Dear All, Happy New Year! Bit stormy and there’s snow, so there’s not so much gardening going on at the moment, though drop-ins are still on every Tuesday and Saturday when the weather is...
Daily Archive: January 17, 2018
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A 15-year-old youth has been charged in connection with motorcycle disorder that occurred across Edinburgh on Saturday (January 13). The male was charged following reports of a series of incidents involving off-road motorcycles which occurred...
A group of Edinburgh College students have teamed up with Edinburgh Harley Davidson to raise £1319.57 for local children’s charity The Yard.
The effects of the rising flu rate are being seen across A&E departments, Health Secretary Shona Robison said yesterday. Latest figures show the number of people reporting flu-like symptoms shows no sign of slowing.
Executives from the Royal Bank of Scotland will appear before the Scottish Affairs Committee this morning in a one off session to examine planned branch closures.
The RAF Association is looking to recruit volunteers across Edinburgh for its befriending service, which pairs volunteers with members of the RAF community who are struggling with feeling lonely or isolated.
The Prime Minister will today set out how the UK government is tackling loneliness and combating social isolation by announcing that the government is accepting a series of recommendations from the Jo Cox Commission on...
Travellers are being warned of a high risk of disruption, after the Met Office upgraded its weather warning for parts of south west and central Scotland.
The City of Edinburgh Council is set to keep the city moving throughout this week’s wintry conditions. With the city facing freezing temperatures, snow and ice, plans are underway to minimise any resulting disruption.