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Royal Bank of Scotland, which today holds its annual general meeting in Edinburgh, has stated that it is still on course to meet the end of year deadline for the sell-off of its Williams & Glyn business, as per the - already revised - conditions of its government bailout. The assurances were mad

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Glasgow City Council has unveiled a programme of cuts to save £103 million over 2016/17 and 2017/18. The local authority governing Scotland’s largest city will have to trim 7 per cent from its budget in order to tackle “the unprecedented financial challenge of the next two years”.

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Highland Spring in £20m expansion Perthshire-based bottled water producer Highland Spring is planning to spend £20m in ramping up production to meet growing demand for bottled water.

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Police are investigating after thieves blew open an Aberdeen city centre ATM machine in the early hours of Saturday morning in front of astonished onlookers. Explosives were used to blast the ‘hole-in-the-wall’ out of a wall at the Tesco store.

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Michael Matheson The Scottish government is taking an "innovative approach" to tackling more than 230 serious organised crime groups (SOCGs) operating in the country, according to Justice Secretary Michael Matheson.

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Derek Forsyth and David Hunter, partners at accountants Campbell Dallas have been appointed joint administrators of Arches Theatre and Arches Retail Company Limited, which operate the famous arts and entertainment venue located in Glasgow city centre. Founded in 1991 as a direct result of Glasgow be

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