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Police are appealing for information following an attempted murder in the Craigshill area of Livingston which took place in a wooded area near Holly Grove shortly after 4pm yesterday afternoon. Officers were called following a report of an altercation involving a number of men. On arrival, a 27-year-old man was found to have sustained serious injuries to his head, neck and...
JLL has two new Scottish graduate surveyors, one in the Edinburgh office and one in Glasgow Ewan Scott also joins JLL as a graduate surveyor within the residential team in Edinburgh after completing his masters in real estate at Aberdeen University. A keen golfer and St Andrews native, he played at high level around the world from a young age...
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious road collision in the South East of the city which happened around 8am this morning in Southhouse Avenue. A 92-year-old female pedestrian sustained numerous injuries to her body after she was involved in a collision with a Mercedes GL car. She was taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh where she remains in...
Halloween Party for All Ages to raise funds for CHAS Capital Sci-Fi Con is planning a Halloween Party they say you will not want to miss. The organisers behind Edinburgh’s not-for-profit pop culture, film and TV convention has created two events for all ages. There will be both a children’s and an adults' Halloween party with all profits being donated to Children’s...
Thinking of a career in retail? There is a free five week training programme Bright Lights Starting Out in Retail which begins at Fort Kinnaird on 29 October. The course will give you access to high quality training, including advice from industry experts, support with interviews and CV writing, as well as Health and Safety training and WorldHost Customer Service...
Make plans to get together with some friends and do something different this December. The Gin Lounge is coming to Assembly Rooms on George Street with a selection of over 60 different gins to try out. There will be Islay Gin, Edinburgh Gin, No 3 Cotswold Gin, Lakes Gin, Bathrub, Arbikie, Kokor, IWSC and Boutiquey Gin all on offer. John and Audrey...
Police are appealing for information and urging the public to be vigilant following a bogus workmen incident which took place between 2pm and 4pm on Thursday 4th October in the Eliburn area of Livingston. Three men and a child attended the home of an 86-year-old woman and the adults pressured her into agreeing to allow them to wash her driveway, while the...
So many traders! But who can you trust? With so many builders, roofers, electricians, plumbers (the list goes on...) out there, it is difficult to know who you can trust to do a good job, charge a fair fee and put you - the customer - first. So, when you have a leaky tap, a cranky car or you need...
Airport of the Year and busiest month ever - but we talk to CEO Gordon Dewar about the effect of continuing APD. Last week Edinburgh Airport was named Airport of the Year by the National Transport Awards in London. CEO of Edinburgh Airport Gordon Dewar said : “This is another excellent reward for everyone at the airport and comes just a...
Labour MSPs have lodged a motion at Holyrood demanding an inquiry to investigate the undercover policing operations in Scotland, after a list of more than 200 groups in England was revealed by the Guardian. There are both political and non-political groups in England on the list compiled from the Pitchford inquiry which is ongoing, but there was no investigation into...