Three due in court following drugs seizures in North Edinburgh

Three people have been arrested and charged under the Misuse of Drugs Act after police in North Edinburgh recovered various drugs from three separate properties. Officers carried out searches at the addresses More...

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Housing Minister tours housing site on Pennywell Road

Scottish Housing Minister, Margaret Burgess MSP, today joined Edinburgh’s Housing Convener, Councillor Cammy Day, for a tour of the new 719 house Pennywell construction site More...

Edinburgh’s newest street will be called McCrae’s Place

An area of Edinburgh will be renamed ‘McCrae’s Place’ and a commemorative flagstone will be laid in tribute to McCrae’s battalion at a public ceremony outside the Usher More...

Council to take coordinating action on foodbanks

Following a decision made earlier today, the council will now look at adopting a coordinating role on the development of foodbanks here in Edinburgh. Councillor Alex Lunn the More...

The lowdown and the views on The Smith Commission Report

The Smith Commission issued its report today on the shape and form of the devolved powers promised to Scotland by the political parties at Westminster in the days before and after More...

Wave Energy Scotland to be established

  Scotland is to establish a wave energy technology development body to encourage innovation in the industry Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism Fergus Ewing announced More...

Edinburgh seaweed company rewarded for innovation

Edinburgh business using superfood of the sea wins award MARA Seaweed of Edinburgh has won the Sustained Partnership of More...

Edinburgh wave energy company Pelamis in administration

Leith-based wave energy company, Pelamis, have published an announcement on their website today that the company More...

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

Serenity Cafe Club Night: Robbie Williams Tribute. Serenity Cafe is run for people in recovery by...

Peter Ritchie book reading at Musselburgh Library on Saturday

Detective turned author Peter Ritchie will be reading from his latest book ‘Red Sky in the...

Thursday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

  Bookbug: songs and rhymes for young children and babies. 10.30-11am, Oxgangs Library, 343 Oxgangs Road North. Live...

Talbot Rice Gallery : Christopher Orr

If every picture tells a story, each one of Christopher Orr’s paintings tells many. At first they may More...

New exhibition at Castle Fine Art

The works of critically acclaimed abstract artist, Alex Echo, will be on display at an Edinburgh gallery this weekend. Alex Echo’s..

Edinburgh art gallery showing art good enough for a pope?

Edinburgh art gallery showing art good enough for a pope? Urbane Art Gallery on Edinburgh’s Jeffrey Street is exhibiting work by..

Peter Ritchie book reading at Musselburgh Library on Saturday

Detective turned author Peter Ritchie will be reading from his latest book ‘Red Sky in the Morning’ as More...

Book Week Scotland 2014 – How to save our libraries

Today, on the first day of Book Week Scotland 2014, Marc Lambert, Director of Scottish Book Trust, has commented on the..

Castleview plays a big part in Book Week Scotland launch

Castleview Primary School had some visitors, and they arrived with free gifts. The pupils got their hands on their Book Bug..

Edinburgh’s Christmas – Scotch and Soda are in town

A dusty bar. A rowdy mob of misfits. Lose yourself in the extraordinary beauty and power of Scotch and Soda –..

Crowdfunding for a movie to be made in Edinburgh

Film Director, Magnus Wake is hoping to make a new movie in Edinburgh next year but he needs just over £1m to..

Festive Afternoon Tea at the Scotsman Hotel Brasserie

Well, Edinburgh certainly has no shortage of amazing places for Afternoon Tea - from the award winning Bollinger Afternoon tea at the..

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

Serenity Cafe Club Night: Robbie Williams Tribute. Serenity Cafe is run for people in recovery by people in recovery – and..

Mind Your Language – It’s Apparently Christmas…

Today’s society does like to use acronyms in everyday language. In an age of instant communication there seems to be an..