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Rubbish collected during Fringe to be turned into renewable energy

Tens of thousands of tonnes of rubbish collected on the Royal Mile during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe will be turned into renewable energy after organisers took over responsibility for waste collection in the city’s main street theatre arena. The festival, which gets under way today, has ordered 17 new bins for the heart of the High Street as part of […]

Lynn Bell: Troubled children aren’t getting the mental health support they need

As an organisation which supports some of ­Scotland’s most vulnerable children and young people, we recently welcomed the new Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Jeane Freeman MSP, to her role. Given our commitment to improve services for those with mental health problems, it was heartening to see one of her first actions was to ­recognise as “completely […]

Mark O’Donnell: Royal Blind aim to end loneliness

A smiling face can disguise the loneliest soul. The face may smile because it’s lonely and it’s pleased to see you. It may smile to hide the fear of knowing that soon enough, you will leave and it will be alone again. It may smile to disguise the shame. For to be painfully lonely can be hard to admit, and […]

Obituary: Richard John Ellis, Master of Education, lecturer in communications, trainer and speech expert

Richard John Ellis.Trainer and lecturer in communications and Church of Scotland speech expert. Born 18 October, 1944 in Nairobi. Died 3 July, 2018 in Lincoln, aged 73. Since his death Richard’s many friends and colleagues have praised the warmth, energy and professionalism shown by him during his life as a trainer and lecturer in communications, for the past 44 years […]

Stay informed: Top 10 opinions of the week

The Scotsman is publishing a selection of its best opinion articles from the previous seven days to showcase some of the most insightful writing in Scottish journalism. Cameron Wyllie was moved to urge teachers not to be too down on pupils who displayed signs of being “cool”. “What teachers need to accept is that there’s nothing wrong with being cool […]

Scottish Government accused of ‘deceiving parents’ over P1 national testing

The Scottish Government has been accused of “deceiving” parents over national testing of Primary 1 pupils after it emerged youngsters are legally entitled to withdraw from the controversial assessments. Email correspondence from civil servants released through Freedom of Information has revealed  “there is no legal requirement” to sit the exams. The Liberal Democrats, who released the emails, claim this contrasts with […]

Ibrox brawl: Steven Gerrard condemns violence ahead of Rangers match

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has condemned the violence that occurred outside Ibrox before his side’s Europa League clash with Osijek. The pair, aged 24 and 40, were injured when a “large-scale disturbance” involving up to 40 people broke out in the Govan area of the city on Thursday evening. The victims, both now revealed to be Croatian nationals, were taken […]