Friday, September 17, 2021
Surgeons Quarter, Surgeon's Quarter Revenue Manager Jackie Hudson

Festival occupancy surge welcomed by city hotel bosses

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Soaring guest bookings at Edinburgh’s largest independent hotel in August have helped to spark new optimism for the capital’s hospitality sector.Ten Hill Place saw occupancy rates reach 90% during August - up from 50%...
Marionville Court Care Home - Scottish Care News

Scots carer struck off for forcing resident to eat causing her to throw up

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A “BULLY” Scots carer has been struck off after forcing a resident with dementia to eat, causing her to throw up. The Scottish Social Services Council’s (SSSC) report listed several incidents involving Susan Jane Worth,...
Xander - animal news Scotland

Beloved white peacock breaks his neck when spooked by dog off lead

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A SCOTS town is in mourning after a popular white peacock broke its neck whilst trying to escape a dog off it’s lead. Xander died instantly after flying into a glass veranda when a dog...

Olympic Hero Duncan Encourages Scots To Dive In

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OLYMPIC hero Duncan Scott is inspiring the biggest drive ever to encourage Scots of all ages and abilities to learn to swim.As part of his role as Learn to Swim Ambassador, Duncan is supporting...
Maxies Bistro CCTV outside - Food and Drink News Scotland

Scots restaurant owner claims she’s lost £1,700 due to “dine-and-dash” tourists

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A SCOTS restaurant owner has claimed she has lost around £1,700 over recent weeks due to brazen diners leaving without paying.Lynn MacLeod said she has never experienced so many bill dodgers in the 20...

Paw-some visits at Edinburgh housing development

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AN EDINBURGH housing development has organised pet therapy sessions for elderly customers to help combat loneliness, following initial success throughout lockdown.Cocker spaniel, Caly, has been visiting customers at Bield’s Castlebrae Glebe in Craigmillar twice...
AberNecessities with their donations | Scottish Charity News

Scots charity inundated with donations after desperate appeal to help kids

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A SCOTS charity has been inundated with donations after making a desperate appeal to help children without duvets.Volunteers from the AberNecessities children's charity in Dyce, Aberdeenshire, were left “crying with happiness” yesterday by the...
The giant snake - Scottish Animal News

Scot gets fright of his life after stumbling across boa constrictor in park

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A SCOT had the fright of his life after stumbling across a huge boa constrictor at a Glasgow park.Jack Carson spotted the snake, which was around 14ft long, near Drumry Train Station in Clydebank,...
The centre in the old House of Fraser building - Scottish Health News

Construction worker hospitalised after incident at Scotland’s new Johnnie Walker visitor centre

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A CONSTRUCTION worker has been hospitalised after allegedly being "crushed under a disability platform lift" at Scotland's new Johnnie Walker visitor centre.The horrifying incident happened yesterday at the new multi-million pound centre on Princes...
Scottish Water Top Up Tap Challenge, Your Water Your Life, Race Fitness Head Coach Kieron Ross

Edinburgh’s Tap Trail Inspires New Workout Challenge

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 Edinburgh’s network of distinctive Scottish Water Top up Taps has inspired a new outdoor workout challenge with a difference.Kieron Ross, Head Coach and founder of city-based Race Fitness, has plotted a 15.5 km route...
Horses racing at Musselburgh - Musselburgh Horse Racing

Musselburgh preview – Star to Zoom in on glory on Tuesday

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Musselburgh Racecourse stages a competitive seven-race card on Tuesday afternoon. The racing gets underway at 1.50pm and concludes at 5.00pm. The ground at the track is currently Good, Good tyo Soft in places soft and...

Rustic cottage on remote Scots island with 60 inhabitants hits market for £150,000

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A RUSTIC cottage on a tiny remote Scottish island with just 60 inhabitants has gone on the market for £150,000.The rare opportunity to live in picturesque solitude has arisen after the property on the...
Grahame holes his first ace | Golf News Scotland

Scots golfer has first hole in one caught on camera – just three months...

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A SCOTS golfer had his first hole in one caught on camera - just three months after he took up the game. Graham McFarlane scored an ace on the 5th hole at Lochgelly Golf Club...
Horses racing at Musselburgh - Musselburgh Horse Racing

Horse Racing preview – Sun looks to rise at Musselburgh on Friday

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MUSSELBURGH Racecourse stages a competitive seven-race card on Friday afternoon. The action gets underway at 2.15pm and concludes at 5.40pm.The ground at the track is currently soft and the feature event is at 4.00pm...
The 5-bedroom property - Property News Scotland

One of Scotland’s most expensive rentals up for grabs at an eye-watering £7,000-per-month –...

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ONE of Scotland’s most expensive rentals is up for grabs at £7,000-per-month - but tenants will also need to cough up an extra £10,500 for the deposit.The five-bedroom townhouse is located on Ann Street...
Social Care, Cramond residence gardening project

Pensioners enjoy a summer of horticulture

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GREEN-fingered pensioners at an Edinburgh care home are being treated to a summer full of activities designed to get them interacting with nature.As an antidote to the cold weather and darkness of lockdown, the...
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University in Edinburgh announces its new chancellor for the next five years

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AN EDINBURGH university has announced their new chancellor after the departure of their previous one who was appointed in 2015.Will Whitehorn is the one taking over the role from Dr David Eustace as Chancellor...
The gridlocked street - Scottish Traffic News

Scots council blasted by fuming locals after footage emerges of ambulance stuck in gridlock...

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A SCOTS council has been blasted by fuming locals after footage emerged on social media of an ambulance believed to be stuck in gridlock traffic for 15 minutes.The video, which was filmed on Broughton...
Sally and the busker - Scottish News

Heartwarming video shows tourist tot dancing to bagpipes in Edinburgh

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THIS is the heartwarming moment a 1-year-old tot on holiday with her family in Scotland dances along to bagpipes on Edinburgh's Royal Mile. Yasmine Swarbrick and Oliver Carswell, from Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, were on holiday in...
Willo stood up in duvet - Animal News Scotland

Hilarious video captures moment Scots puppy gets tangled up in a duvet

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THIS is the moment where a puppy is caught on camera by its owners struggling to escape a duvet. Claire Morris, from East Lothian filmed her Springer Spaniel Willo having fun in the quilt yesterday...
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