Bute, Lochaber, Skye and the Outer Hebrides and a number of other areas.
An end of an era is approaching in Invergordon, as Captain Iain Dunderdale, who has been working to encourage cruise liners to visit the port for 27 years, prepares to sail of into the sunset of retirement.
The Port of Cromarty Firth has announced experienced industry professional Allison McGuire will take the helm once the current liner season comes to a close in the coming weeks.
In the city this week profits at DIY chain B&Q’s owner Kingfisher are expected to tumble when it reports half-year results on Wednesday. The firm’s performance has been hit by a wetter than usual summer and a slowing property market.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) will release the latest public sector net borrowing figures on Friday.