Lord Provost running in the London Marathon

Edinburgh’s Lord Provost the Rt Hon Donald Wilson only took up running last year when he entered for two 5K events in the city, but this year he has taken up the challenge More...

Edinburgh People’s Survey 2014 pretty positive

The City of Edinburgh Council carry out a survey each year (which is the biggest in the whole of the UK) called the Edinburgh People’s Survey. We have a copy of the council More...

Residents take a dim view of new street lights

Following their story published earlier this month North Edinburgh Community News have announced that the Council have agreed to take action and improve the street lights in More...

First inspector of Crematoria appointed

The Scottish Government has appointed Scotland’s first Inspector of Crematoria. Robert Swanson QPM will take up the post of HM Inspector of Crematoria for Scotland, following More...

Government wants all Scots to have access to high speed broadband

Deputy First Minister John Swinney is calling on the UK Government to implement a Universal Service Obligation (USO) for broadband services. In a letter to the UK Minister for More...

Outstanding Inspection Report for Edinburgh school

Outstanding Inspection Report for St George’s School for Girls Education Scotland and the Scottish Care Inspectorate have More...

PekoeTea join the Ethical Tea Partnership

Edinburgh based tea merchants PekoeTea have recently become members of The Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP). As loose More...

Neilson Going Nowhere As Sir Alex Backs Hearts

Four days after their team won the SPFL Championship, Hearts supporters received more good news today...

Jason Cummings’ knee scan shows no serious damage

Alan Stubbs has revealled that striker Jason Cummings (pictured) underwent a scan on his knee on...

Show Racism the Red Card event at Easter Road

Hibs’ captain Liam Craig (pictured) and defender Keith Watson attended a Show Racism The Red Card...

Cannes 2015: The Edinburgh Reporter is off to Cannes!

I have a theory that, regardless of everybody’s personal tastes and fortes, we have a shared passion More...

These Dangerous Women: a talk by Helen Kay at the National Library of Scotland

Although feminism still has many fights to fight, women in today’s Scotland can at least vote, keep their own nationality on..

REVIEW – The Coronas at Liquid Room

The Coronas’ UK tour is a mere footnote compared to the massive shows they have previous played in their native Ireland...

New look unveiled for the Caledonian Sleeper

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today marked the launch of the new Caledonian Sleeper train franchise, which More...

Travel – Qatar offering ‘Fabulous Fares’

“A World of Fabulous Fares” awaits Qatar Airways’ passengers from 9 to 13 March 2015 as travellers can enjoy up to..

Travel – Getting to know Ontario

Ontario Tourism, the Canadian Tourism Commission, Tourism Toronto and Ottawa Tourism are working together to bring the Canadian province to the..

Edinburgh Community Food on why fibre really is good for you!

By Nicola Murray (Student-on-Placement at ECF, Abertay University) So, what is the big deal about dietary fibre? Is it just to..

Thursday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

Cameo Big Scream: screenings exclusively for parents and carers with a baby under 12 months. This week: The Tale of the..

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art – Blake to Breton

SURREAL ROOTS: FROM WILLIAM BLAKE TO ANDRÉ BRETON Rare copies of publications by revolutionary writers and artists William Blake, Lewis Carroll..