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The LayStar City Of Edinburgh magazine and news gazette is a free online creative writing resource for great stories, imaginative literary articles, travel guides, business articles along with news and gossip for City Of Edinburgh.

LayStar welcomes article submission from new and experienced writers. Submit articles on general themes like bedtime stories, gardening and business advice. Submit articles of a local interest to City Of Edinburgh, such as local gossip and news and places of interest in City Of Edinburgh. You could also promote your business by writing an article about the industry that you serve.


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Pipa Testing From KBL Event Hire

By: Kevin Burke
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Category: Business
Coverage: National

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KBL Event Hire is pleased to offer PIPA testing to bouncy castle operators across the UK


Pluscarden Abbey Monks Profit From New Biomass Boiler

By: Kevin Burke
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Category: Environmental Issues
Coverage: National

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A new biomass boiler is making a Benedictine Order approximately 17,000 a year.


Keep Your Family Safe With Boiler Cover

By: Kevin Burke
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Category: Finance and Economy
Coverage: National

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Did you know that a boiler cover service contract could keep your family safe?


Tyneside Kitchen Fitter Fined After Boiler Found To Pose A Danger To Life

By: Kevin Burke
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Category: Non-Fiction
Coverage: National

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A Newcastle kitchen fitter has admitted breaching gas safety regulations and has received a fine.


Landlords' Gas Safety Failings Put Young Family At Risk

By: Kevin Burke
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Two landlords have been fined after failing to keep one of their boilers safe.


Will The Success Of The 'Boiler On Prescription' Scheme See It Replicated Nationwide?

By: Kevin Burke
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Category: Health and Fitness
Coverage: National

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Sunderland's boiler on prescription scheme has been a big success. Will it be seen across the country?


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Want to write? Here are some ideas for creative writing literature and genres:
Bedtime stories; a history of quotes or sayings; erotic stories (imaginative, not explicit); vegetarian recipes; hobby craft guides; organic gardening; business advice in the City Of Edinburgh area; fiction - short stories; travel and tourism guides for City Of Edinburgh; health articles; food and drink; City Of Edinburgh local news and gossip.


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BBC News - UK
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David Cameron 'let down' by Theresa May, says former PM aide
David Cameron felt "badly let down" by Theresa May during the EU referendum campaign after she repeatedly refused to back him, his former director of communications says.

Junior doctors call off five-day strikes over contracts
Junior doctors in England suspend a series of five-day strikes over the next three months, the British Medical Association announces, following concerns over patient safety,

Man arrested over Pippa Middleton iCloud hacking claims
Police investigating claims that Pippa Middleton's iCloud account was hacked arrest a 35-year-old man in Northamptonshire.

Sir Bradley Wiggins: No unfair advantage from drug
Cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins tells the BBC he was not trying to gain an unfair advantage from being allowed to use a banned steroid before major races.
 
 


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