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Scotland’s smallest pub opens on Grassmarket

The Wee Pub has room for a maximum of 20 drinkers

A PINT-sized pub opened its doors for business yesterday (tue), claiming to be Scotland’s smallest watering hole. The Edinburgh bar is so tiny it would fit four times into the six-yard box on a football pitch. The Wee Pub in the city’s popular Grassmarket has room for a maximum of 20 drinkers – assuming they […]

July 2nd, 2013 | Posted in Guest Blog,Scottish News,Top Stories | Read More »

Google Translate – does it really work?

18 APR Michelle Craw

Michelle  Craw is a Search Analyst with QueryClick. She speaks French and German and supports the management of localised content in their international campaigns. QueryClick helps clients get better results online through search engine optimisation (SEO) and strive to have its clients’ websites appear higher and perform better when internet users make Google searches   […]

April 18th, 2012 | Posted in Guest Blog | Read More »

Five ways the nursing shortage is affecting the elderly

Brooke believes a shortage of nurses is affecting care of the elderly

By Brooke Stafford IT IS no secret that there is a shortage of qualified medical personnel, and nurses are no exception. One segment of the population that is hardest hit by the shortage is the aging and elderly population. Below, are just five ways the nursing shortage is affecting the care of our parents and […]

December 21st, 2011 | Posted in Guest Blog | Read More »

BLOG: The Accidental Campaigner

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By Cally Day, Save RAF Lossiemouth Campaigner I will try to keep this brief, although the subject has been a long drawn out process and is still ongoing. I am a housewife, mother, and now, an accidental campaigner. On the 19th October 2010 our Prime Minister made a statement in the House of Commons stating […]

March 11th, 2011 | Posted in Guest Blog | Read More »

BLOG: Storm Lee – ‘music is the source of every good thing in my life’

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“Soulfillapopkilla is a re-release of my first record. I wrote most of the songs and co-produced it with Madonna/Seal maestro Marcus Brown. “We met during a songwriting session in Los Angeles while he was working on her ‘Drowned’ world tour and we clicked. “We got to writing and sketching out tracks and ideas and before […]

February 17th, 2011 | Posted in Guest Blog | Read More »

BLOG: Creating OneKind world for animals

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In the latest of our Guest Blog series, Martin Keane from OneKind tells about a year of change for the Edinburgh based charity. 2010 has represented a year of monumental change for OneKind. The organisation began this year as Advocates for Animals, but it was clear that something unique was being born. The charity was […]

December 21st, 2010 | Posted in Guest Blog | Read More »

BLOG: Fighting to keep you safe, whatever the weather

Chief Fire Officer Jimmy Campbell

The current extreme weather conditions in Lothian and Borders and across Scotland are making daily life challenging for people. Whilst some people will not be able to get to work, for those working in the emergency services we know we must endeavour to do what we can to ensure vital services are maintained 24/7, 365 […]

December 1st, 2010 | Posted in Guest Blog,Local News | Read More »

BLOG: Where’s there’s a will

Scott Rasmusen

As part of our new regular series, we’re delighted to have Scott Rasmusen, partner at Edinburgh law firm Gibson Kerr, as our first guest blogger tackling as he does the subject of wills and what he argues is the importance of avoiding putting off today, what others may regret tomorrow… “Although it’s tempting in the […]

November 26th, 2010 | Posted in Business,Guest Blog | Read More »

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