So the skirl of bagpipes will still be heard above the burr of city traffic in downtown Vancouver. After a surprising flurry of global media coverage over a ban on busking with bagpipes, drums, and bongos in Edinburgh's twin city, Vancouver's mayor Gregor Robertson has promised the ban will be lifted.
Calling independent documentary filmmakers: the Scottish Documentary Institute is looking for 12 projects to host at the Edinburgh Pitch, a 3-day workshop where participants learn about TV commissi
Bike boxes are the focus of the latest road safety initiative by Edinburgh City Council and Lothian and Borders Police.
For those that run around Inverleith Park, or walk their dog there, you might have noticed some interesting additions along your route.
The Historic Scotland Rangers Service has put out a call for volunteers to leap into action and assist with the annual Spring migration of toads.
Well it looks as though Edinburgh Council's Lib Dem/SNP administration has finally done for the city with its chaotic tram project and has finally broug
With all the Scottish Government hype over the Borders Railway one actually wonders who really want
His Holiness, Pope Shenouda III, has died at the age of eighty-eight. For forty years he has been the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church based in Egypt, but now spread around the world.
The next phase of tram works starts this weekend with ongoing works at Shandwick Place and Haymarket being extended to include West Maitland Street from 5am on Saturday 24th March
Broughton village has yet another addition to their fine range of quality independent shops and it comes in the form of The Beerhive, a new beer and wine merchant
The refusal of Edinburgh City Council to reveal the cost of the pay-off for former trams head Richard Jeffery is just the same as the banks giving
Drivers crossing the Forth Road Bridge are being warned to expect long delays on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 March while repair work is being carried out.
The earth is trembling with the promise of a new wave as Strange Theatre present a mini-festival which kicks off this evening at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, centred on the company’s new
Travelling by bus just became a little less attractive an option after Lothian Buses, following the lead set by train companies, announced that it will be increasing its ticket prices from 4th March by almost 10% for some tickets.
The annual Edinburgh International Festival of Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace brings together people from a wide range of backgrounds to explore spiritual, secular, educational, artistic and cultural approaches to peace and mutual understanding utilising performances that deal with these topics through inventive, cross-art productions.
Edinburgh cyclists have been feeling a little more loved after recent decisions at two levels of government - local and Scottish - on the amount of money being budgeted for cycling in coming years.