Letter from Chief Executive PoppyScotland

SCOTLAND’S ARMED FORCES COMMUNITY STILL NEEDS THE POPPY By Ian McGregor, Chief Executive, Poppyscotland This year has been one of significant military anniversaries and milestones, in particular the More...

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Lord Provost presents British Empire Medals

At a ceremony held in the City Chambers last night the Lord Provost the Rt Hon Donald Wilson presented four British Empire Medals to distinguished Edinburgh citizens. The four More...

Join the Active Travel Forum

Following a decision by the Transport and Environment Committee earlier this week, a recruitment drive is now under way for members of two groups involved in developing active More...

‘No Edinburgh Leisure facilities to close’

The Leader and Deputy Leader of the City of Edinburgh Council today clarified their position regarding the future of Edinburgh Leisure venues, describing discussions around potential More...

Climate Change committee meets for first time

  At Holyrood today the newest sub-committee set up by The Scottish Government met for the first time. The Cabinet Sub-Committee (CSC-CC) on Climate Change held its first More...

Call for additional support to be maintained in colleges

Alison Johnstone, Green MSP for Lothian and education spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, expressed concern today about a report by the EIS showing cuts to Additional Support More...

Recruitment company celebrates second anniversary

Sanderson, the UK’s largest independent IT and change recruitment organisation, has celebrated a successful second year More...

Get your Halloween pumpkin from Apeeling fruit bouquets

So it’s Halloween on Friday and you need the perfect pumpkin for your window at home or to display in your More...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

  Save the Elephants Halloween Party: two bands, nibbles, mini-auction, raffle. All funds will go to Kuki...

Enjoy the Canongate this weekend

A special afternoon of events in the Canongate area of the city will mark the end...

Letter from Scotland

The referendum has turned into something of a quiet revolution. It’s changing our First Minister, it’s...

Commonwealth exhibition ending soon

The display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse marking The Queen’s role as Head of the Commonwealth through More...

Open Doors event at Edinburgh art centre

The artists, makers and craftspeople of St Margaret’s House are opening their studios to the public for a weekendlong event. The..

Scottish National Gallery – William Strang exhibition opens today

A captivating and diverse selection of prints and drawings by the great Scottish artist William Strang will feature in a new..

The 18th Independent Radical Book Fair at Out of the Blue

Would you like to try an alternative book festival? The 18th Independent Radical Book Fair begins on Wednesday More...

Clocking life: William McIlvanney and Jenni Fagan

‘The moment crackled like an electric storm’ Lines like this would be gold dust to most writers, but in William McIlvanney’s..

‘Sir Walter Scott’ at Waverley Station

Great Scott! – Sir Walter’s Words Around Waverley From today Edinburgh’s Waverley Station – the only railway station in the world..

Get your Halloween pumpkin from Apeeling fruit bouquets

So it’s Halloween on Friday and you need the perfect pumpkin for your window at home or to display in your..

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

  Save the Elephants Halloween Party: two bands, nibbles, mini-auction, raffle. All funds will go to Kuki Gallmann Conservancy in Kenya, which..

Dusherra Festival 2014

  The Scottish Indian Arts Forum in its 20th year, is proud to present Dusherra 2014, the largest celebration of the..