Tuesday Aug 12
Comment: Taking time to pedestrianise Edinburgh
The one-year pilot to part-pedestrianise George Street is now underway - with the aim of creating a space that attracts more people to enjoy our city centre, boosts business and enhances the ambience.
Over 2,400 Artists from 43 Countries Set for Edinburgh International Festival 2014, Opening Today
Today, at a press conference in Edinburgh, Director Jonathan Mills revealed the artists, companies and work from around the world which will fill the stages of Edinburgh's annual cultural celebration.
Glasgow chief leads 'rich list' for public sector
THE former head of Scotland's largest social work department has been named as the recipient of the UK's largest public-sector remuneration package by a campaign group.
Scots breathe new life into historical jet fighter
The Gloster Meteor T7, like the one pictured above, currently on display at the Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre, Angus.
The Times of India
Indian-origin boy's death to be independently probed in Scotland
LONDON: An independent probe has been ordered into the case of an Indian-origin woman who battered her three-year-old son to death in Scotland, media reported.
Fife Council reveal review into Mikaeel Kular case
The announcement comes just hours after Mikaeel's mother, Rosdeep Adekoya, admitted killing the three-year old after a massive manhunt started in Edinburgh and ended with the grim discovery of his body hidden in woodland behind a relative's home in Dunvegan Avenue, Kirkcaldy.
Experts reveal faces of medieval people who were discovered during trams work
FORENSICS experts have revealed the face of a teenager who died in Leith some 600 years ago, with his remains found during work for the Edinburgh Trams.
Probe over school's sensitive files
An investigation has been launched after sensitive files about teenagers were left strewn around a special school when it closed last month.