Bad grammar can happen to good people – 6 common grammar mistakes to avoid!

Bad grammar can happen to good people – 6 common grammar mistakes to avoid!

Whether it’s through your website, blog, social media posts, texts or emails, you are using written language to communicate with colleagues, friends and customers everyday. Unfortunately, bad grammar can happen and you need to be careful. If you’re making grammatical errors in written exchanges, you risk looking unprofessional or too busy to care about your correspondence with important contacts.

Here are 6 common grammar mistakes to avoid :

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17 breath-taking pictures of Edinburgh in the snow

17 breath-taking pictures of Edinburgh in the snow

The face of Edinburgh changes with every season. In winter, you can rediscover the city in a whole new light. After last night’s snowfall, we were happy to wake up this morning to a blanket of snow, a big blue sky and bright sunshine.

Scottish winter is beautiful!

Here is a selection of 17 beautiful pictures of Edinburgh under the snow:

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Walking in a winter wonderland! ❄ ⛄

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The Royal Mile just after sunrise this morning.

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Glasgow Film Festival 2019

Glasgow Film Festival 2019

Glasgow Film Festival is one of the leading UK film festivals and takes place Wednesday 20 February – Sunday 3 March.


Across 12 days, the city-wide celebration of cinema will host 7 world premieres, 102 UK premieres and 49 Scottish premieres

The event feature new local and international film from all genres; mainstream crowd-pleasers to groundbreaking art-house experimentation; the return of well-loved classics alongside rare cult gems; with filmmaker guest appearances, interactive workshops and discussion panels to complete the mix!

Watch the video to get an overview of Glasgow Film Festival in under 4 minutes!


Six out of the ten nominees for the prestigious Glasgow Film Festival Audience Award are new features directed by women.

Tickets for the full programme go on sale Thursday 24 January at 12 noon for GFF members, and on general sale on Monday 28 January at 10am.

Edinburgh voted best budget city for students to live in the UK

Edinburgh voted best budget city for students to live in the UK

Student life is full of challenges and budgeting is one of the hardest of them all. When you’re adjusting to living away from home, keeping track of your cash can be tricky. Liberty living did a survey to find out which cities in the UK offer students a budget lifestyle.

To create an overall ranking of the top cities for budget student living, Living Liberty selected 20 of the largest UK university cities: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Coventry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield, Southampton and Wolverhampton. They then used Google Maps to set a search radius from each city’s primary university for both charity shops (2km) and two large chain budget supermarkets (5km) to get a total for both charity shops and budget supermarkets.

They based the survey on:

  • The number of charity shops and budget supermarkets close to universities in each city
  • The cost of an annual university gym membership
  • The cost of a burger and pint at a local student pub
  • The cost of two cinema tickets

Edinburgh comes out on top of the best budget cities for students. Scotland’s capital wins first place largely thanks to the 20 charity shops and 13 budget supermarkets in the vicinity – giving students a tonne of options to get good value food and clothing. Annual gym membership is also low, and you can get a burger and a pint for a reasonable price, too.

The Moon like you have never seen it before at St.Giles Cathedral

The Moon like you have never seen it before at St.Giles Cathedral

A fusion of lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound, join the iconic event in Edinburgh this week.

St.Giles Cathedral is hosting the Museum of the Moon, a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. This event starts today and will be in Edinburgh until Sunday 27th January 2019. Measuring seven metres in diameter and featuring detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface, each centimetre of the internally lit spherical sculpture represents 5km of the moon’s surface.



To celebrate the installation, Burns&Beyond will present an accompanying programme of lunar inspired events, talks and concerts beneath the moon. The Cathedral will has organised candle lit evening sessions 21 – 27 January, allowing ticket holders to witness the installation in full illumination accompanied a lunar inspired soundtrack, composed by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award winning composer Dan Jones.

  • 21 January Preview Night Candle Lit Evening Sessions
  • 22 January Candle Lit Evening Sessions + Moon Talks + Clair de lune – Live sounds from NASA Space Station
  • 23 January Candle Lit Evening Sessions + Rachel Sermanni Performance
  • 24 January Candle Lit Evening Sessions + St.Giles Choir Performance
  • 25 January Candle Lit Evening Sessions + Roddy Woomble Performance
  • 26 January Candle Lit Evening Sessions + Martin Green – Disarming Reverberations Performance

Each timed session has a set capacity and we expect sessions to be extremely popular. We recommend you book in advance to avoid disappointment.

DATE: 21 – 26 JANUARY 2019
TIME: 7:15PM – 10PM (LAST ENTRY 9:30PM)

All details and tickets available here