The winner of this year's Edinburgh Medal is Professor Carl Djerassi, an American chemist, novelist and playwright and Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at Stanford University. Djerassi is best known for his contribution to the development of the first oral contraceptive pill in 1951 for which he won the National Medal of Science in the USA.
Edinburgh residents say their concerns about air pollution, caused by re-routing city centre trams traffic, is falling on deaf ears after a Council committee hearing yesterday.
A Book of Condolence, in commemoration of those who died in the 11 March earthquake and tsunami in Japan, was opened yesterday morning at the Japanese Consulate in Edinburgh.
The Book of Condolence "for the Tohoku district - off the Pacific Ocean Earthquake" is open for signing at the Japanese Consulate until Wednesday 23rd March (excluding the weekend) from 9.30am-12.30pm and 2.00pm-4.30pm.
The Scottish Government announced funding of £243,000 for retrofitting older Edinburgh buses with emission reducing filters today.
The Natural Fertility Centre has teamed up with GCRM (Glasgow Centre for Reproductive Medicine) to offer the unique chance to meet and speak with experts in IVF and natural fertility support.
Between the 9 and 22 April, this year's Edinburgh International Science Festival will see over 200 adult and family events taking place in 38 venues across the city.
Are you up for the challenge? Ready for a 165ft freefall abseil on the iconic Forth Rail Bridge? Then Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland invites you to South Queensferry on 8th May!
Urbanathlon Edinburgh is back for the third year!
Cycling is a great way to keep fit and what better way to get started than a Canal Cycle Ride on traffic free paths! Challenge yourself to cycle 25 or even 50 miles!
A City Sandwich Shop in Edinburgh Old Town has been fined a total of £4,000 after pleading guilty to two charges under the Food Hygiene (Scotland) Regulations 2006.