Isle of Aran distillery Lagg plans to launch its range of Single Malts in May, following the successful launch of its first batch last autumn.

The first release of the main line from the independent distiller will be the flagship LAGG Single Malt Kilmory Edition.

The second in the main line will be LAGG Single Malt Corriecravie Edition.

Graham Omand, Lagg Distillery Manager, said: “The Kilmory expression epitomizes the ‘LAGG house style’ which focuses on using bourbon casks with our peated spirits.

“Corriecravie provides a real contrast, showing another side of the LAGG spirit, bringing sweeter smoke, spice and rich fruit notes to the fore.”

Having faced challenges in recent years and with more than 30 per cent of shops, offices and accommodation now empty, Sauchiehall Street is considered Scotland’s most difficult high street.

However, Glasgow’s once popular shopping street is set to receive a shot in the arm with the news that much-loved Dundee vinyl retailer Assai is to open its first Glasgow record store on the street, The Herald reports.

Emtelle, a fiber-to-fiber networking company based in Hawiq, has struck a deal to build a major facility in Abu Dhabi.

The company announced that it will invest approximately $50 million in a plant in the United Arab Emirates under a construction agreement with Khalifa Economic Zones Abu Dhabi, providing a platform to meet growing customer demand in the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Hair transplant specialist Seneca Medical Group has launched an expansion in Denmark amid growth in Scotland.

The company, which operates in Athens and Thessaloniki in Greece and has established its UK expansion base in Glasgow, has opened a new clinic in Denmark in collaboration with Danish hair specialist Pilorum Hair Clinic.

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