City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh City Council

Council Approves Plans To Build In Edinburgh Old Town Gap Site

Following an 18-month consultation period, revived plans to develop a gap site in the Edinburgh Old Town were approved by the City of Edinburgh Council’s Development Ma

Richard Demarco To Receive Edinburgh Award

Impressario, art advocate, co-founder of Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre, entrepreneur, activist. Richard Demarco has been called many things.

Museums Takeover Day

Kids prep for Takeover Day

Over 30 museums throughout the country are part of the first ever Takeover Day Scotland in museums.

Edinburgh's Christmas Set To Warm Up the Winter

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Underbelly’s big purple cows have barely been deflated after the Fringe and geese getting fat in the Capital is a matter of guesswork but

Edinburgh Tram Ticket Prices Revealed

Edinburgh Trams awaiting use

A ticket for Edinburgh's new trams, due to be running by May 2014, will be the same price as a bus ticket Edinburgh city leaders have announced.

Battle of Flodden Exhibition at Museum of Edinburgh

One of the most famous battles in Scotland’s history is to feature in a unique museum exhibition opens on Saturday 17 August in Edinburgh.

Floral Clock Marks 100th Centenary of Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo Floral Clock

A team of gardeners, using 40,000 plants, took two months to create this year's animal themed floral clock marking the 100th anniversary of

New Street Festival Hub For Edinburgh New Town

High Street at Festival Time

One of Edinburgh New Town's iconic streets will be restricted to traffic as part of a pilot project to create a major Festival hub in the city centre.

Launching Edinburgh's Fairtrade Fortnight 2013


Edinburgh's Lord Provost Donald Wilson and Scotmid's Malcolm Brown joined children from Stockbridge Primary School outside the Scotmid store in Raeburn Place, formerly a Woolworth store, to launch thi

Rare Japanese Handscroll Discovered In Edinburgh Collection

Japanese handscroll

A rare Japanese handscroll painting, dating back to the early 1700s, has been discovered in the special collections of Edinburgh’s Central Library