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Teaching union says politicians must listen to teachers

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Scotland's teaching union has warned that Edinburgh politicians need to ‘listen to school leaders’ about the ‘enormous strain’ teachers are facing, ahead of a return to schools next week.Andy Gray, Chief Education Officer at...

Letter from Scotland

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We have been enjoying the warmest February day for over 120 years. (18.3C in Aboyne).  A week of mild weather has lulled into thinking the winter of our discontent is over. The birds are...

Letter from Scotland

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Oh happy day ! For 132,000 young Scots, the exam season is over.  It all began with drama and economics on 28th April and it has ended with philosophy and child care.  The English...

Monday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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  Before The Diving: little is known about ancient Penguin civilisation, but the recent discovery of early Penguin eggshell drawings provides a fascinating though slightly disconcerting insight into their previously unknown empire. Haika Maeda, a Chinese/Japanese artist...

What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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Plenty happening again this week - from fundraisers for Palestine, Water for Life and the Scouts, to films from Poland, Africa and Italy. Books will be launched, exhibitions will be opened, French and Russian...

Demonstration at KFC Meadowbank

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A planned protest by right-wing groups against Kentucky Fried Chicken’s policy of selling halal food at Meadowbank Shopping Centre failed to materialise today. In response to the proposed demonstration, over twenty members of assorted groups...

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