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Elite League: Fife Flyers 3, Guildford Flames 2 (after penalty shots) Former Edinburgh Capitals star Mike Cazzola and Danick Gauthier kept their cool to slot penalty shots as Fife Flyers edged Guildford Flames in a tense Elite League tussle at the Fife Ice Arena. The Surrey-based combine had the best possible start, scoring after 27 seconds. Fife levelled through Brett Bulmer on...
Division One: Grange 4, Hillhead 1; Watsonians 1, Clydesdale 6; Uddingston 4, Western Wildcats 3; Edinburgh University 5, Grove Menzieshill 0. Grange have secured their second successive Division One men’s title with two matches remaining in the regular season. The Edinburgh club beat Hillhead 4-1 at Fettes College after being 3-0 ahead at the break, Alan Johnston, Frank Ryan, Robbie Shepherdson...
Stenhouse Trout Fishery may be in Fife but it is hugely popular with anglers from the Lothians and Edinburgh. Why? Because it is only 35 minutes from Scotland's Capital and consistently produces quality fishing throughout the year. Nigel Duncan visited Stenhouse on the day that it hosted the Scierra Pairs, one of Britain's leading fly fishing competitions. Here is a factfile in...
How many people can say that their lives were changed by a swimming pool? A few Olympic swimmers? The participants in a strange water-based romance? Not many artists, I imagine – but for Damian Callan a visit to Leith’s Waterworld proved transformational. It was there, while he was supervising special needs...
The four star Atholl Palace Hotel in Pitlochry has always had the wow factor when it comes to its external appearance – a magnificent Baronial Mansion House set in beautiful grounds. Its sheer scale and grandeur comes into view as you drive up the sweeping driveway. It...
HIGHLAND SAFARIS CELEBRATES “LEAD, MOTIVATE & SUCCEED” ACCREDITATION AS IT PREPARES TO ONCE AGAIN LOOK AFTER CUSTOMERS ON LAND & WATER With just a week to go until the biggest, fastest boat on Loch Tay returns to the water, under its Loch Tay Safaris banner, two of Highland Safaris Customer Experience Supervisors, Nancy...
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Police are appealing for more information after a report of a sexual assault which happened between 10.45pm and 11.25pm on Wednesday 20 March on board the Edinburgh Park to Dunblane train service. A man is reported to have sat next to the victim, engaged her in...
Ireland's Leinster were the opposition in Friday night's Guinness PRO14 match at BT Murrayfield in a game which, not only saw the welcome return of Matt Scott, but also heralded John Barclay's long awaited debut for the home team. Edinburgh fielded a quality side in the face of, what was probably, not...
East Lothian is a great place for a family to live. Claire Flynn of Edinburgh Solicitors Property Centre explains why…  Choice of properties Many East Lothian towns have a great selection of homes suited to a family, with multiple bedrooms and often with their own private gardens. Plus, while it...
The ‘Put It To The People March’ calls for a People’s Vote too loud to ignore. Today just six days before the Government was to take Britain out of the EU, hundreds of thousands of people will march on Parliament offering what they describe as a solution to a crisis that threatens their living...
Here is a list of the roadworks expected to affect Edinburgh streets this week. This list is prepared by The City of Edinburgh Council. If you come across any others not on the list then do let us know, but we think they know about them all.
Permits for the popular Water of Leith have now been distributed to all fishing outlets in Edinburgh and are also available at the Water of Leith visitor centre at Slateford Road. They are also available at the council base at the Hermitage of Braid plus sub-post offices in Juniper Green and Balerno and they are free. Fishing starts on April...
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