Attempted armed robbery at Livingston Post Office

Police in West Lothian are appealing for witnesses following an attempted armed robbery at a Post Office in Livingston which took place around 11am this morning on Cameron Way, Knightsridge. A male suspect More...

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Council’s budget planner proves popular

The council is delighted that there was a great deal more interaction with their draft budget proposals this year than in 2014. The report for next week’s Finance Committee More...

Edinburgh people urged to register to vote in May

There was a big push last year ahead of September’s independence referendum to get people to register to vote, but once more Edinburgh residents are urged to think about More...

Edinburgh schools serving up good food

The Soil Association has served up a bronze award to the City of Edinburgh council for the quality of their catering in primary, secondary and special schools. The Food for More...

David Cameron meets the First Minister in Edinburgh

The first photos have been released of the Prime Minister’s visit to Holyrood on the day that the draft legislation for increased devolution to Scotland is published. Photos More...

Smith Commission must go far enough

The Smith Commission has until Sunday to issue its draft legislation to bring more powers north of the border but they will publish the proposals later today. Deputy First More...

Scottish Recruitment Market gears up for 2015

  Demand for skilled professionals will increase in 2015, according to research by recruitment firm Eden Scott. The More...

Hardies want to sort out all your problems

A firm of surveyors with fourteen offices across Scotland have recently set up a new arm to offer a Dispute More...

Traverse hosting aerial dance and circus premiere

Three’s A Crowd To Premiere At Manipulate Festival, Edinburgh All or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre’s touring...

Council to sell part of Princes Street Gardens to National Gallery

The council have been asked to sell a corner of Princes Street Gardens to the National...

Exquisite dining at Number One

The flagship restaurant at The Balmoral has had a £200,000 facelift, but the owners Rocco Forte...

Hibernian Community Foundation and Lothian Autistic Society Open Day

Hibernian Community Foundation teamed up with the Lothian Autistic Society to stage an inaugural Open Day at More...

Keith Watson joins Hibs on loan from Dundee United

Keith Watson has joined Hibs on loan from Dundee United until the end of the season. The 25 year-old right-back will immediately..

Callum Booth joins Partick Thistle on loan

Hibs’ defender Callum Booth has joined Partick Thistle on loan until the end of the 2014/15 season. Academy graduate Booth, 23,..

Peter Ranscombe’s new book is based an old story

Peter Ranscombe is a freelance journalist and author living in Musselburgh. He previously worked for The More...

Scottish Book Trust invite you to listen to the New Writers

The BAFTA nominations are out and the Golden Globes already won. Now it is the turn of the writers to take..

Final book of the Grace den Herder trilogy out today

The kindle edition of former Lothian and Borders’ detective Peter Ritchie’s latest book, ‘Red Sky in the Morning’ is now available..

Exquisite dining at Number One

The flagship restaurant at The Balmoral has had a £200,000 facelift, but the owners Rocco Forte Hotels are anxious to point out that..

Traverse hosting aerial dance and circus premiere

Three’s A Crowd To Premiere At Manipulate Festival, Edinburgh All or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre’s touring production of Three’s A Crowd..

Escape Games popular on TripAdvisor

Live escape games have hit the capital. A quick look at Tripadvisor will show three live escape games in the top..