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We usually include unrecognized hotels on this list, but the Eden has undergone such a drastic makeover, qualifying as a new one after 18 months. There are now 98 rooms instead of 121, a new spa and contemporary aesthetics that fit seamlessly into the original classic Roman style of the hotel. Mr Maza predicts that

Edinburgh confident Poole hasn't played last game for Exiles

Edinburgh confident Poole hasn't played last game for Exiles NEWPORT County boss Justin Edinburgh is expecting to keep hold of defender Regan Poole until close to the end of the January transfer window, but admits he'd like to keep him longer. The 16-year old scholar is closing in on a move to Fulham, confirmed …

Edinburgh Filmhouse cinema to show Interstellar in 70mm

Edinburgh Filmhouse cinema to show Interstellar in 70mm Edinburgh Filmhouse is first UK cinema outside London to show traditional 70mm film projection of blockbuster science fiction movie Interstellar. In the age of the IMAX, some film fans may argue everything else is second best. But for David Boyd, the … Read more on BBC News

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Free Microsoft Office software to be given to 46000 Edinburgh pupils Got a child in an Edinburgh school? Here's your chance to bag free Microsoft Office software worth £80 for your household. The City of Edinburgh Council has announced that it is to give away 46,000 full Microsoft Office licenses to school pupils in a

Galliford Try seals close on £45m Edinburgh hospital

Galliford Try seals close on £45m Edinburgh hospital Galliford Try's Morrison Construction arm has achieved financial close on the £45.2m deal to build and operate the first phase of the redevelopment of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital. Under the Hub South East Scotland contract for NHS Lothian, Morrison … Read more on Construction Enquirer Edinburgh's Hot

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Edinburgh Council faces payout over parking tickets A tree obscuring the controlled parking zone (CPZ) entry sign leading to Holyrood Palace, Dynamic Earth and the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh could have rendered every ticket issued on a yellow line since at least May 2014 invalid, it was claimed. Read more on Scotsman Tim Visser back