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The acclaimed Jupiter Artland gardens and galleries, 12 miles outside Edinburgh, are to stage Stroke, a work by the acclaimed Scottish artist Anya Gallacio that will involve covering the walls of the gallery with 40kg of rich Belgian Callebrutt dark chocolate.
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Rapper Eve is in the preparing to be a blushing bride to her millionaire finacé, Maximillion Cooper, and according to reports that E-V-E and her hubby-to-be are planning an extravagant June wedding at the Blue Marlin megaclub in Ibiza, an island off the coast of Spain.
BG Express Train No.15666 derailed at Ajuri station, near the Morigaon district of Assam state, about 80km away from Guwahati city, India, April 16, 2014.
Yang Guang, the Giant Panda, eats bamboo in its enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo on April 15, 2014 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
A drawing by Anne Patterson, Department of Architecture lecturer, has been granted an award of excellence by the American Society of Architectural Illustrators .
A MAN who was cleared of the 1977 World's End murders faces standing trial again following a ruling by judges.
SPECIAL effects including towering flames of fire, huge light and video projections and a soundtrack of real horses will be deployed to bring Scotland's giant "Kelpies" sculptures to life this week.
Bring your binky and your blankie and get ready to bust a move at Baby Rave, a dance party for ages four months to four years.
Members of the 39 Service Battalion were granted Freedom of the City status during a ceremony Staurday outside city hall.
Scottish Labour Leader Johann Lamont meets Bridget Phillipson MP for Houghton and Sunderland South and Phil Wilson MP for Sedgefield at the Scottish Parliament, Holyrood, last month THE North-East has nothing to fear from "devo max" for Scotland, Labour's leader north of the border has insisted.
"Foreign diplomats believe Scotland is likely to vote for independence after a series of opinion polls have shown an increase in support for a yes vote in September's referendum.
HE is the descendant of one of the most infamous and intriguing aristocratic families of the 20th century - the prototype "Bright Young Things" who lit up the world of British literature and politics on one hand and shocked the nation thanks to a dark flirtation with Nazism on the other.
From the bottom of the Leith Walk - "the fit o' the Walk" as Leithers invariably refer to it - you can go every which way.