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A new substance using the wonder material graphene has been developed which is 10 times stronger than steel but has just five per cent of its density, The Herald has reported. Graphene discovered by Nobel prize winning scientists at the University of Manchester is just an atom thick and is a two-dim

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Glasgow-based construction company CCG has hailed its performance as “creditable” amid restructuring and efficiency challenges at the firm. New accounts at Companies House show that profits for 2016 dropped to £1.8 million from £10.5m a year earlier as turnover at the company slid by 3.8 per c

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Plans have been submitted for a new housing development on the site of a modernist church in Glasgow on behalf of Govanhill Housing Association. Proposals by CCG and MAST Architects will see 22 infill homes developed at the Our Lady of Consolation RC Church on Inglefield Street which was demolished

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The manager of an access plant hire firm has been sentenced to two years imprisonment for his neglect of health and safety obligations that led to the death of one man and caused serious injury to another. Donald Craig was handed the maximum penalty at Airdrie Sheriff Court on Friday after his compa

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The depreciation of the pound is leading to an increase in material prices for 70 per cent of UK builders, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has warned. New research from the trade association has revealed that a 20 per cent rise in the price of timber and other building materials is leading t

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Plans for a £6.5 million research and innovation campus in Stromness in Orkney are set to go ahead after the two organisations behind the venture agreed funding for the project. The 3.75-acre campus will support the growth of existing research and innovation activity and the expansion of companies

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