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  1. Burleigh relishes Ulster challenge as Edinburgh start to believeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Phil Burleigh, who came off the bench to score Edinburgh's equalising try against Scarlets last week, believes his side can continue their Guinness Pro12 revival when they square up to Ulster on Friday. Phil Burleigh, who came off the bench to score Edinburgh's equalising try against Scarlets last week, believes his side can continue their Guinness Pro12 revival when they square up to Ulster on Friday.

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  2. Edinburgh Hotel Puts Guests Within Swinging Distance of Scotland's Best Golf TournamentsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Market Wire

    With this year's Ryder Cup disappearing in the rearview mirror, golf enthusiasts are already looking ahead to the next big event scheduled to sweep across Scotland's legendary greens. And while those tournaments -- the Scottish Open and the British Open -- won't take place until next summer, the truly devoted are already marking their calendars.

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  3. Product News - What's On For Climbers, Buxton Adventure FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UKClimbing.com

    What's On For Climbers, Buxton Adventure Festival added 30/Sep/2014, see all Buxton Adventure Festival news & reviews announcement by Buxton Adventure Festival This announcement has been read 147 times Back for its second year, the Petzl Lead Climbing Championship is a national competition aimed at lead climbers of all... The organisers of the 2014 European Outdoor Film Tour are today releasing the full programme for this year's tour which visits... The Annual Stoke Shakedown is a combination of all these problems and funky WOW ideas and turning it into a 1 day... We've got a great programme for climbers at this year's Buxton Adventure Festival in the Peak District including Tim Emmett & Shauna Coxsey.

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  4. Happy Birthday HydroRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    ROD Stewart started a love affair on the banks of the Clyde the moment he walked on stage at the Hydro Arena, a year ago tomorrow. The spaceship-like Hydro Arena has transformed the Clydeside and has helped attract some of the biggest names in world music to play Glasgow.

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  5. Gala hoping for better . . .Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    George Graham has always been one of rugby's granite-hewn characters, but the normally flinty Gala coach admitted he was distraught at the end of last season when his Borders side lost the RBS Premiership title after going down 34-33 to Ayr, while Melrose were beating Currie just five miles away. George Graham has always been one of rugby's granite-hewn characters, but the normally flinty Gala coach admitted he was distraught at the end of last season when his Borders side lost the RBS Premiership title after going down 34-33 to Ayr, while Melrose were beating Currie just five miles away.

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  6. Di Maggio's chain launches a luxury-liner style bar and grillRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    THE co-owner of Scotland's largest independent restaurant chain, Di Maggio's, has highlighted a "great run" of trading as the company launches its long-awaited Anchor Line bar and grill in Glasgow. THE co-owner of Scotland's largest independent restaurant chain, Di Maggio's, has highlighted a \"great run\" of trading as the company launches its long-awaited Anchor Line bar and grill in Glasgow.

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  7. Rangers boss McCoist hails Championship standardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Evening Times

    ALLY McCOIST reckons there is little to choose between Rangers' Championship rivals and some teams in Scotland's top flight. The Light Blues continue their bid for the second tier crown against Hibernian tonight with the two title hopefuls and leaders Hearts all finding the going tricky at times in the opening weeks of the campaign.

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  8. Entrepreneurial Spark to open hubs down southRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sunday Herald

    ENTREPRENEURIAL Spark is rolling out its innovative approach to supporting early stage businesses south of the Border in a partnership with Royal Bank of Scotland's NatWest operation. ENTREPRENEURIAL Spark is rolling out its innovative approach to supporting early stage businesses south of the Border in a partnership with Royal Bank of Scotland's NatWest operation.

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  9. So, if there is a border poll, what might a Yes Ireland campaign look like?Read the original story

    Sunday Sep 28 | Slugger O'Toole

    On this morning's Sunday Politics, the Bel Tel Political Editor, Liam Clarke said that a poll will appear in tomorrow's newspaper stating that a majority of those surveyed would like to see a border poll. Clarke did not go into who would win such a poll if it is held, but I thought I would pen some thoughts I have been developing over the past few months.

