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Sunday, 1 November 2009
Unreliable geographies by Aeneas McHaarNo. 1: New Broughton, Jamaica18º 12’ N, 18º 13’ W New Broughton is a rural community of around 450 souls in the parish of Westmoreland. Most are fishermen...
Sunday, 1 November 2009
In May 2005, City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) backed down when its plans for rigid waste containerisation across the New Town met determined resistance, writes Alan McIntosh. Wheelie-bins were...
Thursday, 22 October 2009
The Edinburgh Saltire Gaelic Choir sing traditional Gaelic songs, many of which have been arranged in 4-part harmony, writes Paula Sharp. The highlight of our singing year is the National Mod held (...
Friday, 2 October 2009
In Issue 174 we featured an article about John Sheriff (aka Dr Syntax), a noted Edinburgh eccentric of the 19th century with Broughton connections. Since then, a paper by John Thomson – 'Unpublished...
Thursday, 1 October 2009
If you are interested in the campaign to save Chambers as an Edinburgh publishing institution, visit  www.publishingscotland.co.uk/Membership/default.aspx?pid=156HISTORYIn the first quarter of...
Thursday, 1 October 2009
Plans and background papers for the widely condemned Shrub Place development (Issue 175) can be viewed at www.citydev-portal.edinburgh.gov.uk
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
'JAUNDICED OF CLAREMONT' had a new boiler fitted recently. The work did not go according to plan. He now has efficient central heating but no flat left to heat it with. Recorded here are the CORGI-...
Thursday, 3 September 2009
James Simpson, OBE is a distinguished conservation architect with Leith practice Simpson and Brown. On 26th October 2008, he gave an illustrated talk to the Friends of Hopetoun Crescent Garden about...
Sunday, 16 August 2009
Dr Costas Dikeos – an Edinburgh University alumnus and former resident of Eyre Crescent – may now live in Komotini, Greece,  but his thoughts are often with the capital. He sent Spurtle this...

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