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Edinburgh Mela cancelled due to high winds

Edinburgh Mela cancelled due to high winds | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
ONE of Edinburgh’s most flamboyant dance and music festivals was forced to close hours before its finale last night after high winds brought chaos to the site.
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Police close off Jamaica Mews for firearms search

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POLICE have closed off an Edinburgh street and bomb disposal units have been seen as officers carried out a search of a house.
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Chocolart: Exhibit you can eat comes to Edinburgh

Chocolart: Exhibit you can eat comes to Edinburgh | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
IT SOUNDS like something conjured up inside Willy Wonka’s mysterious factory – a dark room in which the walls are made entirely of chocolate.
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And we have a video interview with Nicky Wilson of Jupiter Artland here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P54togdJ20M&list=UUpyjaNvEF_ryiKTJ6QxCkIA

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Merger creates Edinburgh’s largest letting agency

Merger creates Edinburgh’s largest letting agency | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
EDINBURGH’S biggest letting agency will be created this month when three of the capital’s long-established property management firms are brought together into a single operation.
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Former CEO of ESPC appears to be making his mark in his new role at Lomond

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Hungry Edinburgh cabbie blocks city's tram lines as she parks her cab to grab ... - Scottish Daily Record

Hungry Edinburgh cabbie blocks city's tram lines as she parks her cab to grab ... - Scottish Daily Record | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
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A TWIT of a taxi driver nipped into McDonald's for a snack and paralysed Edinburgh's £776million tram network.
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Nick De Luca: Scotland and Edinburgh centre to join Biarritz - BBC Sport

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Nick De Luca: Scotland and Edinburgh centre to join Biarritz
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Edinburgh and Scotland centre Nick De Luca will join French Top 14 side Biarritz at the end of the season.
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MP Eric Joyce fined £1,500 after admitting abusive behaviour at Edinburgh airport

MP Eric Joyce fined £1,500 after admitting abusive behaviour at Edinburgh airport | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
Falkirk MP Eric Joyce was fined £1,500 at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Friday after admitting abusive behaviour at the city’s airport.
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Scots charity use climbing to keep kids from crime

Scots charity use climbing to keep kids from crime | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
HUNDREDS of feet above the bustling “favelas” of Rio de Janeiro, a climber carefully pads up a blank sweep of granite, concentrating on the precise placement of hands and feet.
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£75m St Andrew Square scheme to go ahead

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A MAJOR £75 million development is set to change the face of shopping in the city centre – seven years after permission was first granted for the new mall and offices on St Andrew Square.
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Development in St Andrew Square now on the cards!

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National Union of Journalists partners with regional publishers for training project - Journalism News from HoldtheFrontPage

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Joyce McMillan: Why St Stephen’s must be saved

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The fight is on to save one of Edinburgh’s finest Fringe venues from closure
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St Stephen's Church has been put on the market for sale by the Church of Scotland. A community bid is likely to be made to try and keep it out of the hands of private developers. But there are restrictions on the future uses of the building in the titles, meaning that any developer might be restricted in what they could do with this large building.

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Online exhibition tells the story of the Usher Hall

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Our new online exhibition tells the story of Edinburgh’s landmark concert venue. In 1896, Andrew Usher, a member of the distilling and brewing family with a passion for music, gifted £100,000 to th...
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Casting call as Sunshine on Leith gets set for Edinburgh Fringe

Casting call as Sunshine on Leith gets set for Edinburgh Fringe | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
PRODUCERS are trying to unearth new stage stars for the all-singing, all-dancing Fringe premiere of Sunshine on Leith.
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Power station output 'could double'

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More hydro power for Scotland? 

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Edinburgh churches quit Kirk over gay ordination

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TWO Edinburgh churches are quitting the Kirk just weeks before the General Assembly over the issue of gay ordination.
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Around 35 firefighters tackle blaze at seven-storey office block

Around 35 firefighters tackle blaze at seven-storey office block | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
The fire broke out on the ground floor of the premises at around 10.37am in Thistle Street Lane next to St Andrew Square on Saturday.
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Cabbie makes Big Mac-stake – Edinburgh's Worst Drivers

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Gig review: Adam Ant, Edinburgh - Scotsman

Gig review: Adam Ant, Edinburgh - Scotsman | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
Scotsman Gig review: Adam Ant, Edinburgh Scotsman ADAM Ant's transformation from predatory punk to panstick-coated pop star back at the cusp of the 80s – call it the moment when he doubled the drummers in his band – was so dramatic that it seems...
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Head of Essential Edinburgh Andy Neal reveals what it takes to help keep the city looking fresh for visitors and local people throughout the year

Head of Essential Edinburgh Andy Neal reveals what it takes to help keep the city looking fresh for visitors and local people throughout the year | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
In his role as Head of Essential Edinburgh, Andy Neal has worked with hundreds of local businesses to help transform the city centre
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Church and Society Council Secretary moves to Edinburgh charity - Church of Scotland

Church and Society Council Secretary moves to Edinburgh charity - Church of Scotland | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
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Unstoppable 104-year-old embarks on charity walk for sick kids

Unstoppable 104-year-old embarks on charity walk for sick kids | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
SAM MARTINEZ, who settled in Edinburgh after growing up in Belize, has no plans of slowing down in his old age and will take part in a sponsored walk for children's cancer charity Cclasp.
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Prepare your taste buds for a cupful of Cairngorm's finest

Prepare your taste buds for a cupful of Cairngorm's finest | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
The Cairngorm Coffee Company will open its doors on Frederick Street in March.
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Council slammed for giving payday loan firm £700k

Council slammed for giving payday loan firm £700k | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
CITY leaders have effectively subsidised a payday loan company with £700,000 of council taxpayers’ money – despite their public opposition to the controversial lenders who charge massive interest rates to some of the city’s most vulnerable people.
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This Tweet From Edinburgh City Police Wins Valentine's Day Twitter

This Tweet From Edinburgh City Police Wins Valentine's Day Twitter | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
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Any better than this? 

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Edinburgh Council approves plans for Princes Street Halifax branch

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BAM Properties change of use application approved for Princes Street site
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Councillors have voted to approve the plans contrary to the recommendation of the planning officers. 

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Pizza dough spews out of wheelie bin

Pizza dough spews out of wheelie bin | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
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Doh!

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