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Edinburgh's Jason Tovey hopes to restore some pride with win over Dragons

31/03/17 EUROPEAN RUGBY CHALLENGE CUP QUARTER-FINAL. EDINBURGH V LA ROCHELLE (22-32) . BT MURRAYFIELD - EDINBURGH. Edinburgh's Jason Tovey.

IN a league with no relegation, matches between the ninth and 10th teams in the penultimate round of the season should not normally matter very much. But a look at the PRO12 table, and the parlous plight of both Edinburgh and the Dragons, shows why…

10:06pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Obituary - Magdalena Abakanowicz, sculptor famous for wrapping Edinburgh Cathedral in rope

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Renowned sculptor

12:31am Thursday 27 April 2017

Edinburgh Dragon trust hindered by avoiding China and Taiwan

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ABERDEEN Asset Management’s Edinburgh Dragon Investment Trust trailed its index in the six months to the end of February, with underweight positions in China and Taiwan proving a drag on performance.

12:03am Thursday 27 April 2017

Tourism Tonic: Scotland's Gin Trail takes you to the most spectacular locations

Tourism Tonic: Scotland's Gin Trail takes you to the most spectacular locations

Scotland has a bit of a rocky reputation when it comes to the topic of food and drink with many believing that the Scots drink far too much whisky. 

3:04am Thursday 27 April 2017

Limit speed of cyclists

Limit speed of cyclists

BILL Brown’s suggestion (Letters, April 26) that cyclists should be allowed to share quiet country footpaths with pedestrians has some merit. Indeed, except perhaps for footpaths along the sides of roads, I understand that our access legislation…

12:07am Thursday 27 April 2017

Ken Smith's Diary: Taking the biscuit and OAPs and their high spirits

Barrie Crawford discovers a coffee shop in Venice that could perhaps do with a name change.

He’s got it covered STREET traders continued. Says Eddie Boyle in Ontario: “Some wee wummin asked the guy in the Barras selling sheets and blankets in the sixties if the eiderdown bedspread was big enough for a double bed. He replied, ‘Missus,…

11:28am Wednesday 26 April 2017

SNP MP urges Greens not to "split the Yes vote"

SNP MP Tommy Sheppard

A PROMINENT Nationalist has urged the Scottish Greens not to field candidates at the general election where they might they take votes from the SNP.

12:07am Thursday 27 April 2017

Letters: This could be our last chance to fight the utter folly of Brexit

REMAINING DIFFICULTIES: A pro-European Union demonstration outside the Scottish Parliament in the week after last year's EU referendum. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire.

READING Shona Craven's excellent article on Jeremy Corbyn's misjudgement (“Strategy backfires as Corbyn takes aim at the wrong target”, The Herald, April 26) one has to wonder who is more deluded, Mr Corbyn and his supporters or the hard-line…

12:07am Thursday 27 April 2017

Checklist: 10 things to do across Scotland this weekend

Checklist: 10 things to do across Scotland this weekend

1 Beltane Fire Festival Calton Hill, Edinburgh, Sunday

12:10am Thursday 27 April 2017

Recipe of the Day: Asparagus, goats butter and hemp seeds

Recipe of the Day: Asparagus, goats butter and hemp seeds

Asparagus, Goats Butter, Hemp Seeds by Ben Radford of TImberyard in Edinburgh

12:10am Thursday 27 April 2017
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