City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh Book Festival: Roy Hattersley: "If Harold Wilson had Lived to 100", Review

Roy Hattersley appeared with a beard which he assured the audience was not to be seen as being in sympathy with Jeremy Corbyn!

Edinburgh Book Festival: Richard Murphy, Why Britain Needs a Fair Tax System

Tax may not sound like the most exciting subject but the Studio Theatre was packed with around 275 of us to hear Richard Murphy, author of the recently published "The Joy of Tax".

Edinburgh Book Festival: Mervyn King: Making Banking Better Review

The appearance of Mervyn King, former Governor of the Bank of England, produced a predictably very respectable turnout in the Baillie Gifford Main Tent at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

Coal Action Tour

3 experts share their experience and expertise on the need to end coal mining, and how this process has been a struggle so far in Russia, Colombia, USA and the UK.

Scottish Election 2016 by Numbers

Candidates from all political parties are making a final push today, the eve of the Scottish Parliament Election 2016.

Children’s Festival Imaginate to be Awarded EU Funding

Beating off some fierce competition from over 400 organisations across Europe, renowned Scottish Children’s Festival Imaginate has won highly coveted funding fo

2071: The World We'll Leave Our Grandchildren

Probably the most important talk that you can see at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, particularly in light of the recent Paris Agreement in December.

Scotland Says Goodbye to Coal Power

Scottish Power: Longannet

The last coal-fired power station in Scotland shuts down today.

Bryony Kimmings: Advice From One Fringe Performer To Another

Bryony Kimmings at Fringe Central

Comedian Bryony Kimmings today gave the official Fringe Central Opening Address, the third of its kind.

Council Plans Co-operatively Funded Solar Project

Edinburgh City Council is planning to install community-owned solar panels on 25 Council buildings throughout the city.