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Clay Pigeon Shooting with 25, 50 or 100 Clays and Introduction Lesson at Central Scotland Shooting School
Sharpshooters of all abilities can take aim at 25, 50 or 100 clays while receiving expert tuition...
(was £29)
Tickets to Choice of Ghost Tours with Auld Reekie Tours (50% Off)
Learn about some of Edinburgh’s nefarious inhabitants and haunts of old with a choice of three tours...
(was £12)
Entry to The Chocolate Men Show for Up to Six People at Various Locations (Up to 63% Off*)
Up to six ladies can enjoy a night out with exotic male dancers, an optional glass of Luc Belaire and entry to the after party...
(was £15)
The Dreamboys Show with Cocktail and Nightclub Entry, 7 October - 23 December 2017 (Up to 40% Off)
A jam-packed show with dreamy guys will whip audiences into a frenzy on Saturday nights at Edinburgh’s Atik Nightclub...
(was £30)
Half-Day Canoe, Kayak or Paddle Boarding with Refreshments for One or Two at Bridge 8 Hub (Up to 46% Off)
Customers can enjoy canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding before relaxing with a hot chocolate and marshmallows by the fire pit...
(was £18)
20-Module Photography Course from Photography Made Easy (95% Off)
Embark on an online photography course exploring various areas, from basic camera settings and shooting styles to video and digital editing...
(was £295)


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Appeal after man's body found in Musselburgh harbour

The body of the 25-year-old man was discovered in Musselburgh harbour on 13 October.

'No proceedings' against Lib Dem MSP over election case

Prosecutors say there will be no proceedings against Alex Cole-Hamilton over claims he broke electoral law.

Badger discovered asleep in cat bed in Linlithgow

The badger entered the house through a cat flap and helped itself to cat food before going to sleep.

ScotRail electric train makes first short trip

The train travelled between Edinburgh and Linlithgow in its first journey on Wednesday morning.

Northern Ireland boss admits drink-driving in Edinburgh

Michael O'Neill is banned and fined for the offence, after police found him to be three times the Scottish legal limit.

Scots haggis exports to Canada to resume after 46 years

Haggis is to be exported from Scotland to Canada for the first time in 46 years thanks to a new recipe.


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