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Three-story building collapses after fire in Glasgow's Southside
On Sunday night a fire broke out in a tenement building in Glasgow’s Southside. The fire caused the three-story building to collapse and left residents homeless. The fire had originated in Strawberry (More)
A guided tour with a lot of heart
As tourism numbers continue to grow in Scotland it has become difficult for small businesses to stand out amongst the competition in the guided tour market. That’s when every experience counts and Owners of Heartland Travel, Nory and Louise Hope know (More)
For a chilling read this Halloween, look toward these iconic Scottish landmarks
Photo by Rose Muy-Sanchez With Halloween one day away the Scotia Scoop is gettin (More)
Watch: Scottish tourism from a small business perspective
https://youtu.be/8rZ-VzOsaT4 Tourism numbers in Scotland are on a steady rise, opening the door for small businesses to start up. For established small business owners the growth is welcomed but they would like to see it expand into new, less-v (More)
Santa Cruz Kustom Club Injecting Itself into the City Centre

Stirling's Thistles Centre Spider Slides Comes Out of Hibernation
[caption id="attachment_1189" align="alignleft" width="493"] The Thistle Centre's Spider Slide

The Thistle’s Stirling team and Creative Stirling h (More)
Stirling brings in the ‘Most Wonderful time of the Year’
By Natasha Cameron The City of Stirling is now aglow with seasonal Christmas lights to begin the festive season. 17 November marked the start of the Christmas season in Stirling with their annual light switch on. Families gathered around Stirl (More)
Halloween is off to a fiery start with Samhuinn Fire Festival
Edinburgh is preparing for the Celtic New Year ritual taking place on Calton Hill tonight at 7pm. The event, run by Beltane Fire Society, is returning to create a Halloween event that won’t be forgotten in a hurry. “As we turn to face the dark (More)
Marianas Trench Glasgow Show
Marianas Trench played Glasgow Saint Luke’s Cathedral November 12th to fans from all over the world.  The Canadian band is currently on a European tour, playing venues similar to St. Lukes across the United Kingdom, and Germany, as well as playing (More)
Community loses patience with ScotRail
  Bridge of Allan train station may be up for ‘adoption’ soon after talks have halted between ScotRail and the community. Train stations across Scotland are maintained by community organisations rather than ScotRail, as part of an ‘adoptio (More)
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