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IAIN Banks, the celebrated Scots author of The Crow Road and Complicity, has announced today that he is dying of cancer.
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Fancy working over the New Year in a fun party atmosphere?
Edinburgh is expected to receive an economic boost of more than £1million with the hosting of the Scottish Conservative’s annual conference.
Scottish author Ian Rankin is the No. 1 bestselling and award winning author of the Rebus series of books as well as the related Malcolm Fox series and several stand-alone books.
Cupid co-founder Bill Dobbie will be replaced by current MD Phil Gripton
Edinburgh firm going through changes at the top
DRIVERS who block advanced stop zones for cyclists at traffic lights face a £100 fine and three penalty points under a police crackdown in Edinburgh.
The debate on Advanced Stop Lines goes on.....
A wealth of talent at Broughton High School who have won awards....all mentioned on the school website.....
Barratts have got the fear over social media.
Good article - we often tweet and liveblog council meetings. How could Barratt not have known?
Annie Lennox has leant her support to the latest phase of Waverley Care's Always Hear 2013 campaign, aiming to increase understanding of...
Today Frank looks at the plan for Hibs fans to welcome Tery Butcher by wearing headbands.
There's another new bit of street art in the neighbourhood. And it looks pretty fine.
How lovely this looks!
Cutbacks for two Edinburgh newspapers
“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.
Jawbone Arch in Edinburgh's Meadows will have to be taken away and restored as it is decaying.
Although it will be removed it appears that the council is planning to restore the structure and put it back in place.
COUNCILLOR David Walker wrote to the judge asking that thug John Lindsay be spared jail despite his vicious attack on victim Jamie Alexander in Edinburgh.
Scotland's Student Newspaper.
A MOVIE about the life of a Scottish prisoner of war is to get a screening in his home city of Edinburgh ahead of its UK premiere.
David Miller has a look around the Edinburgh tram depot.....
With Doctor Who's fiftieth anniversary almost upon us what better time to find out a bit more about Central Library's pet Dalek. The Dalek's many guises have been amusing and confusing visitors to ...
Who knew there was a Dalek in our midst?!
I'm not a Dr Who fan - but I'm sure there will be lots of library patrons who will like this.
Hello, Nesta is organising a series of One Day Digital- CPD events for teachers interested in Digital Making. The sessions take place next Saturday 23rd November at the School of Informatics...
SELF-TAUGHT artist Yvonne Keddie has swapped her sketchpad for an iPad to create amazing celebrity portraits that look as realistic as photographs.
The spatial element in Britten’s War Requiem matters.
Truly a shame that this little gem will be lost.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra has a mini war theme going on to straddle Remembrance Day.
TERRY Butcher remains favourite to take over at Easter Road today despite denials that a deal has already been done.