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Trying to get Conservation Area Status for Pilrig

Annette O'Carroll is a member of the Leith Central Community Council planning sub-committee. The group has put a huge amount of volunteer work into...

The Cardiffian Relaunch

A little birdy told us that The Cardiffian – the hyperlocal site created and run by Cardiff School of Journalism – is set to relaunch t...

Broad-casts, Narrow Models by Tshaka Armstrong from My Fox11 LA

Here is a guest post from my friend Tshaka Armstrong from My Fox 11 in Los Angeles on his insights into broadcast television and the internet. Broa...

Starting a Blog Guest Post: Count me in Cymru

The final guest post in our ‘Starting a Blog’ series is by Emily Davies, a trainee journalist at Cardiff University who has been bloggi...

Starting a Blog Guest Post: Devolution Demystified

Continuing in our series of guest posts looking at experiences of starting up a brand new blog, Tom Rouse talks about his latest project, Devolutio...

Pavements are for pedestrians, not cyclists

Following our recent post on whether the percieved dangers of pavement cyclists matched up to the statistics, Keith Irving from Living Streets Scot...

Love Wincobank by Brendan Ingle

Legendary Sheffield boxing trainer and community stalwart Brendan Ingle invites you to support the Love Wincobank campaign by liking their Facebook...

Homegrown at the Botanics

We asked film reviewer Mark Davidson to get on his bike at Botanics and review 'Homegrown' as part of the Take one Action Film Festival.  Mark...

Local newspaper costs tax payers money

Our guest blogger writes about how the Express and Star's biased stories are costing tax payers money.

Guest post: Judge forbids live tweeting in Isle of Wight case

The hyperlocal site, VentnorBlog, was at the High Court at the end of July, to cover a Leave Hearing for a Judicial Review between an Isle of Wight...

Cleland Thom: Laws that can criminalise journalists

In this guest post, Cleland Thom, a media trainer, argues that there is a “frightening range” of English legislation that inhibits good...

Guest post by Barry Turner: ‘Phone Hacking – more regulation is not the answer’

Guest post: The future of regulation as seen by Barry Turner, senior lecturer in media law, the Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism, Nottingham ...

Guest blog: Welcoming the terns back to the Forth

Colin Brown, of Dudley Gardens, took a walk around Western Harbour after the recent storms, and was kind enough to share his thoughts with us. We'r...

Mooncup Monday: Week 3 (using it)

Men, you may wish to stop reading now... In the penultimate part of Mooncup Monday, our three brave Leith ladies put their Mooncups (a greener...

Guest blog: The social cost of big biomass

The following is a guest post by Leslie Wallace. Leslie is secretary of Friends of the Earth Falkirk, and her background is mainly in waste reducti...

Mooncup Monday: Week 2 (partici-pants equipped)

Men, you may wish to stop reading now... Invented in 1930, with no bleach or harmful toxins, it's greener, safer and cheaper than tampons not to me...

Mooncup Monday: Week 1 (it begins)

Welcome to a brand new series following three woman as they try an alternative sanitary product, the Mooncup. Every Monday we’ll update you o...

Put your money where your mouth is

This is part two of a guest post written about food, by Tracy Griffen. You can find part one here. Edinburgh is in the minority of British neighbou...

Food, but not as we know it.

Greener Leith contributor, Tracy Griffen, has been reading up on food over the winter. Here's part one of a two part series about what she figured ...

A changing climate

Greener Leith is delighted to publish this guest post by Leith resident Claire Wood, on behalf of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Recently the orga...

Leith Birds: More Water of Leith birds.

Juliet Wilson continues her series of blog posts about birds you might see along the Water of Leith. You can read previous posts by Juliet Wilson o...

In praise of jogging

After the coldest December ever in history or whatever it was, we thought we could do with a hand getting outside and getting active again. Greener...

Cool Wool

Leith Festival are always planning some exciting new wheeze for our amazement and entertainment. When we heard about their latest guerilla knitting...

Car sharing, Congestion Charging and Collaborative Consumption

This guest post was written by Edinburgh University Graduate, Drummond Gilbert, who has recently set up goCarShare.com - a website that takes a soc...

Leith Birds: Ducks

This is the 3rd post in a series of guest blog posts about birds you might see on the Water of Leith by Juliet Wilson. There are several different ...

Leith Birds: The Heron

Wandering along the Water of Leith a few weeks ago, we saw birds that we couldn't identify (no sniggering up the back). We're delighted that Juliet...

Festival of Politcs: Zero Carbon Event Report

We couldn't make it to the 'Zero Carbon Scotland' session at the Festival of Politics yesterday, so we're delighted that prolific Edinburgh blogger...

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