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Air Jordan 2011 Edinburgh today Wales in town, new housing and biomass protest

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Good morning Edinburgh. The Welsh are in town! Tomorrow Scotland play their first home game in the Six Nations rugby tournament. There are still tickets for tomorrow's 5pm match at Murrayfield. Today's Herald has a preview. Have you spotted any early Welsh arrivals? The Spurtle has. The Spurtle also has a round-up of this week's local planning applications. Yesterday the local council voted to close Blindcraft in Craigmillar. Conservative councillor Cameron Rose shares his perspective on his blog,Air Jordan 2011, while Labour's Ewan Aitken takes a different view on his blog. There is more from yesterday's council budget meeting on The Edinburgh Reporter. Local citizen journalist Michael Traill encourages his readers to participate in consultations on the future of policing and the fire service in Scotland. He says that at the very least,Botas UGG Jimmy Choo, he hopes all community councils will take part in the surveys. Biomass protestors will be at the foot of Leith Walk tomorrow handing out leaflets and asking people to pledge their opposition to Forth Energy's proposed plant. The Scotsman has a report on Wednesday's public meeting. Mark Fisher reviews The Lyceum's A View from the Bridge. Vic Emery,Abercrombie and Fitch Sombrero, the new chair of tram firm TIE,UGG espárragos cortos, talks here about the upcoming mediation period that will "shape the future" of where the project goes. I also says: "I don't do failure." Architects have been chosen for new housing in Sighthill,Botas UGG Adirondack, Pennywell and Muirhouse. Half will be available under affordable arrangements,Timberland Hombres 6-Inch Botas, the rest on the open market. See more on Paul Edie's blog. Avalanche Records owner Kevin Buckle has started a Twitter account for his record shop. Tomorrow Conquering Animal Sound will be in the shop from 3pm for an intimate gig. Bright Green Scotland has a post by Stuart Clay on the problems facing people trying to access to renewable energy. Do you have an event on this weekend you would like to share? Let us know by commenting below or getting in touch. You can also find us on @GdnEdinburgh.
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