Assault and robbery near Granton Harbour

Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault and robbery which took place  around 10:30pm on Monday evening in the north of the city. A man in his 60’s was photographing the Forth bridges More...

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Music : Lucy Mae & Luc Phan at Leith Depot

Leith – once that den of iniquity and trainspotters – has become cool; these days a saunter down the Walk is more likely to reveal macchiato-sipping hipsters than More...

What’s On in Edinburgh This Week

Half term again already? Don’t panic – we have ideas to entertain your children, from football camps to films and walks on Arthur’s Seat to Project Wild Thing More...

At the Queen’s Hall – Karen Matheson

Karen Matheson has the Highland lilt she has had all her life, despite the fact that she has now lived in Glasgow for three decades. It is easy to hear how that translates into More...

Ex Hibs’ star Kim Little wins BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year 2016 award

Former Hibernian Ladies midfielder Kim Little has topped a supporters’ poll to become the second winner of the BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year 2016 beating a shortlist More...

Niklas Gunnarsson called up for Norway’s match with Portugal.

Hibs’ versatile defender Niklas Gunnarsson has capped a weekend to remember with an international call-up for Norway’s match with Portugal. After starting on the More...

COMPETITION – Musselburgh Racecourse – Win a night at the races

Introducing Friday Night at the Races with an exciting after-racing party hosted by Forth One’s Boogie and Arlene. More...

FLASH COMPETITION – Win tickets to Quo Vado? this weekend!

The Edinburgh Reporter has teamed up with Vue in the Omni Centre to offer readers the chance to win one of five More...

Edinburgh Art Festival – Prepare to be dazzled

Down in Leith Dazzle Ship Scotland has arrived. MV Fingal has been preserved by The Royal...

Freddy Fabris First Worldwide Exhibition

Burgeoning Edinburgh art gallery Urbane will proudly host the first European exhibition of a new suite...

Portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie acquired by Scottish National Portrait Gallery

A hugely significant portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie by the greatest Scottish portrait painter of the...

Edinburgh man’s charity cycle ride across Canada delayed as bike still at Heathrow

Edinburgh man Andrew Dickson’s three-month cycle ride across Canada to raise money for charity has not got More...

Veteran Scottish rugby stars taking part in the Duchenne Dash on Sunday

Former Scotland international rugby greats Gavin Hastings, Rob Wainwright and Roger Baird will be among the former sports stars at BT..

Rotarians fundraising with long distance cycling

Rotary is a charity organisation, with the twin aims of ‘service above self’ and charity fundraising to help people lead a better..

All aboard for the London Eye

The London Eye has become one of the capital’s favourite attractions. We sent our roving reporter Marion More...

Edinburgh to Shannon and beyond

The good thing about Aer Lingus recommencing their service to Shannon is that not only can you fly to Shannon, but you can..

Three new hotels to open in Edinburgh this spring

Three new hotels will open this spring in Edinburgh, two of them off the Royal Mile on New Market Street, part of..

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016 – something for everyone

Kim Cattrall, Brian Cox, Disney-Pixar, Whisky Galore, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, Highlander and filmmakers aplenty in this year’s festival.  The programme is..

At the Filmhouse – Edinburgh Asian Film Festival

  The first ever Edinburgh Asian Film Festival (EAFF 2016) will take place at the Filmhouse between 3-5 June 2016. Curated by..

Enchanted Island: Rachael Alice Johnson is making waves

Edinburgh based, boho singer/songwriter, Rachel Alice Johnson, has stirred up a canny cauldron of magical themes with Safe Island, her torch-epic..