Tag archive for ‘The Edinburgh Reporter’
By Phyllis Stephen On Thursday, March 15th, 2018

The Edinburgh Reporter March issue is now published

You can now get a copy of our free newspaper which was published at the beginning of the month. You can download an electronic version below. It is distributed to all city libraries, city centre hotels and coffee More...

By Isla MacFarlane On Monday, March 5th, 2018

St Patrick’s Day events 2018

 Edinburgh’s Festival of Ireland Friday 16 March to Saturday 31 March 2018: Edinburgh’s Festival of Ireland is a celebration of the links between Scotland and Ireland, with arts, dancing, storytelling More...

By Phyllis Stephen On Friday, January 19th, 2018

Missing Finnish tourist found safe

Edinburgh Police have confirmed this morning that 38-year-old Riina Elisabeth Sjögren, who was last seen in York Place on Tuesday, 9 January 2018, has now been traced safe. She was found at 9am today on Palmerston More...

By Phyllis Stephen On Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

Five places to visit in Edinburgh

Edinburgh Castle Towering over Princes Street and affording great views of the city to the north the Castle is worth a visit. Whether it is worth paying the price of the entrance fee (£16.00 at the time of writing) More...

By Isla MacFarlane On Saturday, November 25th, 2017

Mary King’s Close announces Christmas tours

The Real Mary King’s Close has announced special Christmas tours for the festive season. This December guests can step beneath the historic Royal Mile and uncover a darker side to the holiday season, with More...

By John Hislop On Saturday, November 25th, 2017

Assistant Chief Constable suspended following anonymous criminal allegations

Assistant Chief Constable Bernard Higgins was suspended with immediate effect yesterday following  ‘a number of criminal and misconduct allegations’. Three other officers have also been suspended and More...

By Phyllis Stephen On Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Cherry joins Holocaust survivors at tea party

Joanna Cherry MP joined twenty one MP colleagues and Peers as she met with Holocaust survivors and youth leaders at an intergenerational tea party in the Houses of Parliament. The party was held to launch Mitzvah More...

By Phyllis Stephen On Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

Castlebrae Community High School curry favour – can you help them?

In an innovative move the catering department at Castlebrae Community High School invite you to use their facilities and hold your next meeting or event there. They will cater for you, whether it is afternoon tea, More...

By John Preece On Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

The ER goes to France – and Belgium….

…but only briefly. Following our – myself and Adrian Henry (Rugby People) – coverage of the rugby match in Villeneuve d’Ascq on Saturday, we arranged to meet up with the three Scots players More...

By John Hislop On Monday, September 25th, 2017

Book news – Peter Ritchie’s new book Cause of Death is out now

Black and White Publishing unveils ‘Cause of Death’, the eagerly awaited crime fiction novel by former Lothian and Borders Police detective Peter Ritchie. Dozens of former colleagues were in the audience More...