City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Jobs


Historic Scotland Recruiting 30 Construction Apprentices Over 3 Years

Historic Scotland has launched its campaign to recruit 30 additional apprentices in traditional building skills - stonemasonry, joinery and painting.

Amazon to Create 900 New Jobs

Amazon is hiring in Edinburgh again. Today the online behemoth announced that more than 900 new permanent and temporary jobs will be created over the next five years with the opening of a new customer service centre at Waverley Gate in the capital.

Union Attacks Lloyds For "Drip Feed" of Job Loss Announcements

Lloyds TSB Hanover Street

Lloyds Banking Group has been criticised by the union Unite for "drip feeding" staff job loss announcements as it takes on more agency staff.

Scotland Census Day 2011

Census form

Every ten years, households in Scotland must, by law, answer a series of questions for the national census.

New Start, Free Business Exhibition

A free entrepreunial business show, New Start Scotland promises to help you "turn your business dreams into reality".

Amazon To Create 750 Jobs With New Fulfilment Centre

Amazon is to create 950 jobs across two Scottish sites: 750 jobs at a fulfilment centre in Dunfermline, and an additional 200 posts at its existing fulfilment facility in Gourock, which packs and ship items for Amazon customers. The company is also expected to create a further 1,500 temporary jobs during peak periods.

Auditions for National Youth Theatre Coming To Edinburgh

The National Youth Theatre is coming to Edinburgh to recruit for their 2011/2012 company, offering young people nationwide the chance to follow in the footsteps of Daniel Craig, Matt Smith, Orlando

Three Local Statues Get £16,550 Clean Up

Adam Black

It's a perennial problem when you're standing 24/7, 365 days a year outside in the elements. Pigeon droppings. Algae build-up. Grime. Even royalty is not exempt.

Deputy First Minister's Questions from Holyrood 16th September 2010

The Pope’s visit to Scotland again shaped First Minister's Questions (FMQs) with Deputy First Minister (DFM) Nicola Sturgeon standing-in for First Minister Alex Salmond who was over in

Will the Trams Bankrupt Edinburgh?

The Scotsman today highlights the announcement by Jenny Dawe, Leader of Edinburgh Council, that 300 jobs are to go in Edinburgh to help save £140 million.   How ironic when with the