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Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category

Next stop on ‘The Voyage of Buck’? A trip to the virtual world…

Launched last year, Edinburgh bar-bistro, 'The Voyage of Buck', is fast becoming a favourite of the capital’s West End scene.

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Helping TrExMed make a world of difference to travel healthcare

Working with the highly qualified and experienced TrExMed founders, Dr Jim Bond and Nicky Armstrong (both travel medicine experts and seasoned travellers), we’ve created a site that covers all the bases.

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Proud to be breaking down barriers with Stirling Autism Research

These days, most of us have heard of the word ‘autism’, whether it’s in the news, online or on TV. But despite that growing recognition, there’s still a gap in people’s understanding of the condition.

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Check out our website for Edinburgh’s newest boutique ‘check-in’

Edinburgh is a tourist hotspot, so it’s no surprise the city is full of hotels. But you’d be hard-pushed to find one as distinctive as The Lane Boutique Hotel.

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Creating a thing of beauty for a boutique Edinburgh business

It’s said that ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’. But for us beauty is a happy client who is chuffed to bits with a website that is not just skin-deep.

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Making serious headway for Stirling Brains

The human brain is a remarkable thing (so far, so obvious). But what's even more remarkable is some of the science now being deployed to better understand how it's affected by what it has to go through in the real world.

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‘Bucking’ the trend for a new venture on William Street

For those not familiar with early 20th century philanthropists from the world of literary fiction, some explanation is in order. The 'Buck' in question was William 'Buck' Clarence, a character whose itinerant exploits as the archetypal 'Englishman abroad' were widely read and enjoyed from the 1900s to the 1930s.

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Not ‘yer usual’ website for a pub you canny beat

Established by James Kerr as The Volunteer Arms back in 1871 (The Canny Man’s was a local nickname for it) in the capital’s bustling Morningside area, this much-cherished Edinburgh institution has been cared for by successive generations of Kerrs ever since.

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Edinburgh’s West End is…ready to welcome you.

We’ve just put the finishing touches to our dedicated website showcasing all that Edinburgh’s West End has to offer.

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Recognise that face? Testing your memory

Let’s face it, the way we see the world plays a big part in how we think. But have you ever considered the reverse; that the way we think has just as much influence on how we ‘see’?

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