REBUS 30

On the first weekend of July, hundreds of fans converged in Edinburgh to celebrate the life of the iconic detective, John Rebus. Rarely in literature has one fictional character garnered so much attention.

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The Water Rats

The story of Captain John Hope and the Water Rats, as told by local historian, George Robinson…

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The Omen of Dummie Ha’s Wynd

Judgment vs Justice

Standing at the railing on the old Victorian promenade, one looks out to the sparkling waters beyond the beach.

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Remembering Maria

Sundays were the day I visited Maria Jankowska, a sweet little white-haired old lady who lived  in sheltered housing in Morningside Road.

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Catherine Sinclair: A Forgotten Scottish Writer

In Women’s History Month, Beverley Casebow introduces us to a fascinating yet little-known 19th-century Scottish philanthropist and writer…

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Changing Times

Here, Geraldine McCullagh reflects on the changes in her business over a landmark 21 years…

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