COUNCIL bosses are to seek reassurances from the Procurator Fiscal that no further criminal action is being taken over the statutory repairs scandal.22 comments
A CITY reverend is set to quit the Kirk after the Church of Scotland voted in favour of allowing gay ministers.12 comments
Long-suffering residents have already waited an extra four years for a high-cost tram service through the Capital’s streets.30 comments
HIBS fans are jetting in from all four corners of the globe to join the exodus to Hampden as Scottish Cup history beckons for the Easter Road side tomorrow.11 comments
FOOTBALLERS getting all fired up for a charity curry- eating competition have cried foul after it was banned by health bosses.3 comments
BEACHES in the Lothians have been declared among the best in Europe.8 comments
Cast members from Ghost The Musical, currently showing at the Playhouse, took a real ghost tour at the Blair Street Vault.
As 27,000 prepare to run the Edinburgh Marathon, one athlete is facing a mad dash – and that’s before he even gets to the starting line.
A RUN-DOWN central park is set to be overhauled in efforts to create a green heart in Livingston.
A SCANDINAVIAN consortium seeking to buy Hearts expects to pay between £5 million and £10m to gain control of the club.145 comments
Hibs boss Pat Fenlon has revealed he has just one wish for tomorrow’s Scottish Cup final – that his Easter Road side simply do themselves justice.2 comments
HEARTS striker John Sutton is happy to see out the final year of his contract at Tynecastle despite reported interest from Aberdeen.1 comment
As Easter Road men bid for Scottish Cup glory against Celtic tomorrow, Scott Thomson looks back at the club’s 12 previous final appearances2 comments
THE match laboured under an air of gloom, an all-green clash marred by tragedy a week earlier and a game which one witness would go on to describe as “the poorest final on record, for the most part dull and dreary”.3 comments
The player whose last-minute try gave Edinburgh Accies a bonus-point win at Boroughmuir to take them into the British and Irish Cup next season intends to carry on where he left off next week as Scotland Under-20s step up their preparations for a World Championship bid.3 comments
The forgotten man of Edinburgh Rugby has finally upped sticks and moved back south, leaving a string of questions unanswered as to why he never received a single opportunity at RaboDirect PRO12 or Heineken European Cup level.1 comment
eDINBURGH Rugby have taken the unusual step of advertising for an assistant coach before the vacant head coaching role has been filled.3 comments
Edinburgh Rugby were today urged to put down even firmer roots at Murrayfield Stadium by Iain Milne, one of the team’s most distinguished players of the amateur era.10 comments
Former Scotland Rugby supremo Phil Anderton today insisted any move to a more compact stadium for Edinburgh’s team would have a beneficial effect on fortunes.6 comments
A SMILE from ear to ear, his hand firmly clutching the gleaming cup as hundreds of fans shout out in celebration around him.
FROM mobile libraries to meals on wheels, fitting hospital telephones to assisting in international aid efforts, the WRVS has touched countless lives over the decades.
QUALITY Meat Scotland has provided recipes contributed by Scottish celebrities as part of its ‘Round the Table’ campaign.
Tucked away in the West End, Indigo Yard is a favourite haunt for after-work drinks and supper. With extensive seating areas there is plenty of space for both.
David Bishop, author and creative writing lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University.
The Livingston Players may perform in West Lothian, but their latest production has its heart set firmly in the Capital.
LAST week I was beamed back to 1983. That was the year I got my first exposure to David Bowie after my older sister’s boyfriend gave me a copy of Hunky Dory on cassette tape.
AS the house lights dim and a chorus of Hey Donald Where’s Your Troosers? gives way to throbbing techno beats, the tone of Highland Fling is immediately established.
Sir Roger Moore today announced he will make his first stage appearance in Edinburgh later this year, as he took a cheeky pop at fellow James Bond actor Sir Sean Connery.4 comments
STEVEN Soderbergh’s final film, the return of the Coen brothers and a look at how children are portrayed on screen are just some of the reasons critics are celebrating at this year’s 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
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