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CR Smith sponsors the Yellows 2003s at Duloch Juniors

Local employer, CR Smith is backing the Duloch Juniors Yellows 2003s with a new sponsorship deal that will provide the young footballers with top of the range match day kit.

Don’t be single-minded about rent controls By Dr John Boyle

In the Scottish Parliament’s version of the Queen’s Speech, Nicola Sturgeon outlined plans to introduce local rent controls through a Private Tenancies Bill and while there is much to commend the drive to improve the private rented sector, the pursuit of rent controls has been allowed to continue without sufficient analysis of how these would work in practice, or recognition of the harm they would do to tenants and landlords.

Ingliston Revival Revs Up With Just Days to Go Until Inaugural Festival

650 hay bales are in place, 375 vintage and modern supercars are getting ready to rev their engines and thousands of motoring fans are gearing up for a weekend of classic and supercar extravagance, as the countdown begins to the inaugural Ingliston Revival.

Care and Repair Edinburgh extends its services

City-based charity Care and Repair Edinburgh continues to ramp up its activities by extending the services it provides to enable older people and the disabled in the Edinburgh area to continue to live independently and safely in their own homes. 

PRS Scotland wants to see a distinctly Scottish approach to private rented sector

As published in today’s Daily Express

Dear Editor

There is much to be commended about the Scottish Government’s drive to create a more secure and sustainable private rented sector, but while Nicola Sturgeon’s plans for the new Private Tenancies Bill continue to focus on rent controls, there is a danger that the bigger opportunity will be missed.