Queen Margaret student helped by Saltire foundation

A psychology and sociology student for Queen Margaret University (QMU), Edinburgh, has begun a world-class communications internship with global healthcare company, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), thanks to the More...

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Scott Allan joins Hibs on two year deal

Scotland under-21 internationalist Scott Allan has signed a two year contract with Hibs and could potentially make his debut against his old club Dundee United at Easter Road More...

Four arrested at Murrayfield Champions League game

Four people were arrested before and during last night’s clash between Celtic and Reykjavik at Murrayfield. One man was arrested for discharging a flare in Haymarket Terrace More...

Hearts complete Osman Sow signing

Hearts today completed the formal signing of Osman Sow after the Swedish striker had appeared as a trialist in some of Hearts pre-seasons friendlies. The 6ft 4” former Crystal More...

Edinburgh Council approve Orange Parades

  The Licensing Committee  agreed earlier today that the Referendum Orange Parade on 13 September  should go ahead by a  majority 4-2 decision. In moving the motion to More...

Council to decide on Orange Walk

The council’s licensing committee will decide today on whether to allow the Orange Walk planned for the Saturday prior to the Independence Referendum as well as the Grand More...

Sheppard takes position on independence

We are more used to seeing him as the promoter for The Stand in Edinburgh, but given his union past it is perhaps not unexpected More...

Scottish Independence Referendum – today’s topics

  A selection of remarks and comments and pointers to articles about the Scottish Independence Referendum. People More...

Edinburgh MSP tables motion on charity chief’s retirement

EADIE CONGRATULATES RETIRING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF CHILDREN 1st  MSP for Edinburgh Southern Jim Eadie has today...

Housing Bill to allow homeowners to get on with repairs

Lothian Labour MSP, Sarah Boyack, has welcomed new laws to help homeowners get on with common...

Sale of Council houses to sitting tenants brought to an end in Scotland

The Scottish Government had a long session yesterday to approve The Housing (Scotland) Bill which is...

The City of Edinburgh Council meeting 26 June 2014

  Today’s meeting of the council is split into two distinct parts, one to deal with the Mortonhall More...

TERLive! Edinburgh Council Meeting 1 May 2014

  The council meets at the City Chambers each month – this month this is the first of two meetings. You..

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Arrest that Poet!

An unorthodox one-person show about a slam poet’s real-life arrests at environmental protests has been shortlisted More...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Hamlet

“Madness in great ones must not unwatched go”. Confined in a place where everything is ambiguous, witness Hamlet’s mental and physical..

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Lysistrata

  In this very loose, modern adaptation of Aristophanes’ classic comedy ‘Lysistrata’, a fiery young woman takes sex and politics into..

Are you under 21 and want to start a band?

Then read this! The Collective Gallery and artist/musician Ross Sinclair are giving away enough instruments to start FIVE bands in Edinburgh..

Review: Boyhood (Richard Linklater, 2014)

I remember when I was six years old; in every sense naive, argumentative and an observer of everything around me. There..

£8700 for Kelly Holmes torso

In its summer show from 23 July 2014, the Urbane Art Gallery on Edinburgh’s Jeffrey Street will be exhibiting the real..

Friday in Edinburgh – what’s on today

FRIDAY 25TH JULY 2014 Digital Sentinel: Digitalsentinel.net is an emerging community news site for Wester Hailes. Are you local to Wester Hailes?..