Rugby fans given improved access to West End

The council is taking steps to ensure that rugby fans have the best possible access to city bars, restaurants and shops when Scotland take...

Christine McDiarmid Black receives her BEM from the Lord Provost

Badminton star and community coach Mrs Christine McDiarmid Black has been presented with the British Empire Medal in recognition of her dedication to sport...

Jurors can be over 65

People over the age of 65 will be eligible to take part in jury service from tomorrow as key changes to modernise Scots law...

Community Council seeking new members in Leith Central

One of the city's community councils is now looking for new members to represent the interest of people in the area. Nominations are now open for...

Five things you need to know today Edinburgh!

MSP to hold funding event today - Pedal on Parliament - Church changes service this Sunday - Newington Library - World Book Night at...

Two charged after drugs seizure in Dalkeith

Two men have been charged with drugs offences following a proactive police operation in Midlothian. During the early hours of Wednesday, officers travelling in an...

Lord Provost fundraising for Philippines disaster fund

  The Lord Provost Donald Wilson was at Waverley Station this morning helping to fundraise for the 13 million people affected by typhoon Haiyan that devastated parts of the Philippines...

Witness appeal after two women robbed in the Meadows area

Police are appealing for the public's help as they investigate two robberies in the Meadows Park area. The first incident took place around 2.15am on...

Scottish SPCA alerted to stranded octopus on sand at Cramond beach

The Scottish SPCA was alerted on Friday morning when an octopus was spotted stranded on the sand at Cramond beach. Scotland’s animal welfare charity received a...

Businesses approve the West End BID!

The fourth Business Improvement District in the capital has now been given the green light by its members. The whole consultation and voting process has...

Treasures at the City Chambers – the mace

No, by treasures we are not talking about councillors here. But there are some real treasures at the City Chambers both old and new. The...

Government funding for Winter Festivals in Scotland

The Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop today announced funding for Scotland’s Winter Festival Programme – kicking off on St Andrew’s...
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