1993 HEADLINE NEWS ENVIRONMENTAL OUTCRY AFTER BRAER SANK OFF SHETLANOS - EUROSCEPTICS IN HUFF AFTER MAJOR SIGNED MAASTRICHT TREATY - MEDIA PANIC AFTER Two BOYS CHARGED WITH JAMES BULGER MURDER - CHANCELLOR NORMAN LAMONT BET ON POUND, AND LOST
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Dark, wintry Edinburgh nights were transformed into a dazzling festival of light as the European Summit entourage moved into town bringing with it the bright sparks of tax Europa. Blackpool’s bulbs paled into insignificance as Charlotte Square was festooned with millions of fairy lights, candle- dispensing machines appeared in Waverley Station and a red light was seen beaming out from The Scotsman
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offices on the city’s North Bridge. At Dragon: Dinosaurs from Bhlna F”?! . v - least we think that was part of the exhibition touched down at _ .
The artist very recently known as Prince (he’d only just dropped his name for that squiggle) deigned to honour Edinburgh’s humble Meadowbank stadium with his megastar status. Fortunately, the elusive Purple One hadn’t entirely lost his powers of
communication and managed to deliver a suitably rousing rendition of some line tunes formerly known as Prince
Edinburgh's City Art Centre and Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic .. . Park went on nationwide release . Glasgow’s reputation as world-class drinkers came under threat as the first draconian curfew on opening hours came into effect Jane Campion’s cinematic stunner The Piano - _ won the hearts and minds of the El4§§h§iifé\’
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