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Inquiry into future of Edinburgh’s Royal High School to begin

Image copyright Hayes Davidson Image caption The public inquiry will last for six weeks A public inquiry which will determine the future of one of Edinburgh’s most historic buildings will begin later. Developers want to…

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Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo donates £1m to charities

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is to donate £1m across 13 charities after another sell-out year. Organisers of the Tattoo, staged at Edinburgh Castle throughout August, said £775,000 will go to Armed Services beneficiaries. They…


‘Drunk Royal Navy sailors arrested on Florida shore leave’

Image copyright PA Image caption HMS Queen Elizabeth has made its maiden voyage from Portsmouth to the US Royal Navy sailors from the UK’s £3.1bn flagship aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth have been arrested in…


Royal couple to reopen Mackintosh tearoom

Image copyright Willow Tea Rooms Trust The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay are to reopen tea rooms originally designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in Glasgow. Charles and Camilla will visit the Willow Tea Rooms on…


Switch-on for daffodil-inspired Royal Mint wind turbine

Image copyright The Royal Mint Image caption The turbine was previously based in the Netherlands A daffodil-inspired wind turbine is to be unveiled in South Wales by The Royal Mint later. The 214-ft turbine was…


Royal College of Nursing Scotland in nurse staffing levels call

Image copyright Getty Images The public are being urged to back a campaign for tougher legislation to ensure there are enough nurses to deliver high-quality patient care. The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Scotland said…



Public inquiry to decide former Royal High School site

Image copyright gillian hayes Image caption The public inquiry will last for six weeks The future of one of Edinburgh’s most iconic landmarks, which has been left empty for 50 years, will be determined with…


Royal Mail fined record £50m by Ofcom

Image copyright Getty Images Ofcom has fined Royal Mail a record £50m for breaching competition law. The fine was for abusing its dominant market position by discriminating against its only major competitor delivering letters. The…


Family of chess prodigy Shreyas Royal can apply for a new visa

Image copyright Jitendra Singh The family of a nine-year-old chess prodigy from India have been told they can apply to stay in the UK when his father’s work visa expires. Shreyas Royal has lived in…


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