£1m Castlemilk community centre gets go ahead A new youth and community centre costing just short of a million pounds is coming to Castlemilk after a campaign led by Thenue Housing.
A man was forced to postpone the sale of his home after he realised he had been living next door to the flat he owns. Chris Meyer, 30, planned to sell his three-bedroom Carlisle flat to a buyer for £76,000 three years ago.
Third Don crossing to open in Aberdeen next week The third Don crossing in Aberdeen is to open next week, following months of delays.
Young Scots wanting to pursue studies for a career in civil engineering need not be daunted by the prospect of taking a student loan – thanks to the generosity of a retired Glasgow solicitor.
West Dunbartonshire Council reveals plans to light up historic bridge West Dunbartonshire Council has revealed plans to develop a lighting scheme for a historic bridge in the region.
DJ Laing group sales director Karen Nicholl was at Forfar Sheriff Court for the verdict Angus civil engineering firm DJ Laing (Contracts) Ltd has been fined £32,000 over an accident that left a 17-year-old employee permanently disfigured and facing arthritis in his legs, The Courier has reported.
Scott Connor, assistant site manager, (left) and David Lawrie, site manager McCarthy and Stone breaks new ground in Haddington
A council laid off six labourers before offering five of them new contracts in a bid to get rid of one of the employees, The Courier has reported. Dundee City Council's environment department made the workers redundant because of what bosses called a “downturn in current workload”.
A former electrician on an industry blacklist has been offered £60,000 in compensation, 37 years after his name was written on the secret file. The man, who lives in Scotland and is now in his 70s, has said he wants to accept the money, even though his union believes he is entitled to over £320,00
Scottish asbestos bill will only load more administrative burden to over-stretched claims process, say lawyers
The Scottish bill to recover medical costs for asbestos diseases will lead to over-burdening costs on compensators as well as delays to the claims process and will do little or nothing to improve the overall care services for asbestos victims, law firm DWF has said. The Recovery of Medical Costs for
A landmark decision handed down by the Supreme Court has left Royal Bank of Scotland open to a compensation claim that could run to as much as £3 million – a case that experts claim could be repeated throughout the banking industry. Scottish builder Derek Carlyle’s seven-year battle with the 82
The jury’s decision at a mock trial will be in the hands of visitors attending the Health & Safety Scotland event held at the SECC in Glasgow on 22nd and 23rd April. As part of the event’s free educational programme, organised by the British Safety Council, A Mock Trial: A Construction Indus
Lady Paton The widow of a joiner who died of an asbestos-related condition will be allowed to pursue her damages claim against her late husband’s former employers after the company’s insurers failed in an appeal.