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Funding boost means green light for £5m High Street library Work to build a new £5 million library in an empty unit on Paisley’s High Street will start this year – in the latest stage of the push to use culture to breathe new life into Paisley’s High Street.

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An indicative image of a potential design for the cinema Plans for a new eight-screen cinema, together with four new restaurant/bar units within the Mercat Shopping Centre in Kirkcaldy, are to go on exhibition to the public for the first time this month.

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Proposals for a new bridge to cross the River Spey near Kingussie go on display today as part of the consultation process for the preferred option for the A9 Dualling Crubenmore to Kincraig scheme. The existing bridge and embankment will be removed and a new dual carriageway bridge crossing the Riv

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Let’s just get this out there shall we? Contractors and subcontractors are “bad” people. Boffins* have told us this, therefore it must be true. Contractors are out to screw you over, every single last one of them. Even their name contains the word “con” which is conclusive evidence of thei

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(from left) Stephanie Hyams, Mark Saunders, Mitchell Clarke, Gillian Pettigrew and David MacDonald at the Robertson Collegelands site Pupils at Uddingston Grammar School have been laying the foundations for a career in construction thanks to a new initiative carried out in partnership with Robertson

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Sophie Martin as Odette and Christopher Harrison as Siegfried in David Dawson's Swan Lake. Photo credit Andy Ross Scottish construction, property and energy businesses give £1.2m boost to culture projects

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A feast for all LEGO lovers, featuring over fifty LEGO models including the impressive 2x4m St Pancras Station, has opened at Perth Museum and Art Gallery. The exhibition aims to appeal to all ages inspiring creativity and an appreciation of architecture and the iconic scenes that make up our cities

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Councillors have voted to continue an application to build new student flats next to the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) until a hearing has been carried out Plans by developers Urban Pulse would have seen the former Jumpin’ Jaks nightclub on Sauchiehall Street demolished to make way for a seven-store

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