Features on Lothianlife.co.uk include informative articles of particular interest to discerning, 'thinking people' of Edinburgh, West Lothian, Midlothian and East Lothian.

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The Lady of West Port Garden

In the early 1900s, Norah Geddes was a leading light behind several garden areas created within the city of Edinburgh.

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Edinburgh’s Most Famous Dog

Greyfriars Bobby is a dog known to generations of Scotland’s residents and visitors alike. Here, in the first of a two-part feature, local historian, George Robinson, tells the story of the faithful friend who became so famous.

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Mr Carter’s New Class

Niggles Cartoons and Nigel Spaven bring us just an ordinary day in the working life of a teacher. Another in the series of cartoons featuring Mr Carter…(click on the images)*

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Go Home And Sit Still

Inspirational local women tell tales of their favourite inspirational women to celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month…

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Words With Carrie

Edinburgh, a city known for its diversity and culture, is full of fascinating exhibitions, stories and communities. Here, Carrie Alderton talks about her work in bringing them all together…

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Introducing Mr Carter

Remember the old adage – a picture paints a thousand words?

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