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News Articles from January 2007

Cameo broaches the subject of film-goers' favourite moments
College events mark 100 years
S&N and bank boost links with Chinese
City blood donors to drop in at new centre
The shoe fits for Karen's panto dream
Tuck in to farm fare
No need to be SAD any more
'Planners must lend an ear to public protests'
'Tower block' wins approval
Two men due in court over spate of robberies
Cinderella star in toy appeal
Hotel hitched to wedding event
Vandalism crackdown launched after yob attacks
Two mugged in the Meadows
Bad Film Club gets Cameo role
Strip clubs 'hitting flat prices'
Call time on the bingeing menace
Scouts prepared for next 100 years as new city HQ opens
Cameo role for Jobson at screening of movie
Councillors delay Quartermile Red Home demolition decision
Meadows crime hits a record high
Developers accused of cutting back on affordable homes
Projectionist Andy's credits roll after 50 years
Drag yourself out for a Day
Going to the loo is a wee bit difficult
Bigger field means 2007 MoonWalk is to be the breast yet
EICC aims to go green for medics' talks
Greens' anger at plans to cut affordable housing at ERI
A brush with history as art college celebrates centenary
Group drops objection to lack of low-cost homes
In town after Ramsay roasting
Three Capital B&Bs among the top ten across Europe
Choking dust forces patients and staff out of blood centre
Luminar's dance steps increase takings
Outrage over Red Home demolition
Anger over parking bay spaces that don't exist
Crime on Meadows isn't so bad
MoonWalkers to celebrate £1.7m effort
Conference goes the shoal hog
Drumming up support for music group
Eye Pavilion to close at weekends in bid to save cash
Female firefighters in call for more changing rooms
Grassmarket revamp plans sent back to the drawing board
Drive to turn green wins school £1000
Booming advice market is a boost to Tods Murray
Fountainbridge of the future goes on the drawing board
Law firm hosts talks
S&N take consultants to court over 'bad advice'