A native Gaelic speaker from the Isle of Skye Stephen is a passionate young journalist who has had articles published on a variety of platforms, including a number of the national newspapers.
Graduating in Media and Communications at Cardonald College Glasgow, he went on to gain a Degree in Sports Journalism from University of the West of Scotland in 2013.
A passionate Football fan, Stephen has spent the last two years as Scotzine’s resident Aberdeen Football Club fan blogger.
Articles written by Stephen:
Scottish tidal power firm, Atlantis Resources, has raised £6.5m through a share placing to fund project development work.
On Wednesday March 16, Infro editor, Duncan MacPherson, visited the Highland Council (THC) at their base in the former Technical School in Golspie.
Arjen Broens, with more than 25 years of experience in construction, infrastructure, energy and renewables (CIER) is hoping the Highlands will provide him with the ideal environment in order to enhance his skills and hone his talents – but there’s a problem.
Breedon Aggregates, the UK’s leading independent aggregates business, today announced its audit’s annual results for the year ended 31 December 2015.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) enjoyed success last week as it conducted one of its flagship annual events.
Today we bring you the final installment in our focus of SDS Scottish Apprenticeship Week and it’s the turn of Altree Joinery’s, Thomas Mason.
Mr Macrae, a former pupil of Charleston Academy in Inverness, is currently in his the third year of a plumbing apprenticeship with Korrie Mechanical and Plumbing, a firm providing a wide range of services across the Highlands.
“Housebuilders find themselves in an extremely sweet spot at present and Barratt is no exception. A combination of low interest rates, a general lack of new housing supply, rising house prices and increased mortgage availability all play into its hands”
A newly-found focus on core skills is helping Muir of Ord based Global Infrastructure reaffirm its position as a leading player in its industry.
The Royal Incorporation Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has announced its top 100 buildings from the last century – including two in the Highlands.