Parallel Broughtons
Sunday 1 November 2009 - 19:19
Unreliable geographies by Aeneas McHaarNo. 1: New Broughton, Jamaica18º 12’ N, 18º 13’ W New Broughton is a rural community of around 450 souls…
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Time to throw out New Town's bin bags?
Sunday 1 November 2009 - 17:50
In May 2005, City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) backed down when its plans for rigid waste containerisation across the New Town met determined…
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Edinburgh Saltire Gaelic Choir
Thursday 22 October 2009 - 07:52
The Edinburgh Saltire Gaelic Choir sing traditional Gaelic songs, many of which have been arranged in 4-part harmony, writes Paula Sharp. The…
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Dr Syntax – portraits and self-portrait
Friday 2 October 2009 - 13:38
In Issue 174 we featured an article about John Sheriff (aka Dr Syntax), a noted Edinburgh eccentric of the 19th century with Broughton connections.…
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Chambers at risk
Thursday 1 October 2009 - 15:16
If you are interested in the campaign to save Chambers as an Edinburgh publishing institution, visit  www.publishingscotland.co.uk/Membership/…
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Shrub Place plans drubbed – background papers
Thursday 1 October 2009 - 12:17
Plans and background papers for the widely condemned Shrub Place development (Issue 175) can be viewed at www.citydev-portal.edinburgh.gov.uk
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Under pressure
Wednesday 23 September 2009 - 11:38
'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…
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Stones that speak: rediscovering the Botanic Cottage
Thursday 3 September 2009 - 13:48
James Simpson, OBE is a distinguished conservation architect with Leith practice Simpson and Brown. On 26th October 2008, he gave an illustrated talk…
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An alternative use for the old Royal High School
Sunday 16 August 2009 - 13:28
Dr Costas Dikeos – an Edinburgh University alumnus and former resident of Eyre Crescent – may now live in Komotini, Greece,  but his thoughts…
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