Presiding Officer calls for Parliamentary reform

  The voices of the people must be heard in Parliament following Scotland’s unprecedented voter turn-out at the Referendum, says Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick. Leading Time for Reflection, More...

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Rugby – Ospreys v Edinburgh Rugby

Edinburgh’s away record in the Pro 12 slumped to a new low on Sunday as they were beaten heavily by the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea. Comprehensively outperformed More...

Alan Stubbs’ reaction to latest defeat

Hibs Head Coach Alan Stubbs insists that it is impossible to legislate for the kind of mistakes that his players are making which has resulted in the club losing four of the More...

Rugby – Stewart’s Melville v Marr RFC

Stew-Mel eventually overcome Marr for their season’s opening win   National League newcomers, Marr RFC, visited sunny Inverleith for their third round match against last year’s More...

More webcasting from the council

  Days after the declaration of the Independence Referendum, aired live from Edinburgh and watched around the world, the City of Edinburgh Council has revealed plans to broadcast More...

Edinburgh gets ready for the Festival of Sport

Glasgow may have had the Commonwealth Games this year but Edinburgh is getting ready for the annual action-packed Festival of Sport which kicks off in the Capital next weekend, More...

Salmond’s resignation sparks leadership question

First Minister Alex Salmond has said that the independence movement will go on but his time as leader of the SNP and thus More...

Petition demands Westminster keeps their pledge

A petition has been set up and already has over 15,000 signatures demanding that David Cameron, Nick Clegg and More...

Presiding Officer calls for Parliamentary reform

  The voices of the people must be heard in Parliament following Scotland’s unprecedented voter turn-out...

First Minister to resign

  On the day after the historic Scottish Independence Referendum the First Minister called a press...

Drinking water improvements

Scotland’s drinking water quality has never been better according to the regulator’s report which shows that...

TERLive! Scottish Independence Referendum

  By the time this liveblog gets going the campaigning will be over. The votes will have been cast by More...

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 babies ashes matter..

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..

Forth Bridges Festival – Queensferry Regatta

A Wonderful weekend in glorious sunshine Report and photos by Donal Ferrie of Queensferry Rowing Club On Saturday More...

Chris Fujiwara resigns as Film Festival Director

Chris Fujiwara is stepping down from his role as Artistic Director of Edinburgh International Film Festival after supervising three festivals. Recruitment for..

Book Festival shortlisted for award

The ScottishPower Foundation has today announced that The Edinburgh International Book Festival is in the running to win an accolade at..

Film Review – Life of Crime (Daniel Schechter, 2014)

On paper, Life of Crime looks like another sappy addition to the Jennifer Aniston collection of ‘so-so’ movies. In part, this..

£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..

Tuesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

An Evening with Barrington Stoke - award-winning Edinburgh-based publishers of books for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic young readers. For teachers and parents interested in..