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The City of Edinburgh Council's Leader Cammy Day has responded to the Scottish Government's decision to scrap its annual targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Clearly, many people will share my disappointment with the Scottish Government’s decision...
The Usher Hall has further cemented its reputation as the Capital’s foremost concert hall with a five-star quality rating from VisitScotland as part of its Quality Assurance Scheme. The report, compiled during anonymous visits by VisitScotland inspectors,...

Revolutionising Glaucoma Care in Edinburgh: A Community-Based Approach

Residents of Edinburgh dealing with glaucoma will shortly have the opportunity to receive support locally, eliminating the need for hospital visits, courtesy of an...

Catch ‘Ghost’ in Gold Class for a Good Cause: Scottish Love in Action’s Cinema Night

Next Thursday the local charity, Scottish Love in Action holds its annual Cinema Night. Scottish Love in Action has been running a Cinema Night for...

A Scottish Sculptor’s Masterpiece: Amelia Hill’s Work Graces Dreweatts Auction

MARCH 2024. Dreweatts is excited to offer a marble bust by eminent Scottish sculptor Amelia Robertson Hill (1821-1904) (née Paton), in its upcoming Fine...

Edinburgh Marriott Hotel Holyrood’s Refurbishment Leads to Beneficial Partnership with Scottish Veterans Residences

The recent transformation of the erstwhile Holyrood Hotel into the new Edinburgh Marriott Hotel Holyrood has led to the donation of over £11,000 in...

Unlock Your Child’s Potential: LEGO’s Free ‘Unstoppable’ Creative Workshops

Excited to Dive into "Unstoppable"? The LEGO Group is thrilled to announce the rollout of its newest series of complimentary workshops, both in-store and...

Cultivating Young Voices: St Mary’s Music School’s Unique Vocal Programmes

The Vocal Department at St Mary’s Music School is the only one of its kind in Scotland and the North of England. Singing is...

Scotland’s Call to Action: Boosting Charity Support Through Film

LONDON, 14 FEBRUARY 2024: Scotland was recently found to be the least charitable region in the UK with only 28% of people supporting charities...

Edinburgh’s Heritage Horizon: Shaping the Future of the Old and New Towns

The proposed new management plan for Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns’ World Heritage Site encompasses several actions, including addressing the climate emergency, fostering a...

Capturing the Essence of Scotland: Clive Ramage’s Solo Showcase at Graystone Gallery in ‘Northern Lights’

Graystone Gallery is pleased to reveal 'Northern Lights', an exquisite new solo exhibition showcasing the talents of artist Clive Ramage. The show features over...

Scotland and Ireland Uphold Funding to UNRWA Amidst Global Scrutiny

Scotland and Ireland have reaffirmed their commitment to funding the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), amidst global differences in...

Merchiston Castle School Attains UNICEF’s Gold Award: A Triumph for Children’s Rights

Merchiston Castle School, Scotland's sole independent all-boys boarding school, has attained the prestigious Gold Award in UNICEF's Rights Respecting Schools programme. Established by UNICEF UK...

Edinburgh’s Advice Shop Achieves Prestigious Accreditation in Welfare Rights and Debt Counseling

The Advice Shop of the City of Edinburgh Council has obtained accreditation to the Scottish National Standards for Information and Advice Providers. The Advice Shop...

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