City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

The Glass Menagerie Review 2

The American playwright, Tennessee Williams is renowned for his compassionate and graceful observations on family life.

Sighthill Recycling Centre Makes It Four

Edinburgh's fourth Community Recyling Centre (CRC) at Sighthill is now fully operational at the city's Bankhead Avenue.

New Supercomputer Launched at Edinburgh University

A supercomputer which it is expected to offer insights into many burning scientific questions of the day from climate change, to questions about the evolution of the universe and sub-nuclear particles, was launched today at Edinburgh University.

What was a Wayzgoose?

A Wayzgoose was a printers' social outing in the heyday of the printing industry and curiously enough the Wayzgoose is the subject of a free exhibition at Napier University.

Scottish Ski Centres Welcome Snow

Scotland's 5 ski centres have been enjoying the recent wintry weather with some of the "best skiing in years."

Scottish Government Outlines National Planning Framework for Scotland 2030

The Scottish government outlined 9 infrastructure projects that could be potential national developments in the second National Planning Framework which is out for consultation today.

Sleeping Beauty Review

Sleeping Beauty was the second of Tchaikovsky's three great ballets. By the time it was first performed in 1890, Tchaikovsky had become the most famous composer in Russian history.

Edinburgh, Glasgow Airports Lift One-bag Restriction on 7 January

Edinburgh and Glasgow are among airports lifting the one-bag restriction for cabin baggage on Monday 7 January. However, a number of airlines will continue to restrict the number of bags which can be carried in to the cabin.

All Airport Strikes Are Off

Unite, the Union of BAA employees, has confirmed that it is calling off two further strikes at BAA airports, including Edinburgh and Glasgow. The Union had called a strike over changes to the company's pension scheme.

Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports Strike Averted

The planned airport strike action for next week has been averted after the British Aviation Authority, the organisation that runs Edinburgh airport, and union members agreed to further negotiations over the future of employees' pension schemes.