City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Bumblebees Need Our Help Says Minister

Bumblebee in Edinburgh Botanic Garden

Scottish Environment Minister Michael Russell urged gardeners yesterday to help bumblebees as he launched Scottish Biodiversity Week (19-25 May).

Making forums look good for you

I made a post to the Forum, just over a week ago, on how to get ensure that your post doesn't have additional whitespace.

Romeo and Juliet Review

Scottish Ballet's new interpretation of the tragic tale of star-crossed lovers is spellbinding.

Edinburgh City Council Plans to Build 500 Affordable Homes

The property slowdown may finally have reached North of the Border last month, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Fast Filmmakers Under Starter's Orders on Friday

If you see a bunch of people running around frantically with a video camera this weekend, it's probably filmmakers taking part in the 48 Hour Film Project.

Royal Lyceum Theatre Announces 2008/2009 Season

The Royal Lycem Theatre has announced its new season of plays for 2008/2009.

Unleashed Dogs Terrorising Lambs in Pentlands

More lambs are being killed by dogs in the Pentlands in 2008 than in any previous year according to park rangers and farmers.

Solicitors Say Scots Property Market Is Insulated From Downturn

For Sale Signs

These may be nervous times for anyone trying to sell a house, with properties that a year ago would have had multiple offers getting little interest now, but our unique property-buying system shoul

Scottish Chamber Orchestra 2007/2008 Season Closing Concert

The SCO give predictably good performances and this Beethoven and Haydn concert, the last in their current series at the Queen's Hall, was no exception.

Edinburgh Film Festival Launches June Programme

Stone of Destiny - Still

The annual Edinburgh International Film Festival today announced the full programme of films for its new 10-day slot in June. Scottish and British filmmakers should be out in force with many of the cast and crew from the two British films that are bookending this year's fest expected to make it to Edinburgh.

Death Story Review

Alma Cullen is an Emmy and Bafta award winning screenwriter for television series such as Northern Lights, Inspector Morse and A Touch of Frost, but it's only in the last few years that she has dec