We've been working with MAPA Scotland to raise awareness of the great Polish map of Scotland in the grounds of the Barony Castle Hotel at Eddleston in the Borders. A vast concrete relief map built by Polish volunteers, its an important icon of the enduring cultural and historic ties between Scotland and Poland.
Continuing our series of web episodes for the Scottish Business Crime Centre, we spoke with Alistair Todd from Calor Gas about the serious risks caused by theft and misuse of their gas cylinders.
From forklift trucks to central heating, Calor provide essential energy for businesses and for consumers - often in areas beyond the reach of conventional piped networks. While health and safety in the handling of butane and propane is of paramount importance to Calor, metal thieves who target gas cylinders put themselves and those around them at serious risk.
The Scottish Business Crime Centre launched its new Metal Theft Website last month to raise awareness of the real problems caused to businesses, communities and the Scottish economy by the theft of metal from infrastructure and properties. In the first of a series of videos for the SBCC, we speak with David Simpson, Route Managing Director of Network Rail to understand how this particularly dangerous type of crime impacts on the railway and railway users from delays, to passenger safety and the cost of a train ticket
Metal theft is taken incredibly seriously by the Fire Service. It risks the lives of firefighters when attending fires and threatens the economic well-being of businesses and communities across Scotland.
Working to raise awareness of the very real threats of commercial and financial crime, the Scottish Business Crime Centre hosted this year's Commercial Crime conference at Glasgow's Hampden Park.
We produced this video to sum up some of the main issues of the day, and spread the word to businesses across Scotland online.
We were delighted to attend the first ever eCrime Summit in Scotland and work with the Scottish Business Crime Centre to help make businesses aware of the very real risks of online crime and to take steps to make themselves more resilient and secure.
Home to Edinburgh Zoo, Corstorphine has seen a lot of media attention this year as the home of giant pandas Sunshine an Sweetie.
With their help, the City of Edinburgh Council wants to let people know about the great selection of shops, services, eateries and businesses that call Corstorphine home. We captured things on camera, to create a number of banners can be seen on lamp-posts in the area.
There's also a chance to find and win a gorgeous Panda soft-toy each month, hidden away in a local business. To find out more and get clues, follow @edinshopper on twitter.