There was a time when our great city – and it is a great city that is getting even better by the day – had enough sense of civic pride to kick its officials and politicians up and down the road if they did not perform to the best of their abilities.
The Edinburgh Reporter's insight:
We have been talking about bins for weeks now. If there are any overflowing bins around you then do tweet us a photo!
UNESCO has called on the UK government to demand changes to Edinburgh’s planning system in order to preserve the Old and New Towns, two of six UNESCO sites in Scotland. Mechtild Rössler, director of world heritage at UNESCO, had “strong concern” about urban conservation in the capital, citing worries including the “ribbon” hotel in the St James development.(...)
EDINBURGH'S Royal College of Surgeons are urged to withdraw Huang Jiefu’s title after an investigation showed people were allegedly having organs removed without anaesthetic before being burned alive.
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