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1 hr ago | Connecticut Post
Starwood Capital Group, a Greenwich-based global private investment firm, has acquired The Roxburghe, a landmark hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland.
5 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
POLICE have launched a murder investigation following the death of an 85-year-old woman who was attacked and stabbed in her Edinburgh home two weeks ago.
10 hrs ago | BBC News
Ground investigations are to be carried out at a Moray primary school after aerial imagery emerged of a wartime trench on the playing fields.
14 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
The Gloster Meteor T7, like the one pictured above, currently on display at the Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre, Angus.
15 hrs ago | Midlothian Today
DALKEITH: All-night street lighting has returned to Dalkeith after complaints by Baillie T Laidlaw that the all-night lamps were "out" for a period of six weeks .
16 hrs ago | KRNV-TV Reno
Northern Nevada's Sage Ridge School leaves Tuesday morning to participate in the prestigious 2014 Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
19 hrs ago | Eastlothian Today
Karen Munro, Scott Robertson and Neil Wyllie from Preston Lodge High School and Andrew Munro from Musselburgh Grammar were invited to Holyrood Palace recently to be presented with Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards.
TRAVELLERS on Emirates' Glasgow to Dubai route consume more on-board alcohol than any of the airline's other routes.
A security warning has been issued after a number of people were conned out of money in a bogus bank scam.
People in East Lothian are being encouraged to take part in a poignant and symbolic initiative to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
A major new television series set in Scotland could serve as the country's answer to Game Of Thrones, according to tourism chiefs.
Covering the lines from North Berwick to Edinburgh Waverley and Dunbar to Edinburgh Waverley, the East Lothian Community Rail Partnership will work with local community groups, organisations and businesses as well as the rail industry to encourage more locals and visitors to use trains.
A rapist already serving a sentence for sex offences has been jailed for a further six years for attacks on underage girls in the Borders.
On 18 September 2014 the people of Scotland will vote in a referendum to decide their future: whether to continue as part of the United Kingdom, or whether to re-establish themselves as an independent country.
Located next to a historic canal on the site of a former industrial zone, Fountainbridge currently marks one of the largest proposed developments in the Scottish city.
Visit West Lothian has partnered with East and Midlothian Council to secure funding from VisitScotland's growth fund to further promote tourism within the area.
Pensioners of St Nicholas' Church lunch club in Dalkeith recently invited Scottish Labour's Finance spokesperson Iain Gray to join them.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:27 pm
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