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AS Britain rediscovers its fascination with Mary Queen of Scots, the world’s oldest surgical college has released documents proving that she paved the way for the Geneva Convention 300 years before it came into force. With the BAFTA-nominated film wowing audiences in cinemas, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has made public...
Watsonians came close to reaching the women's Division One final for the first time. But they were thwarted in a sudden death penalty shootout by Clydesdale Western. They will play Dundee Wanderers, who beat Tayside rivals Grove Menzieshill, in the final on Saturday, February 2. Edinburgh CALA have been relegated from the top flight after losing to Grange in the play-off. Meanwhile, in...
Couples whose children have recently flown the nest are being encouraged to visit the picturesque village of Gullane on the scenic East Lothian coast to discover their perfect next home. CALA Homes (East) has consciously designed a home with this demographic front of mind - with its designs and layouts for theirDuffy home...
Fundraiser for new St Mary's Music School piano has exceeded target. A very special gift from Germany has arrived for use by young musicians at St Mary's. Following a fundraising campaign by one of the school’s directors Kat Heathcote and her husband Iain Macneil, there is now a brand new Steinway Grand...
North Sea rocks could act as large-scale renewable energy stores Rocks in the seabed off the UK coast could provide long-term storage locations for renewable energy production, new research suggests. An advanced technique could be used to trap compressed air in porous rock formations found in the North Sea using...
Ceremony for Captain Brown took place today at Edinburgh Airport Members of the Edinburgh University Air Squadron gathered at Edinburgh Airport this morning to remember one of the greatest test pilots in aviation history, Captain Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown, on what would have been his 100th birthday. They were joined...
THE UK's only rocket to successfully place a satellite into orbit is to be unveiled in Scotland after a 10,000-mile journey back home. Almost 50 years since its launch, the Black Arrow rocket will be displayed in Penicuik, Midlothian later this month after space company Skyrora transported the rocket from the Australian outback to...
The clock is ticking on Cramond Angling Club’s (CAC) early bird season ticket offer which ends on February 1. Adult anglers can buy a season for £35 before the price goes up to £45. Seniors can buy their permit for £25 instead of the new price of £35. Joe Arndt, the club’s secretary, said the club had 150 members last season...
Police  are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery which took place around 6.55pm on Friday 18 January in Dumbryden Gardens. A 24-year-old delivery driver was approached at the side of his van by two men who assaulted and threatened him in an attempt to steal his property....
Buffalo Blood will give a world premiere live performance along with Leith's own Dean Owens at Celtic Connections this Friday. An international collaboration of three US musicians, Buffalo Blood – Grammy nominee Neilson Hubbard, Joshua Britt and Audrey Spillman - and UK musician Dean Owens, with sound engineer/photographer Jim DeMain, have all worked...
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