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The planned merger between building materials giants Holcim and Lafarge to create the world’s biggest cement company has stalled after Holcim rejected the current terms. Switzerland-based Holcim, which includes UK arm Aggregate Industries, revealed today it wants to renegotiate the terms of the me

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Works to Inverness Premier Inn extension completes Construction works are complete on the extension to the Premier Inn at Inshes Gate Inverness.

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Health & Safety Scotland offers visitors the chance to keep up to date with the latest legal issues and trends through its conference programme, which is authored by the British Safety Council. The event takes place at Glasgow’s SECC on 22nd – 23rd April 2015. Forming part of the conference

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Steve Wiseman McCarthy and Stone Scotland celebrates top customer satisfaction marks for a record tenth year

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New planning guidance in Fife will help regenerate the area and create jobs, according to the council. The new guidance replaces three previous documents and aims to support growth in the region's housebuilding sector.

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Annual total return on Scottish Commercial property rose 5.1 per cent during 2014. Figures released in CBRE’s latest Scotland Property Quarterly report also revealed that despite progressive improvement during the first three quarters of last year, returns for the final quarter fell back a little.

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Plans for a new £44 million school campus in Tain in Easter Ross were given the green light yesterday from Highland Council. Children aged from three to 18 would receive nursery and school education in new buildings proposed for the site of the current Tain Royal Academy.

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