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Pizza Geeks give back to Edinburgh every Tuesday

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Pizza Geeks in Edinburgh are giving back to the local community through their ‘Pizza for the People’ initiative by opening their Haymarket restaurant from today - and every Tuesday - between 1-3pm to offer...

City firms tackling global food crisis

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Two Edinburgh firms have joined forces in a bid to help tackle the world food crisis. Intelligent Growth Solutions (IGS), the city-based vertical farming business, has partnered with the capital's ethical marketing specialists Zebra Growth...

New Nordic Walking course available in Portobello – join now

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Edinburgh Leisure's Ageing Well is looking for participants interested in joining a new Nordic Walking course, which they will be introducing in early spring.  The project is run in partnership with NHS Lothian and delivers...

The Edinburgh Reporter is popping up at St James Quarter – an invitation to...

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On Tuesday 1 February The Edinburgh Reporter is popping up at St James Quarter for the day. You will find us in Sook, (the ground floor unit next to Superdrug and underneath Pandora) from...

Match Report: Hibs take three points with win over Hearts

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An action packed SWPL1 Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle had the 3508 fans present on the edge of their seats till the final whistle in a fascinating fixture as Hearts went looking for revenge against...

Top sustainability rating for Edinburgh Napier

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The league table of UK universities, People and Planet, has named Edinburgh Napier University as the top in Scotland when it comes to environmental sustainability and ethics. This ranks universities on the basis of carbon...

At The Queen’s Hall – Phil Cunningham’s Christmas Songbook

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The biggest show at the Queen's Hall each December for the last decade and a half has to be Phil Cunnigham's Christmas Songbook - and it will be back this year. The man himself...

The Play That Goes Wrong – King’s Theatre

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A goofy sleuth spoof tour de farce of cock-up, clockwork precision. "…it offends me to the soul to hear a robustious/periwig-pated fellow tear a passion to tatters, to very rags,/ to split the ears...

Controlled explosion carried out at Gypsy Brae

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Bomb disposal experts have carried out a controlled explosion at Gypsy Brae following the discovery suspected ordnance items. The discovery was made earlier today at a flat on Comely Bank Grove in Stockbridge.  A large area...

Shanley makes move to Edinburgh City permanent

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Young footballer Ryan Shanley has left Hibs and signed for Edinburgh City.  The 20-year-old striker was on loan to the League Two club but it has been confirmed he has joined Gary Naysmith’s side permanently. Yesterday...

Lowland League: Spartans lose despite dominant performance as Civil draw in Alloa

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Spartans welcomed Caledonian Braves to a sun drenched Ainslie Park for yesterday’s Scottish Lowland Football League match.  Dougie Samuels men went into the game with stalwart Blair Carswell after the keeper was injured in last...

Edinburgh City pick up three points with home win

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Edinburgh City picked up all three points in their first home game of the season against Stenhousemuir last night. Ryan Shanley scored the only goal of the game on the half-hour mark after he capitalised...

Women’s Football: SWPL Cup roundup

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Hibs, Hearts and Spartans women were all in SWPL Cup action yesterday with two teams recording wins.  An intriguing SWPL Cup group match at Oriam saw Hearts hosting a St Johnstone side who narrowly missed...

Musselburgh pick up three points in five goal thriller against Jeanfield

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On a warm, humid afternoon, a cracking EOS Premier Division match was in prospect at Olivebank with two teams playing for the opportunity of going third in the table, and also for the home...

Easthouses Lily and Peebles share the spoils in East of Scotland Friday night action

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Easthouses Lily welcomed Borders side Peebles Rovers to Newbattle last night in an East of Scotland league match. The monsoon subsided early enough for both teams to produce a really entertaining fixture as Lily tried...

Competition – win a bottle of award-winning whisky

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Usually we print and distribute 6,000 copies of our free monthly newspaper around Edinburgh through the city's libraries, coffee shops and other city centre businesses. However, like so many other businesses, we have felt...

The Edinburgh Reporter January newspaper

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We continue to publish our monthly newspaper, and for the moment we produce the minimum print run that we can - 3,000 copies. Many of these are distributed around the city at both Leith...

FLASH SALE – advertising at our best ever rates

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Book your advertising space on our Edinburgh Reporter Best of... pages in the December issue of The Edinburgh Reporter and pay less than half the usual price. Reserve a space for your business or organisation...

Welcome funding awarded to The Edinburgh Reporter

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The editorial board of The Edinburgh Reporter is delighted to announce today that the European Journalism Centre (EJC) has awarded the publication €10,000 of emergency grant funding. The Edinburgh Reporter news group includes...

Helping us to help you – a petition to sign here

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Save Local Independent News: write to your MP today Local independent news providers like The Edinburgh Reporter are, according to recent research published by the Reuters Institute and the University of Oxford, the most trusted...

A toast to The Fine Wine Company – in vino veritas

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The Edinburgh Reporter is raising a glass to The Fine Wine Company who have agreed to enclose a free copy of our latest April edition with each delivery. Like most retailers impacted by coronavirus The...

Our website is migrating to a whizzy new server….

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Please forgive us for not posting articles here while our website is moved to a new server. We will be publishing any articles on Facebook meantime and you can also catch up with our...

The Edinburgh Reporter newspaper November 2019

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Have you read our latest newspaper yet? You can find it in any city library, branches of Farmers Autocare, the ESPC on George Street and in Ocean Terminal. Just in case you have missed...

The Edinburgh Reporter December issue

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This is our December print issue which you can pick up from all city libraries and all branches of Farmer's Autocare as well as many other city centre outlets. If you would like our paper...

The Edinburgh Reporter – 30,000 articles online!

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This is our 30,000th article online. Quite an achievement we think! We hope you like what you read here and if you do then perhaps you might be persuaded to think of making a small...

The Edinburgh Reporter September issue

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Here is the fabulously colourful September issue which hit the streets at the beginning of this month. Remember you can pick up a copy at any local library across Edinburgh.  

The Edinburgh Reporter – August issue

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Here you are - now you can read the electronic version of the August issue of The Edinburgh Reporter. We hope you like it and that you also like reading it in print. You can pick...

The Edinburgh Reporter July issue

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We produce a newspaper each month. It is available from all city libraries by the first of the month and a variety of other stockists in and around the city centre. Here you can read...

The Edinburgh Reporter newspaper – June issue

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Did you know that we publish a monthly newspaper? This month it had 24 pages of local news, views and what's on. 6,000 copies were distributed across the city libraries, hotels and businesses in...

Friends of the Earth support Pedal on Parliament

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This year will be the seventh annual  cycling protest Pedal on Parliament which will set off from Middle Meadow Walk at midday today. Thousands of cyclists and pedestrians are expected to travel the route...

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