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With the season just days away we have been catching up with the captains and coach of Murrayfield Dafs Cricket Club. Coach, Neil Yelland, was on hand to answer a few questions. First we asked what are the aims for the 1st team in the  2019 championship season?
Unsurprisingly the statement made today at Holyrood was not universally welcomed. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today outlined the steps The Scottish Government will take to progress the debate on Scotland’s future in light of Brexit, and the action to be taken to protect the option for an independence referendum to be held...
Councillors have approved plans for the first new music venue for over a century in Edinburgh’s New Town. It will be called the Dunard Centre which is a nod to philanthropist Carol Grigor and the Dunard Fund which is responsible for a portion of the funding. It is also supported by Royal Bank of Scotland.
It's all happening in Fountainbridge where Theresa May, Donald Trump, Sean Connery and Nigel Farage are all hanging out together in a new artwork created by artist activist, Thomas Kilpper. This artwork is called The Politics of Heritage vs The Heritage of Politics and is the opening exhibition. You can see...
Hibs have paid tribute to former Celtic captain Billy McNeill who died aged 79 on Monday. Born in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire, Billy made his Celtic debut on 23 August 1958. He went on to make over 800 appearances for the club where he won...
A 31-year-old man suffered serious injuries after being attacked on the dance floor at Envi nightclub in Hopetoun Street, Bathgate around 2.40am on Sunday morning. The man was on the dance floor when he was struck on the face and suffered a number of serious head and facial...
The Union Gallery in Edinburgh’s West End will present a special exhibition by two of Scotland’s most distinguished art figures later this month. New works by Joyce Gunn Cairns MBE will feature alongside Alasdair Gray’s celebrated ‘The Scots Hippo’ series together with recent original pieces. Alison Auldjo, Union Gallery Director,...
Edinburgh MSP, Gordon Macdonald, has said that “Scotland remains open and welcoming” following an announcement from the SNP Government that free tuition for EU students will be extended beyond 2021 despite ongoing Brexit uncertainty. He explained that EU citizens who study a Further or Higher education course in Scotland in the 2020/21...
Award-winning Maid of the Forth launches new season tours following 14% increase in passenger numbers last year Following a hugely successful sightseeing season last year with a record number of passengers who got on board the award-winning visitor attraction, family-owned Maid of the Forth the sightseeing tours have begun again for the summer.
A police investigation is underway in connection with the death of a man who fell from the window of a third-floor flat in Edinburgh. Officers said he was found critically injured on Salisbury Road after the alarm was raised at around 03:15 on Tuesday.
Stephane Omeonga has been voted as the Newtown Décor Player of the Month for March by the Hibs supporters. The popular midfielder was presented with the award by Newtown Décor Director Lee Calder, Ian Shaw and Brendan Denahy ahead of the game against Celtic on Sunday.
Police are investigating after damage was caused to a police car at Portobello Promenade. The incident happened around 6.30pm on Monday, April 22, when two officers left the vehicle to respond to a call. While they attended the call extensive damage was...
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