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EDINBURGH’S property market enjoyed its busiest summer in more than a decade according to figures released by one ofthe capital’s leading experts. Data from Warners Solicitors & Estate Agents reveals that sales increased 20% on the same June to August period last year as the capital continues to thrive despite struggles experienced...
With three wins from four matches so far, Stewarts Melville were hoping to maintain their momentum in the Tennent's NL2 division with a win over, the visitors to Inverleith, Peebles. Peebles kicked off towards the Ferry Road end on a damp afternoon; the ball, was, however well taken by Stewart’s Melville and James Ferguson was immediately off, offloading to...
We were at the official opening of the new gift shop at the National Gallery this evening (by mistake rather than by invitation, but we can tell you that the shop is bigger than before and has some lovely merchandise!) The new look shop opened at the beginning of October, along with...
Tram extension may go towards Newhaven
Work will begin in November on Constitution Street starting off the next phase of tram works to complete the line as far as Newhaven. Trams will begin to serve the area in Spring 2023. This follows a six month planning period with all of those involved in the tram project after the...
SGB Premiership, play-off, semi-final, second-leg: Swindon Robins 58, Wolverhampton Wolves 32 (agg: 107-71) Danish duo Rasmus Jensen and Claus Vissing (pictured with Tigers' manager Cami Brown), who both ride for Glasgow Tigers, helped Somerset Rebels claim a slot in the SGB Premiership play-off final against Ipswich Witches next week. Jensen starred in the 58-32 second-leg win collecting eight points as the...
A new partnership between Watsonians and Edinburgh Napier University is already reaping its rewards as the start of the inaugural FOSROC Super6 season fast approaches. The University has linked up with the Myreside club during its pre-season preparations as it looks ahead to its opening fixture away to the Southern Knights on Saturday, 9...
Joanna Cherry QC MP has welcomed the Court of Session's decision to delay its ruling in the case raised by businessman Dale Vince OBE, Jolyon Maugham QC and herself against the Prime Minister. A decision has been delayed against the Rt Hon Boris Johnson until 21st October - which Ms Cherry says...
A family-run, city centre Mexican restaurant in Edinburgh's historic Old Town has been put up for sale for offers around £1,250,000 as the owners are retiring. Viva Mexico on Cockburn Street near Waverley Station attracts tourists and locals. The owners, Julio and Judith Gonzalez, said: ”After 35 happy and rewarding years running our restaurant we have decided it is time...
The programme has been revealed for the 10th annual MagicFest which takes place in Edinburgh between Christmas and New Year. Top home grown and international talent from the world of magic and mind reading will offer dazzling entertainment for all ages.  Kevin Quantum, magician and festival organiser, said: “We’re so...
Loganlea owner Karen Jack has brought back her any method ticket which will run from Monday, October 14 until Sunday, November 3, weather permitting. You keep what you catch at Loganlea (pictured) and the cost is £25 for the day. Anyone fishing fly only will be able to fish for the day for £10 and that is catch and return only. The...
MSP praises local charity for their compassion towards grieving parents Jeremy Balfour MSP has marked Baby Loss Awareness Week by paying a visit to SANDS Lothian. SANDS is a charity that provides compassionate support to families following the death of a baby through specialised bereavement services. The...
Scotmid stores across Scotland are now the proud stockists of the innovative Hey Girls products, which offer environmentally friendly products for woman, whilst simultaneously helping to tackle period poverty. The new partnership will see Scotmid offer its customers the full range of Hey Girls products with each product sold...
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