Health

For those that run around Inverleith Park, or walk their dog there, you might have noticed some interesting additions along your route.

The slow, plinky-plonk, whistling music, that sounded like the background to a light-hearted French film, wafted through the theatre, adding irony to the deeply moving subject matter that was about

Following in the footsteps of the hugely successful TEDtalks, the Edinburgh International Science Festival introduces in 2012 the Edinburgh Enlightenment Exchange or Edinburgh E2 .

The next phase of tram works starts this weekend with ongoing works at Shandwick Place and Haymarket being extended to include West Maitland Street from 5am on Saturday 24th March

Edinburgh is one of ten UK cities set to share £100m to introduce ultra-fast broadband and wifi through the city, Chancellor George Osborne announced today in his budget.

In 2001, at the age of 20 New York born Brian Lobel was diagnosed with testicular cancer.

Last year the ‘Anything Goes Knitting Group’ made headlines after they knitted 700 colourful squares to cover the trees at Leith Links for the “cool wool” part of the

One night each June, since the first Edinburgh Moonwalk in 2006, thousands of women (and men) powerwalk the streets of Edinburgh in their decorated bras to raise money for breast cancer research an

The annual Manipulate Visual Theatre Festival opens today (Monday) continuing until Saturday with a stimulating and eclectic program

 It's back!

10am
The Importance of Magnesium
Andrew Thomas