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There are places I remember …

Things change. In life. In love. In the day to day. It’s inevitable. You could be wandering along, quite content, when something happens to make you consider...

Army could deploy in Edinburgh to fight winter

THE ARMY could be deployed on the streets of Edinburgh to battle the invasion of ice and snow which brought much of the city to...

Snow and ice force the closure of the M8

STRANDED lorry drivers were the saviour to many on Monday night as they dished out crisp supplies to the lines of snow-ridden motorists on the...

Wild winter closes M8 for second night

TRANSPORT chiefs ordered Scotland’s busiest motorway be closed for a second night tonight (tues) as plunging temperatures hampered efforts to re-open the M8. Bear Scotland told...

It’s Frankie spoil as fans left out in cold again

THOUSANDS of fans who missed out on seeing Scots comedian Frankie Boyle in Glasgow on Monday night because of arctic weather have been left out...

Wikileaks firm more worried about snow

THE boss of a Scots firm dragged into the row over Wikileaks and US security says he is more concerned about surviving the snow than...

Police lead efforts to free stranded lorries

RESCUERS are this morning  working to free dozens of lorries trapped in white out conditions on the M8 motorway heading West from Edinburgh. Emergency planners involving...

Capitals narrowly miss out to mighty Giants

EDINBURGH CAPITALS 1 - 2 BELFAST GIANTS Match Report: Andrew Reeves As the Capitals are returning to full strength from illness and injury, there is an obvious...

Snowfall brings Edinburgh to a standstill

BLIZZARD conditions brought Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians slithering to a standstill within the matter of only a few hours. Paths, roads and pavement only just...

Victory for Capitals in close match against Giants

EDINBURGH CAPITALS 5 - 4 BELFAST GIANTS Match Report: Andrew Reeves   The mood in the Edinburgh Capitals’ dressing room was buzzing following last week’s victory but how would they...

Warning over car snowjacking attacks

POLICE are warning motorists to beware of the latest crime-wave after a spate of car SNOW-jackings. Motorists are being targeted by gangs and opportunist thieves as...

Jobs boost for green energy

SCOTLAND has been chosen by a top energy leader to be the site of a new engineering facility meaning an investment of up to £100...

BLOG: Let’s get Edinburgh moving again

First of all, some good news: the Met Office is predicting a dry, bright few days to come here in Edinburgh, so that should...

Sales of salt and grit soar as the country endures the winter weather

By Maria Stapleton DIY stores say sales of rock salt and grit have shot up by more than 1000 per cent in recent days as Brits...

People take advantage of days off school and work on ski slopes

WHILE the rest of the country is gripped by freezing temperatures and chaotic roads, keen skiers and snowboarders have been reveling in the fact that...

England lose bid to host 2018 World Cup finals

England have failed in their bid to win the rights to host the World Cup finals in 2018. Their three lions of Prince William, footballer star...

Olympic champions confirm they will run in Edinburgh

Reigning Olympic gold medallists Asbel Kiprop and Brimin Kipruto have confirmed they will compete at the Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross Country in January. The Kenyans, who...

Six-year-old design prodigy launches his own design label

A SIX-year-old design prodigy is launching his own design label as an online business next week. From a very young age, Alexander Daniel Patterson Taylor, who...

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