Athletics – Sainsbury’s British Championships

Mixed fortunes for Scots on Day Day 1 of the Sainsbury’s British Athletics Championships in Birmingam was a mix of qualifying rounds and finals, depending on the number of entries. Most of the More...

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SNP MPs call for renaming of ISIL

At a photo call on the steps of Westminster Hall later this morning, some SNP MPs will join MPs from across the parties at an event to urge the UK Government to refer to the so-called More...

Ian Murray issues complaint over tweets

The Labour MP for Edinburgh South, Ian Murray has complained to the Deputy Speaker, Eleanor Laing about tweets sent out by the SNP earlier in the week. Murray said in the House More...

Charles Kennedy dies at 55

The news has broken this morning that former Ross, Skye and Lochaber MP and lifelong politician Charles Kennedy has died suddenly at home in Fort William at the age of 55. The More...

More funding for pre-school pupils across Scotland

Education Secretary Angela Constance has announced funding of £2.7 million for pre-school programmes to improve literacy in children. Bookbug, which aims to encourage reading More...

Future of Green Investment Bank called into question

The Deputy First Minister says that the future of the Green Investment Bank must be guaranteed, despite plans by the UK Government to privatise it. The UK Government has announced More...

Edinburgh food specialists appointed as inspection providers

Farm assurance specialists Acoura have been appointed by The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA) as inspection provider More...

Edinburgh surveyor appointed chairman of RICS Scotland

RICS Scotland has announced the appointment of Ian McKee (FRICS FCABE) as its 2015-2016 Chairman. McKee, Managing More...

Athletics – Sainsbury’s British Championships

Mixed fortunes for Scots on Day Day 1 of the Sainsbury’s British Athletics Championships in Birmingam...

Swindon Reds win Football Fans in Training Tournament at Hibs’ Training Centre

Over 170 men from across Scotland took to the pitch at the Hibernian Training Centre last weekend...

World record attempt in aid of Craig Gowans Memorial Fund kicks off today

A group of footballers in Edinburgh are determined to break the world record for the longest...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

It’s in the Bag: rhymes, drama, creative games and puppets from this award-winning company, with lots More...

Letter from Scotland

Wanted: doctor for rural practice in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. Salary £90,000 a year.  What’s not to like ?  And..

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

Craigmillar Community Arts Family Fun Afternoon and All-Weather Picnic: a fun afternoon of food, traditional games and art workshops – an..

New direct flights from Edinburgh Airport start next month

Czech Airlines, the national carrier of the Czech Republic, will fly two new direct routes to Poland from next More...

A million passengers used Edinburgh Airport last month

Over one million passengers travelled through Edinburgh Airport last month making it the busiest May on record for Scotland’s busiest airport...

New VisitScotland campaign on show at Edinburgh Airport

New posters have been unveiled this weekend at Edinburgh Airport to welcome back homeward bound travellers and welcome visitors. The new..

Alan Little to become Chair of Edinburgh Book Festival Board

The Chair of the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Lady Susan Rice has announced that she will be stepping down in October..

Edinburgh International Film Festival shows off latest Disney Pixar blockbuster

The Edinburgh International Film Festival has a proud tradition of showcasing films from around the world, from short films to future blockbuster;..

Real Junk Food comes to Musselburgh

Loretto Junior School recently organised a feast that they hope will be just the start of an exciting new Real Junk Food..

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

It’s in the Bag: rhymes, drama, creative games and puppets from this award-winning company, with lots of well-loved Scottish songs throughout!..

Literary Flavours: Italian Book Week in Stockbridge

One of my favourite parts of Brideshead Revisited takes place in Venice, when Sebastian Flyte flings open the shutters of his father’s..