Nigel Duncan

Experienced news, business, arts, sport and travel journalist and food critic and managing editor of www.appitite, a well-established food and travel website. Also a magazine editor of publications with circulations of up to 200,000 and managing director of a long-established PR/marketing company with a string of blue-chip clients in its CV. Former communications lecturer at a Scottish university and social media specialist for a string of successful and busy SMEs.

By Nigel Duncan On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
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Speedway – Berwick wield axe after nightmare start to season

Berwick boss Gary Havelock has made changes to kick-start Berwick’s season. Picture Colin Poole Berwick Bandits line-up at Ipswich on Thursday will have three new faces after bosses wielded the axe in a bid More...

By Nigel Duncan On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
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Hockey – Judge called up for coaching team

SAM Judge has been called into Scotland’s coaching team after guiding Edinburgh University women to their third Division One title in four seasons. The Paisley-born player won 199 caps for Scotland after making More...

By Nigel Duncan On Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
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Special day helps mark 70 years of the Edinburgh Fringe

Plans for the inaugural World Fringe Day involving more than 200 fringes across the planet have been announced for Tuesday 11 July 2017. The day will reflect on the collective power and worldwide reach of the fringe More...

By Nigel Duncan On Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
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Edinburgh College appoint new non-executive members

Edinburgh College’s Board of Management has appointed three new non-executive members who are high-profile figures in Scottish public life and have extensive experience in industry, education, and both public More...

By Nigel Duncan On Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
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Ice hockey – Former Capitals star scores as Britain win again

Great Britain celebrate a score as they beat Estonia in Belfast. Picture by Dean Woolley World Championship, Division One, Group B: Great Britain 5, Estonia 1 (in Belfast) Great Britain won their second game in More...

By Nigel Duncan On Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
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Solicitor Emma ‘guiding’ on gender equality

Emma used her skills to draft document at congress in New York Emma Guthrie works with a leading Edinburgh-based legal firm and specialises in commercial property. She devotes her spare time to Girlguiding and recently More...

By Nigel Duncan On Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
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Speedway – Bandits still seeking some luck

Kevin Doolan top scored for Berwick in their home defeat. Picture Colin Poole Gary Havelock will have to wait a little longer to celebrate Berwick Bandits first win following another disappointing home defeat. This More...

By Nigel Duncan On Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
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Field hockey – Judge eyes domestic Grand Slam after title win

Sam Judge (red top, right) celebrates another goal for Edinburgh University at Peffermill. Picture Nigel Duncan Media Sam Judge saluted her championship-winning Edinburgh University squad and said: “Now for the More...

By Nigel Duncan On Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
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Former graduate is now a trainer

  A former graduate of a course for security staff in Edinburgh has become a trainer. Cyprus Phipps joins a team of expert security tutors, after a 13-year career working in door security. David Evans, centre More...

By Nigel Duncan On Monday, April 24th, 2017
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Field hockey – Forsyth joins son on Malaysia trip with Team GB

Derek Forsyth (blue shirt) on the bench with Scotland. Picture Nigel Duncan Media Derek Forsyth, Scotland’s senior men’s hockey coach, will join Great Britain’s men’s team as assistant coach for the Sultan More...