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Telford Graduate films hit the heights

Telford Graduate films hit the heights | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
‘Curtain up! Dim the lights! We got nothing to hit but the heights!’ That was the blurb in the Edinburgh Filmhouse programme and Wednesday’s showing certainly lived up to it’s billing. Telf...
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Edinburgh and Glasgow Draw Tough Heineken Cup Pools | Scottish Rugby Blog

Edinburgh and Glasgow Draw Tough Heineken Cup Pools | Scottish Rugby Blog | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
The Scottish pro-teams both drew tricky Heineken Cup pools for next season, but neither is particularly in a pool of death.
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The Outlook is bleak as city ‘Pravda’ to be axed - Edinburgh Evening News - Scotsman.com

The Outlook is bleak as city ‘Pravda’ to be axed - Edinburgh Evening News - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
THE council newspaper dubbed Pravda for its unwaveringly positive coverage of city leaders will be axed, it was confirmed today.
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Edinburgh Council puts cost of removing taxis from Waverley at £1m - Transport - Scotsman.com

Edinburgh Council puts cost of removing taxis from Waverley at £1m - Transport - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
TAXPAYERS are facing a £1 million bill if cabbies are forced out of Edinburgh’s main railway station.
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Former book festival chief Jan Fairley dies - Scotland - Scotsman.com

JAN Fairley, the former director of the Edinburgh International Book Festival and highly respected world music writer, has died.
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Liberton High School gets on its marks as London 2012 approaches

Liberton High School gets on its marks as London 2012 approaches | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
The school was visited by Commonwealth Games gold-winner Steve Frew for their very own mini Olympics.
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Two killed and A9 closed by crash between van and bus taking music fans to RockNess music festival

Two killed and A9 closed by crash between van and bus taking music fans to RockNess music festival | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
A VAN driver and his passenger were killed today in a horror crash with a bus carrying fans to the RockNess music festival in the Highlands.
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Hay Festival 2012: It was an open and shut case for the resurrection of Rebus - Telegraph

Hay Festival 2012: It was an open and shut case for the resurrection of Rebus - Telegraph | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
Ian Rankin talks of the return of his literary sleuth – and of caring for his disabled son...
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Hunt for disease source continues

Hunt for disease source continues | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
Efforts continue to trace the source of the Legionnaires' disease outbreak that has so far infected 40 people in Edinburgh.
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Developers stand firm on campus plan - Property News - Scotsman.com

THE firm behind one of the most controversial developments in Edinburgh in recent years has refused to scale back its plans, setting itself on a collision course with the new council administration in the capital.
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Third world Edinburgh: Tourists slam state of roads in Scots capital | Deadline News

Third world Edinburgh: Tourists slam state of roads in Scots capital | Deadline News | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
TOURISTS from the Third World are complaining that the Scottish capital’s roads are worse than back home.
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Suspected Legionnaire’s cases in Edinburgh rise to ten - Health - Scotsman.com

Suspected Legionnaire’s cases in Edinburgh rise to ten - Health - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
CASES of Legionnaire’s disease in the capital have risen to six, in an outbreak believed to have originated in contaminated cooling towers in the west of the city.
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The Sun, the Moon and a Boy Called River, Craigmillar Arts Space, Edinburgh | Herald Scotland

The Sun, the Moon and a Boy Called River, Craigmillar Arts Space, Edinburgh | Herald Scotland | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
It's not quite a year since Iain Johnstone took over the artistic reins at Wee Stories, and for those who were wondering \...
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St David’s gets bright!

St David’s gets bright! | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
This article was written last winter but we’ve only just received it. The road safety message is as relevant in summer as it is in deepest winter, though, so: Despite the miserable weather, S...
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Princes Street wheel put on hold

Princes Street wheel put on hold | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
Plans for a 60m tall Ferris wheel in Princes Street Gardens are put on hold due to problems building the structure.
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Carpet law to stamp out neighbour noise - Edinburgh - Scotsman.com

Carpet law to stamp out neighbour noise - Edinburgh - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
LANDLORDS across Edinburgh are set to be forced to lay carpets under new laws designed to crackdown on noise nuisance.
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Police probe fire at bus depot

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Lothian and Borders Police are treating a blaze at a bus depot on the outskirts of Edinburgh as deliberate.
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Teenager dies in hospital after collapsing at RockNess music festival

Teenager dies in hospital after collapsing at RockNess music festival | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
A TEENAGE boy thought to have taken drugs has died at a music festival in the Highlands.
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One in five Princes Street shops could soon be empty - Top stories - Scotsman.com

One in five Princes Street shops could soon be empty - Top stories - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
A FIFTH of shops in Princes Street could soon be lying empty as Scotland’s most famous shopping street struggles to cope with the retail slump, the growth in online purchasing and the continuing saga of the Edinburgh trams.
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Edinburgh Tram staff’s parking is ‘a disgrace’ - Top stories - Scotsman.com

TRAM workers have been accused of turning central Edinburgh into a £1 billion private car park.
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Bridging the gap, a new landmark for Leith - Transport - Scotsman.com

Bridging the gap, a new landmark for Leith - Transport - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
ONE OF the key thoroughfares affected by disruption from Edinburgh’s tram works would become home to a major new “green bridge” under a bid to kick-start its regeneration.
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Prof Dame Joan Stringer to retire from Edinburgh Napier University post - Education - Scotsman.com

Prof Dame Joan Stringer to retire from Edinburgh Napier University post - Education - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
THE first woman to become vice chancellor of a Scottish university is to step down after 10 years in the post.Professor Dame Joan Stringer is to retire as principal and vice chancellor of Edinburgh Napier University in June 2013, it was announced...
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Parking fines in Capital soar - Transport - Scotsman.com

Parking fines in Capital soar - Transport - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
A SHORT cul-de-sac beside a busy medical centre is today revealed as one of the most-ticketed streets in the Capital.
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Five Things To Do In Edinburgh: Tuesday June 5 - What's On - Scotsman.com

Five Things To Do In Edinburgh: Tuesday June 5 - What's On - Scotsman.com | Today's Edinburgh News | Scoop.it
Your pick of nights out in the city...
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Taste of celebration in Edinburgh

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The BBC's James Cook reports from a street party in Edinburgh, where people are holding a celebration for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
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