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Five Edinburgh clubs go for glory in the Scottish Cup this weekend at Glasgow's National Hockey Centre. Grange, the newly-crowned Division One and play-off title holders, face Western Wildcats in one of the men's semi-finals. Edinburgh University square-up to Grove Menzieshill in the other game in the last four. Both games are on Saturday. In the women's competition, Edinburgh University, the league...
Murrayfield Racers have to wait until Saturday, May 11, to secure a glory treble. They have already claimed the Scottish National League title. And the club have also won the Stuart Robertson Cup after a 17-5 aggregate victory against North Ayrshire Wild. Racers warm-up for the Scottish Cup against Scotland’s under-19 squad at Murrayfield on Sunday, April 28 (face-off 5.30pm). Adult admission...
Record-breaking cyclist Mark Beaumont will share his story of the 10,000km world record ride which he completed in 2015 at a talk on Monday 29 April 2019. The talk will raise funds for disability charity Christian Blind Mission (CBM) and the Arclight Tandem Africa Project
Staff at two branches of McDonald's in Edinburgh have raised over £800 for the charity Kidney Kids Scotland and the World Kidney Day campaign. They raised the money by selling pens and organising a raffle with a top prize of a trip to Majorca. McDonald's restaurants are run by...
Police Scotland have told us that a man was arrested in connection with the murder of 48-year-old Bradley Welsh in Chester Street, Edinburgh, on Wednesday 17th April. He has since been released pending further inquiries, however legal proceedings are now active. This investigation is continuing and anyone who...
Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival programme was announced today with the help of pupils from Melrose Primary School Ellie Darlow (11) and members of the Caledonian Dandie Dinmont Terrier club The world premiere of the Dandie Dinmont operetta written by Alexander McCall Smith, featuring children from the school will be performed at the...
Thomas & Adamson, the international construction and property consultancy, has made three new appointments to its senior management team. Heather Holbrook will become Regional Director within the company’s Cost Management division. She has considerable experience working in both commercial and public sectors, and with her dedicated...
If you run a green business in Edinburgh then this is your chance to enter the Scottish Environment Business Awards. This is the 20th year of the awards for businesses which are implementing sustainability in a big way to get recognition. A series of free roadshows are being held...
Amy Wilson has been obsessed by The Dungeons attractions since she was 11 years old, but even she was not quite ready for the birthday thrills awaiting her when she went to Edinburgh Dungeon today. Amy from Carlisle is now 33 and she first visited York Dungeon in 1997 with her family. She...
Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has sold Graze on Grassmarket, a sandwich shop and café situated in Edinburgh’s famous Old Town, to an experienced local operator. The café, which provides seating for 10 covers inside and 10 outside, predominantly caters to ‘on the go’ customers, offering light bites...
Scottish Cup winning legends Darren McGregor and ‘Sir’ David Gray have agreed new four-year extensions to their contracts. The long-term plan is for both to take on positions within the club that make the most of their experience and leadership qualities, however, they remain influential members of Paul...
Tower above Old College
Research by University of Edinburgh has discovered that DNA is managed like climbers’ ropes to unravel knotted strands. The findings help explain how about 2 metres of DNA can be neatly packaged in each of our cells, in a space that is about the width of a hair. Scientists have...
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