The "run, hide, tell" film shows holidaymakers what to do in the event of a terror attack
The Handmade Burger Co has fallen into administration
Paul Roberts, who last month stepped down as chief executive of Malmaison and Hotel du Vin (MHdeV), has re-joined his former boss Gary Davis at Village Hotel Club.
Scottish restaurant company Tony Macaroni has been given the go-ahead to open a site in Aberdeen.
Glasgow-based burger concept BRGR Restaurants lodges plans for fourth site, in Gourock
Mexican restaurant brand Taco Bell is to continue its expansion by opening its first restaurants in Scotland and Surrey.
There is one month remaining for pub-goers to contribute to a consultation that could “help to protect the pub industry for years to come”, the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has said.
59 tower blocks in Aberdeen and 67 in Glasgow and North Lanarkshire are without the devices, with a total of 319 across the country.
Tenants displaced from the St James shopping centre have battled to secure alternative accommodation.
The new owners Lee Fish and Andrew Duncan aim to make Peckham's 'the most high-tech deli in the country'.
The checks are part of an ongoing security review for the country’s most famous attraction.
It is known as one of the most iconic opening scenes in modern cinema – Trainspotting’s Renton and his hapless sidekick Spud running full tilt along Edinburgh’s Princes Street.