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Cineworld has announced that a revolutionary new cinema technology ScreenX will arrive at Cineworld Edinburgh on 2 July 2019. ScreenX is the world’s first multi-projection cinema technology, expanding the traditional cinema screen to the side auditorium walls, creating a 270-degree viewing experience for the audience. Cineworld Edinburgh will be the latest cinema in...
Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh, home of Hibernian FC
The new Hibs purple and green away kit for season 2019/20 will be available from 9am on Saturday 13 July. The club will sell the strips without the Hibernian Community Foundation logo pre-printed, but fans who wish can add it for £5. All profits from that...
You've heard his name and you have undoubtedly seen him on TV. Now 10 years after making his sell-out Fringe debut, BBC Arts Editor and presenter Will Gompertz returns to Edinburgh once more – for one week only - this August with Double Art History.
Ben Garrod Q&A -          Were you interested in dinosaurs as a child? Not just dinosaurs, but anything prehistoric. My first fossil find was on a beach near where I grew up. I was five years old and was on a day out with mum and dad. We wound the fossilised shell of a belemnite, which was...
Scottish Water is urging people to stay safe and advising them not take risks around rivers, reservoirs and lochs this summer. The utility company is calling on children and parents to take particular care during the summer holidays and any spells of warm weather we might enjoy - whenever those are.
The spending watchdog Audit Scotland claims that an IT project which ran into difficulties has cost Scotland's public sector pension body millions and set its planning back significantly. The Scottish Public Pensions Agency (SPPA) runs retirement plans for over 500,000 people, including NHS employees, teachers, firefighters and the police. A...
Edina Europa is a new Royal Mile walking tour for the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe, led by poet Ken Cockburn, which highlights Edinburgh’s longstanding links with Europe. This leisurely, informative walk around the Canongate takes in world-famous landmarks like Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament, as well as hidden squares, closes and gardens. It uses...
The front of the new main stand at Hearts Tynecastle Park
Former Hearts winger Jamie Walker is believed to be discussing an early release from his contract with English side Wigan Athletic – with a view to returning to Tynecastle. The 25-year-old is understood to be looking to return to the club where he made his name. An integral part of the Hearts team that raced away...
Once the Musical – based on the critically acclaimed film – is coming to the Edinburgh Playhouse in the spring of 2020. The film told the story of two lost souls – a Dublin street busker and Czech musician – who fall in love. Once follows their relationship over five days charting the big changes that...
The new registration window for the council's garden waste collection service year - October 2019 to October 2020 - opens on Wednesday 26 June 2019. The current garden waste service year ends on 6 October 2019. To have your garden waste bins emptied after this date, in the next service year which runs...
A teenager has been charged following the attempted theft of a motorcycle. Around 10.55pm on Saturday 22nd June officers received a report of suspicious activity around a German-registered Yamaha motorcycle parked at Willowbrae Road. Officers quickly responded and a 16-year-old male was arrested.
Police are appealing for witnesses following two housebreakings in Midlothian and East Lothian over the weekend. Sometime between 9pm and 11.55pm on Friday 21st June, a home in Eskbank Road, Bonnyrigg was broken into and various electrical goods were stolen along with a Lexus NX 300H car.
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