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It was cold on the red carpet this evening in stark contrast to the weather the cast and crew experienced on Skye when filming the new epic for Netflix. This is the story of Robert the Bruce and Edward I and we spoke to all the main male characters (there are not too many female parts!) as they arrived at...
Hibs are supporting the Scottish Government’s most recent campaign to increase the amount of organ donors within the country promoting the message - sporty ones, wrinkly ones, lean ones – everybody can save a life. People from across Scotland are being urged to join the NHS Organ Donor Register to give hope to the 550 people still waiting for an...
Grassroots champions from across Scotland were honoured at the 2018 Scottish FA Grassroots Awards, presented by McDonald’s and the Sunday Mail at Hampden Park last night. In front of the likes of Shelley Kerr and Alex McLeish, the evening paid tribute to the tireless work of volunteers from all sectors of the grassroots game both on and off the pitch. Robbie Anderson...
Scotland are set to be granted two places in next season’s UEFA Women’s Champions League. Due to a range of factors including both Scottish club and country performances in UEFA Competitions, Scotland’s coefficient ranking for UEFA Women’s Champions League 2019/20 will be 11, rising from 13th in the previous qualifying period. As a result, Scotland are set to be awarded with...
Adam Holmes and The Embers along with Swedish all girl band Baskery will be appearing at Cabaret Voltaire in Edinburgh on 17 November. 27-year-old Edinburgh-born singer/songwriter Adam Holmes is one of the brightest rising stars on the UK roots music scene, with influences from either side of the Atlantic mixing traditional and contemporary folk with his own brand of soul...
A man has been charged in connection with the abandonment of a mistreated dog, which subsequently had to be put down, in Bathgate. Officers were called to a roundabout near to Wester Inch and the Tesco Supermarket on Blackburn Road in the early hours of Monday 3rd September. The dog, which was alone and could barely walk, was found severely malnourished...
The Scottish SPCA is inviting animal lovers in Edinburgh and Lothians to host their very own Tartan Tea Party to help raise vital funds for abused, abandoned and injured animals. Scotland’s animal welfare charity will be bringing friends, family and work colleagues together on Friday 30 November (St. Andrew’s Day) and hopes to have hundreds of parties taking place up...
The Hibernian Community Foundation has been honoured as a national award winner at the Scottish FA Grassroots Awards 2018, presented by McDonalds and the Sunday Mail, for delivery of outstanding work in the community and the promotion of grassroots football for all. The Foundation was named winner of the “Best Professional Club in the Community” category, and presented with the award by Scotland National...
From 19 October to 18 December the Art & Craft Collective will show selected art works from the 'Steel' series by Stoke-on-Trent based artist Ian Pearsall and sculptural silver jewellery by Xanthe O'Connor. 'Fire and Light' is a major exhibition of drawings by Ian Pearsall and is his first exhibition in Scotland. Ian explained why he chose this subject matter: “Following my...
A man responsible for a number of serious sexual offences against women and children has now been sentenced. Following an investigation by the East's Cybercrime Unit for possession of indecent images, a substantial investigation into Robert Hawkins took place by Edinburgh's Public Protection Unit and he was arrested for serious sexual offences against four victims in 2016. At Edinburgh High Court...