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CLOSURE, CONJECTURE AND A POSSIBLE CURSE

What’s going on at No 62 Raeburn Place? Only a few weeks after opening in the lavishly refurbished former premises of Corson’s the ironmongers, the…
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GREENSIDE PLACE

Sunshine. Fanfare. Bar. Blooms. No. 33 in an occasional photo series celebrating Spurtleshire street-name signs. #Edinburgh #hyperlocal #news…
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ON BROUGHTON STREET

Eighteen years old today and up for anything. #Edinburgh #hyperlocal #news #balloons  
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NEW POWDERHALL HOUSING

KEY FEATURES AND FIRST THOUGHTS Edinburgh Council has submitted plans for Phase 1 of a mixed housing development on the site of the former…
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DRYDEN GARDENS

Finally beginning to feel a bit like spring. No. 32 in an occasional photographic series celebrating Spurtleshire street-name signs. #Edinburgh #…
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CALTON HILL

Bright skies and bleesterin wind this afternoon. #Edinburgh #hyperlocal #news #weather…
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WET, WET, WET … AND SLIPPERY

Canonmills Haugh or Loch may have been drained in 1847, but old habits die hard. The hollow in which King George V Park and The Yard now nestle was…
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DUBLIN STREET CLOSED

Since yesterday, Dublin Street has been closed to road traffic between Dublin Street Lane North and Albany Street. Dublin Meuse is also closed at the…
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RULE CHANGE MAY BROADEN MEMBERSHIP OF MORAY’S ‘FAVOURED FEW’

March 2024. A pleasant spring afternoon in Moray Place. A hint of peat smoke in the air. The vaguest scent of sewage drifting from the Water of Leith…
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ISSUE 338 – OUT SOON!

As you read this, advance copies of the April Spurtle are already appearing across Broughton like sparrow droppings on the first washing line of…
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