Edinburgh’s office take-up shrugs off Brexit uncertainty
Edinburgh could experience another “strong” year in take-up of office space after a resilient third quarter and despite uncertainty in the aftermath of the Brexit vote, new data from property consultancy Knight Frank has revealed.
Edinburgh youth worker who swapped child abuse images avoids jail
A YOUTH worker caught swapping child abuse images with other perverts online and even encouraging one to rape a baby in disturbing Skype conversations walked free from court today after avoiding a jail term.
Call to turn Bangour Hospital into military museum
Derelict buildings at the historic Bangour Village Hospital should be converted into a world-class conference centre and museum dedicated to Scotland’s military record, according to a leading war historian.