City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


Lockerbie: Unfinished Business Review

Why is it we always remember where we were when something bad happens?

Who Cares? Does the reputation of our country matter?

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Today we lost the Scots Makar, Edwin Morgan who died aged 90.

"Don’t let your work and hope be other than great" he said.

MSP To Revisit Lockerbie With Film Screening


Christine Grahame MSP plans to screen a Dutch TV film "Lockerbie Revisited" at an upcoming SNP conf

Comedy Kicks Ass Big Picture

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The thumbnail of this picture by Norrie Stewart does the humour little justice as the 'Comedy Kicks Ass' title can't be easily seen on the original article.

Edinburgh’s Cardinal and the Lockerbie Bomber


Cardinal Keith O’Brien, Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh, writing in Scotland on Sunday on 8th August 2010, defends Scotland’s values on justice.

The First Minister of Scotland's Letter on Lockerbie to the American Senate

First Minister Alex Salmond has written to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations in order to assist it with its proposed hearing next Thursday (July 29).

Festival of Politics 2010

Debating Chamber

The Main Hall of the Scottish Parliament and various Committee Rooms are given over to five days of public discussions and debates on hot button issues such as euthanasia, privacy, the future of ci

'Making Scotland' - Alex Salmond

Alex Salmond - Scotland's First Minister

The First Minister, Alex Salmond MSP, discusses the Scottish Government's proposals for a referendum on Scotland's future, and detail the 21st century concept of independence and equality for Scotl

Edinburgh Book Festival: Beyond Devolution; Celebrating Scotland

Ruth Wishart is undoubtedly A Good Thing (to borrow Sellers and Yeatman's phrase of approval), and it was certainly a good thing she was Chair of the lively debate that led on from the observations of Henry McLeish, Tom Brown,

Festival of Politics Opens for its Fifth Year

An inspiring programme of debate and drama starts today as the Scottish Parliament's fifth Festival of Politics opens today for an extended five day run.