City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News


The launch of The Scottish Community Broadcasting Network

PRESS RELEASE

Scottish Community Broadcasting Network and Scotland's Learning Partnership

Halifax Offers 10% Savings Account

Halifax Branch George Street in Edinburgh

The credit crunch continues to be a boon for savers with the Halifax today launching a 10% fixed rate savings account. The drawback is that savers can only deposit up to £500 (or as little as £25) each month by standing order for a guaranteed rate of 10% for only the first year.

Film Festival Quadruples Prize Money For Brit Filmmakers

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) have announced a substantial increase in award money for British Filmmakers and also announced the jury that will preside over the award this year.<

Blasts From the Past at 2008 Fringe

The Fringe may be about discovering new acts, new writing, and the raw talent of tomorrow's stars, but it is also a place where fading stars come to shine a little brighter and household names present themselves in new guises.

No Prime Minister: Gordon Brown Out of Favour In the Fringe

Edinburgh Fringe Programme 2008 launch

The Edinburgh Fringe rolled out its 2008 programme on Thursday, with cutting edge comedy, the light and dark side of the digital era and world politics - but a notable absence of satire on dour Gordon Brown.

The Wasp Factory Review

Edinburgh author Iain Banks’ disturbing seminal novel, first published 24 years ago, has not lost its ability to fascinate.

TV Fest Launches Viral Video Race

A short film contest was launched yesterday where the winner will be chosen simply by the number of views it can stack up.

Edinburgh Solicitors Hope To Put Crimp in the Crunch

A group of solicitor firms, who account for around a quarter of the properties sold in the Edinburgh area, are hoping that a new cashback scheme aimed at helping first time buyers will stave off the worst of the credit and housing meltdown.

Yellow Moon Review

David Grieg's play Yellow Moon engages the audience from beginning to end. Following its run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year (see review

Call to Help with Virtual Archive of the Great War Ninety Years On

Camerons Leaving Edinburgh Castle For the Front

It was "the war to end all wars." The "Great War." A time when a generation of men died and were maimed in the nightmare of trench warfare characterised by gas attacks and suicidal rushes on machin

Search is on for Perfect Princess for 3D Panto

The King's Theatre is on the look-out for the perfect princess for its christmas pantomime.