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Community-based sport and physical activity projects in Scotland are in line for a cash investment thanks to a new programme aimed at changing lives and ... More
A £1m sustainable energy project at the Aqualibrium leisure centre in Campbelltown, Scotland, will see the facility being powered almost entirely by heat created from ... More
Scotland has become one of the first countries to have developed a single concussion policy for all sports, following collaboration between medics, sportscotland, national governing ... More
The Scottish Government has been urged to create a register of accredited dementia-friendly attractions in the country to provide a boost to tourism and help ... More
Funding charity Spirit of 2012 has appointed Alan Coppin as chair. He replaces Dugald Mackie after a four-and-half year stint. Spirit of 2012 was established ... More
Scotland plans to roll-out 'The Daily Mile' scheme to all educational facilities and workplaces in a bid to tackle obesity in the country. Currently, the ... More
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A state-of-the-art outdoor cycle track will become the first of its kind in Scotland as construction nears completion. The Fife Cycle Park is scheduled to ... More
One of Scotland’s most important national sports facilities reopened yesterday (30 August) following a £12m (US$15.5m, €13m) redevelopment, hailed as a “first of its kind” ... More
Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) has been awarded a grant of £100,000 (US$129,000, €114,000) to establish a new Vocational Skills Fund dedicated to diversifying Scotland’s museum ... More
Former VisitScotland chair Dr Mike Cantlay will now chair Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) following his appointment by the Scottish government. Cantlay will oversee the public ... More
MPs have discussed the most effective ways to use cash raised from the soft drinks tax, including the rolling out of sports camps and daily ... More
Architects, designers and acoustic experts have been invited to express their interest in creating a world-class arts centre and concert hall in the heart of ... More
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Flamingo Land Limited could be about to add a second resort destination to its portfolio after Scottish Enterprise named the operator as preferred developer for ... More
An surge in the number of volunteers delivering sport sessions for school pupils has resulted in a five per cent increase of children taking part ... More
A £33m (US$43.6m, €38.7m) sporting facility in Scotland is set to open next week (Monday 29 August, 2016) at Heriot-Watt University’s Edinburgh campus. The national ... More
Three sports governing bodies – Basketball Scotland, Netball Scotland and Scottish Handball – have signed up to use the nation’s £32.9m (US$47m, €41.2m) Oriam national ... More
Sports facilities in Scotland are the “best they have ever been,” according to sportscotland chair Louise Martin, after visiting the site of the £12m (US$17.3m, ... More
Sportscotland will invest £6m (US$8.5m, €7.7m) to establish 50 new Community Sports Hubs across the country by 2020. The national sports quango will plough £1.5m ... More
Alliance Leisure
Alliance Leisure
The importance of architecture and design in regenerating Europe’s cold water islands will top the agenda at the second annual Cold Water Islands Tourism Conference ... More
Thirty-two Scottish athletes aiming to win medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang will receive sportscotland Athlete Personal Awards grants. The ... More
Three purpose-built pitches with spectator seating will be erected in Glasgow’s George Square as the city gets ready to host the 2016 Homeless Football World ... More
The National Museum of Scotland has said that 10 new galleries are to be opened on 8 July, signalling completion of the latest phase of ... More
The £12m sportscotland National Centre Inverclyde – billed as the UK’s first “fully-inclusive” residential sports training facility – has been granted planning permission by the ... More
Gareth Hoskins, one of leisure architecture’s brightest stars, has died at the age of 48 following a heart attack. The founder and MD of Glasgow-based ... More
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has provided the Scottish economy with a £740m boost over the past eight years. The Post-Games Report, published by the ... More
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