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Edinburgh

A major city in Scotland, home to two Royal Colleges and the Burke and Hare murders (see there); pronounced, EHD in buruh.
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Riders James McCallum (NFTO); David Lines, Jen Taylor, Eileen Roe and Jane Barr (all Starley Primal) were joined by the City of Edinburgh Council's Festivals and Events Champion Steve Cardownie to announce the route.
Jets gave themselves an outside chance of the trophy by beating City of Edinburgh last weekend but run into a Troon team firing on all cylinders and on course for the top prize.
British champions City of Edinburgh quartet Chris Hoy, Peter Jacques Craig MacLean and Steve Paulding along with Jason Queally (CC Lancs) will represent Britain in the Olympic sprint at the World Cycling Championships at Manchester in August.
Procurement of integrated employability services for service users in the city of edinburgh council local authority area who need assistance with moving into, sustaining and progressing in employment.
VOLLEYBALL: Holders City of Edinburgh have been drawn away to Su Ragazzi in the women's Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
The City of Edinburgh Council (the Council) will have a minimum standstill period of 10 days before awarding the contract.
In the men's first division, Edinburgh Jets beat City of Edinburgh 23-25 25-22 25-15 18-25 15-13.
VOLLEYBALL: Troon Team Ayrshire breathed new life into the women's Schelde Sports Scottish League title race with a 23-25 25-21 25-18 25-19 win over leaders City of Edinburgh.
02 Contract Notice: The City of Edinburgh Council (the Council) intends to establish a new multi-supplier Framework Agreement for the provision of supported bus services serving communities in the local authority area.
VOLLEYBALL: Second Division Bellshill Cardinals have been paired with unbeaten City of Edinburgh in the fourth round of the men's Scottish Cup.
01 Prior Information Notice (PIN): City of Edinburgh Council has a requirement to appoint and contract a named agency who are able to support young people who are suicidal, self-harming or involved in any other life threatening behaviour to enable them to remain at home or in their care setting.
Councillor Steve Cardownie, festivals and events champion at the city of Edinburgh council, said: "Glasvegas are a fantastic addition to an incredible night of live music across the city centre stages, which will once again see Edinburgh crowned as the premier destination to bring in the new year.