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Scottish Business Network presidential visit to Edinburgh

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Ian Houston, President of the Scottish of the Scottish Business Network (SBN) US and Ambassador for SBN in Washington, DC is visiting Edinburgh in October as part of a Scottish visit. The purpose of the...

New BioCube officially opened at BioQuarter

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A new cell and gene therapy manufacturing facility has been formally opened at BioQuarter. The BioCube will be an additional home to RoslinCT which is one of the leaders in this area of science. The...

Work underway on social rent homes in Midlothian

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Work is undreway on the construction of 57 affordable homes in a prime location within Midlothian, being built by CALA Homes (East) on behalf of Dunedin Canmore, part of Wheatley Group. Including the 16 cottage...

New at Conifox – Christmas Market this December

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Conifox Adventure Park is gearing up for its Christmas Experience which will be back from late November, and will include for the first time a Christmas Market. The walkabout winter wonderland will be an...

Coronavirus – Thursday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. The number of cases is falling and the number of people in hospital was...

Council publish annual report on poverty in Edinburgh

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The council has reported progress on dealing with poverty in the city and the council's ambition to end poverty by 2030. Latest data shows that around 78,900 people in Edinburgh live in poverty after...

Coronavirus – Tuesday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. The number of cases is falling and the number of people in hospital was...

Government help for first time buyers is essential

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Edinburgh estate agents are urging The Scottish Government to change its financial assistance programme for first time buyers which, they say, is unworkable in the current housing market. Members of the Edinburgh Conveyancing Group are...

City solicitors recruit new trainees

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Law firm Thorntons, which has an office in Edinburgh, has recruited six more trainee solicitors. Ten others were already recruited earlier this year, ensuring that the firm continues to grow as planned. The trainees...

WanderWomen dark walks begin on Wednesday

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Dark walks for women begin on Wednesday and will continue all the way through the winter, aiming to empower women, switch on their senses and encourage spending time outside no matter what the weather....

Moving BioQuarter forward

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At Tuesday's Policy and Sustainability Committee a decision will be taken by councillors which will allow the development of the area known as BioQuarter to move forward. As it stands there are several entities...

Coronavirus – Monday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. The number of cases is falling and the number of people in hospital was...

Royal opening of new parliamentary session – in photos

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HM The Queen and Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay attended the opening ceremony for the sixth session of The Scottish Parliament at Holyrood today. There was a small crowd outside...

Coronavirus – Friday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. The number of cases is falling and the number of people in hospital was...

Attempted robbery at Claremont Court – appeal for witnesses

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Following an attempted robbery at Claremont Court, just off East Claremont Street, on 28 September, police are seeking the public's help. The incident took place at 10.50pm on Tuesday 28 September 2021 at a...

Coronavirus – Wednesday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. These continue to show a downward trend since the highs of August and the...

Coronavirus – Tuesday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. These continue to show a downward trend since the highs of August and the...

New CEO appointed at Carbogenics

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Carbogenics, an Edinburgh-based circular economy start-up supporting the farming, wastewater and food waste sectors, appointed a new chief executive who has a track record in sustainability and innovation. Ed Craig, founder and former executive director...

All Under One Banner march takes place in Edinburgh

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Although their original route had to be abandoned, the independence supporters All Under One Banner marched today from The Royal Commonwealth Pool to The Scottish Parliament to highlight their cause. This was the first...

Edinburgh Short Film Festival Announces 2021 Programme

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The Edinburgh Short Film Festival (ESFF) has announced its 2021 programme. From Colombian drama to Chinese animation, there’s the usual host of international award winners and local heroes screening at Summerhall and online. The 2021 ESFF...

Coronavirus – Friday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. These continue to show a downward trend but the test positivity rate has increased...

Coronavirus – Wednesday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. The figures are reproduced in our table below. These are showing a downward trend and the test positivity rate is lower than...

Coronavirus – Tuesday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland publishes the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland each day. the figures are probably an underreporting today as NHS Borders Lab has not submitted any lab files in the past 24...

Underbelly applies for additional planning permission for Edinburgh’s Christmas 2021

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The producers, Underbelly, who are still under contract to The City of Edinburgh Council to put on the events in the city centre to celebrate the festive season have submitted the planning applications which...

Coronavirus – Monday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland has published the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland. Figures today are affected by the lack of a report from NHS Grampian Lab who have not submitted results since Saturday. From today...

What’s on – Steeleye Span at The Queen’s Hall

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1970 would prove to be a vintage year for music and the start of an era that would change the world. For Steeleye Span – formed the year before - it would mark a...

Coronavirus – Thursday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland has published the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland. There is a technical issue with the number of cases and vaccinations today but the number of people who have died is 26,...

Coronavirus – Wednesday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland has published the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland. The number of cases in Scotland is stated as 4,917The number of positive cases in Lothian in the past 24 hours is 768...

Dementia friendly projects at Capital Theatres

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During Dementia Activism Week, Tuesday 21 September is World Alzheimer's Day which this year has the theme Know Dementia, Know Alzheimer's. Capital Theatres in Edinburgh collaborate with people who have dementia or Alzheimer's and those...

Coronavirus – Tuesday’s figures

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Public Health Scotland has published the latest data on Covid-19 in Scotland. The number of cases in Scotland is stated as 3,375The number of positive cases in Lothian in the past 24 hours is 541The...

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