CMS Future of Renewables event

CMS is teaming up with fellow experts to host a free-to-attend event exploring how an increased focus on the environment will impact Scotland’s renewable energy sector going forward.

Published 17 September 2021

MSPs to examine Scotland’s overseas relationship

Holyrood's Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee has launched an inquiry into the Scottish government’s international work.

Published 17 September 2021

ICC to investigate Duterte’s ‘war on drugs’

The International Criminal Court has authorised an investigation into the Philippine president’s “war on drugs”.

Published 17 September 2021

Wednesday’s Employment Law Conference to tackle back to work issues

Protection for employees and obligations on employers in Long Covid cases and employee surveillance at work are just two of the topics to be tackled at CLT Scotland’s Employment Conference taking place online on Wednesday 22 September.

Published 17 September 2021

Ireland fined over €15m due to failure to comply with EU law

Ireland has been fined over €15 million and is continuing to accrue daily fines of €15,000 for failing to comply with a European court order linked to a wind farm development.

Published 17 September 2021

Australia: Queensland legalises euthanasia

Queensland has become the fifth Australian state to permit euthanasia.

Published 17 September 2021

DWF pays Gratitude to front line workers

DWF is saying a collective 'Thank You' to front line workers for their dedication during the pandemic, by supporting the Gratitude campaign to raise funds for NHS Charities Together.

Published 17 September 2021

And finally… drunk dial

A woman who drove out to collect her drunk husband, who had crashed into a truck, herself crashed into his car – as she was also drunk.

Published 17 September 2021

England: Innocent children feeling pressure to admit guilt to avoid prosecution, report warns

Children who have not committed a crime are likely to be admitting guilt and accepting cautions just to avoid prosecution, a new report warns.

Published 16 September 2021

KPMG: Major Scottish cities could see employment rise by 5-7 per cent in wake of pandemic

Scottish cities including Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen could see employment rise by 5-7 per cent as a result of increased availability of office space in the wake of the pandemic, according to a new report by KPMG.

Published 16 September 2021