Date archive forJanuary, 2011
By admin On Monday, January 31st, 2011
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Drivers – watch your speed in Holyrood Park

Historic Scotland, the City of Edinburgh Council and Lothian and Borders Police have joined forces to raise drivers’ awareness and reinforce measures to protect and preserve the natural beauty of Holyrood Park. Historic More...

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Papa wins at Mamma’s pizza!

The winner of the Mamma’s pizza competition has named his pizza in honour of becoming a granddad for the first time. David Waugh’s red onion marmalade, goat’s cheese and basil pizza ‘Gusto del Papa’ (meaning More...

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Biomass – have your say before the end of March

Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP (Lothians) (SNP) is encouraging residents in Leith and North Edinburgh to have their say on Forth Energy’s proposals to build a large biomass plant at Imperial Dock. The energy company More...

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Margaret Smith MSP on the Forth Crossing

by Margaret Smith, MSP for Edinburgh West As the constituency MSP for Edinburgh West I am in no doubt that it is a great part of the city to represent. Most people might think of it as an urban area but I’m also More...

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Law seminar for journalists – and it’s free!

Contempt of court and official secrets are among the topics to be discussed at a free seminar on Scots law for journalists. Being held in March, the event is being hosted by law firm, Biggart Baillie, with principal More...

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Hard Rock’s Legendary Burger in Edinburgh

The Hard Rock Cafe is a real institution. They have fans who travel the world in search of T-shirts and pins just to say that they have been to a Hard Rock in a certain place. One of the great things in the George More...

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Edinburgh College of Art appoints new governors

Edinburgh College of Art is pleased to announce four valuable additions to its Board of Governors. The College welcomes to its Board: Eddie Frizzell, MA (Hons), Visiting Professor of Public Service Management More...

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Afternoon Tea with The Mama!

The Reporter went along to 24 Hill Street one Wednesday afternoon in January, for the first time in a long long time! In the old days it used to be a bit of a lunchtime haunt, offering lovely salads and healthy More...

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Midlothian Libraries offer IT Training

A wide range of free online IT courses are now available from local libraries across Midlothian. Midlothian Libraries have signed up to ‘Study IT Online’ – a service which provides easy-to-use online training More...

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Council introduce battery recycling

Edinburgh is to introduce battery and plastic bottle recycling as part of the city’s wider waste and recycling strategy. City residents have been recycling a range of materials for several years, with plastic More...