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  10. Busmakers News * Uk: Alexander Dennis'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Buses world news

    Sales at Dennis slipped just 2%, outperforming a sector in which new registrations fell 9%... But overall sales in the firm's international business rose 39%, with Asia Pacific the main driver... In March the firm received AŁ100m orders from both Stagecoach and National Express ... Labels: busmakers news UK

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  11. The National Museums Scotland's Listings Until November 16th...Read the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Cost: Adults 10/8; Child 6.50; Under 12s free; National Museums Scotland Members free; National Art Pass holders 50% discount A collection of original artefacts from the Nanjing Museum, including Chinese National Treasures, introduce key aspects of the Ming dynasty, focusing on the remarkable cultural, technological and economic achievements of the period. Exquisite luxury items and rare objects reveal the wealth and opulence of the Ming imperial court, including the iconic blue and white porcelain with which the period is synonymous, sumptuous silk textiles, gold and jades, and rare examples of elaborately enamelled cloisonn.

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  12. Scotland: 8 reasons to be proudRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | CNN

    Edinburgh hosts the largest performing arts festival in the world -- a summer event that seems to last longer than notoriously brief Scottish summers. Some Scots talk about the 14th-century Battle of Bannockburn like it happened last year, which is perhaps why it regularly gets re-enacted.

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  13. Jeff Mills makes his Edinburgh comeback at JackhammerRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2013 | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    It was one of the Scottish capital's biggest club nights of the decade. When Jeff Mills came to Edinburgh, the reaction was positively euphoric.

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  14. 10 things to do across Scotland this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Sunday Herald

    Scotland's national book town hosts another 10 days of author events and literary activities from tomorrow. Running until a week on Sunday, the festival's line-up includes novelist Margaret Drabble, comedians Robin Ince and Francesca Martinez, creative polymath Jonathan Miller, broadcaster Clare Balding, and 'Flying Scotsman' cyclist Graeme Obree.

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  15. Apex to spend 35m on Bath luxury hotel projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Sunday Herald

    EDINBURGH-based Apex Hotels has unveiled plans to invest 35 million to build a new hotel in Bath, as chairman Norman Springford revealed investment activity has returned to the industry following the independence referendum. The company, which owns and operates eight hotels across Edinburgh, Dundee and London, is to develop a 177-bedroom full service hotel, with conference facilities, in the Bath Conservation Area.

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  16. Councils spent A 1.7m on baton relayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | BBC News

    Scottish councils spent more than A 1.7m on events associated with the Queen's Baton Relay, according to data obtained by BBC Scotland. After visiting all 70 Commonwealth nations, the relay culminated in a 40-day tour of Scotland before the start of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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  17. Biggest show in Golf gets under way with Ryder Cup Gala - an...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | The Daily Record

    THE biggest show in golf is underway with the Ryder Cup Gala - a four-hour entertainment spectacular at the SSE Hydro. A delighted crowd of 8500 suggested the thrilling welcome gifted to the Commonwealth Games will be extended to golf's most exciting tournament.

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  18. A True Guide to Scotch - Dewar's Scotch Whisky Presents 'The Glass'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Trend Hunter Magazine

    Brought to you by Dewar's Gabriel Cardarella has the coolest job as a Dewar's ambassador: traveling the world tasting, learning and teaching others about whisky. Now, Gabriel wants to teach you about how to enjoy whisky to the fullest, and what better land to begin this 11-part series from Dewar's than in Scotland.

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  19. Hotel sold for A 25m after 'No' voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | BBC News

    An Edinburgh hotel has been sold for A 25.7m to a real estate investor who said the deal was conditional on a referendum "No" vote. Redefine International, a real estate investment trust, bought the five storey, 138-bedroom Double Tree by Hilton hotel in Edinburgh city centre.

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  20. Simon Calder: After the referendum, the tourism dividendRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | The Independent

    Simon Calder's career in travel started at Gatwick Airport, where he cleaned aircraft for Laker Airways and later worked as a security officer. He became The Independent's Travel Correspondent in 1994, and is known as "the Man Who Pays His Way" because he does not accept free travel facilities.

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