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Edinburgh Council denies services for children with additional support needs are being cut

The Edinburgh Reporter has been told that many applications for Enhanced Support Base (ESB) placements ...

By Phyllis Stephen, The Edinburgh Reporter

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Edinburgh becomes first local authority in Scotland to enforce pavement parking ban

Following new Holyrood legislation, Edinburgh has become the first local authority in Scotland to enforce ...

By Spurtle

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Chief Constable Jo Farrell – issued apology over error of judgement and now subject of a grievance lodged by one of her own executive management team

Chief Constable under pressure as senior Police Scotland colleague lodges grievance

Police Scotland is in turmoil after it emerged a grievance has been lodged against recently ...

By Stephen Rafferty, The Edinburgh Reporter

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Show care with a card this Christmas

Vintage Vibes is an Edinburgh-based charitable project offering one-to-one friendships, support and companionship to Edinburgh’s ...

By The Broughton Spurtle

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Campaign to reopen Edinburgh’s Radical Road

Campaigners have begun an urgent petition calling on Historic Environment Scotland (HES) to reopen Edinburgh’s ...

By The Edinburgh Reporter

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Edinburgh: Helping the Ukrainian community often begins with food

Food is at the centre of everything for most Ukrainians. Many of them have somewhere ...

By Phyllis Stephen, The Edinburgh Reporter

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Why We’re Supporting Community for Food in Currie and Balerno

At Currie, Balerno and District Round Table (CBDRT) we’re constantly impressed by the dedication of ...

By Susie Bass and Alasdair Gordon, Currie Balerno & District Round Table for C&B News

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Hunger Close to Home in Broughton, Edinburgh

Broughton may look and feel like a relatively affluent area. But behind the scenes, a ...

By Broughton Spurtle

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Scotland communities rally to support increasing number of people requiring food assistance

The Trussell Trust charity recently revealed that they had distributed 128,490 emergency food parcels in ...

By The Scottish Beacon Reporters

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Editorial: The Scottish Government needs to support independent media

I missed the Cabinet Secretary for Constitution, External Affairs and Culture, answering a portfolio question ...

By Phyllis Stephen, The Edinburgh Reporter

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Young author Chikamso Kanu holds up a copy of his book, The Official Gang

Young Author, Chikamso Kanu, Joins Pentland Book Festival

Chikamso Kanu must rank among the youngest authors ever to appear at the Pentland Book ...

By Ifeyinwa Kanu, C&B News

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Midlothian Climate Action hub receives funding

Members of the Midlothian Climate Action Network are thrilled that the Scottish Government confirmed that ...

By Luke Jackson, Midlothian View Reporter

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