2 hrs ago
Airport holds send-off for Sage Ridge students performing in Scotland
Northern Nevada's Sage Ridge School leaves Tuesday morning to participate in the prestigious 2014 Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
5 hrs ago
Palace date for East Lothian young achievers
Karen Munro, Scott Robertson and Neil Wyllie from Preston Lodge High School and Andrew Munro from Musselburgh Grammar were invited to Holyrood Palace recently to be presented with Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Glasgow passengers 'drink most'
TRAVELLERS on Emirates' Glasgow to Dubai route consume more on-board alcohol than any of the airline's other routes.
Scottish referendum could end 300-year union with England
As Glasgow basks in the glory of a Commonwealth Games that so far has gone off almost without a hitch, the real game in Scotland is arguably still to come.
Intellectual Property in an Independent Scotland
On 18 September 2014 the people of Scotland will vote in a referendum to decide their future: whether to continue as part of the United Kingdom, or whether to re-establish themselves as an independent country.
7N Architects Unveil Designs for Edinburgh's Fountainbridge Masterplan
Located next to a historic canal on the site of a former industrial zone, Fountainbridge currently marks one of the largest proposed developments in the Scottish city.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Edinburgh house prices high above Scottish average
RISING London house prices are back in the headlines accompanied by dire warnings of likely interest rate rises, but less attention has been paid to a similar comparison between Edinburgh and the rest of Scotland.
Mary King's Close in Edinburgh
Mary King's Close in Edinburgh Mary King's Close is an alleyway that is located under buildings in old Edinburgh, Scotland.
What Backpacking Through Europe Taught Me About Myself
On the last day of my travels through Europe, I felt small. It was a realization that this world is massive and I have so much more to explore.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The First World War began 100 years ago tomorrow ... how Scotland will remember its fallen
EVERY single public ticket for Scotland's national commemoration service to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War has been snapped up within hours.
Indian-origin boy's death to be independently probed in Scotland
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.
Charles' Chocolate Factory
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Fri Jul 25, 2014
Loyola Blakefield Players perform 'Godspell'
If you are staying in town this weekend make sure you see the Loyola Blakefield Players presenting the musical Godspell .
Indian-origin woman admits to killing son in Scotland
An Indian-origin woman Friday admitted to punching her three-year-old son to death at their home in Edinburgh, Scotland, in January.
Take part in centenary service
Pic Greg Macvean, 25/06/2011, Armed Forces Day in Edinburgh with Prince Charles giving the royal salute... Drumhead Service A group of 50 Angus folk are among those attending a major event in Edinburgh next month marking the outbreak of the First World War.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
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.
Exam reform delayed by schools
Dozens of schools across Scotland are delaying the introduction of new Highers in popular school subjects, according to BBC Scotland research.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Mayoral Delegation to Two Sister Cities
A Dunedin mayoral delegation will visit two of Dunedin's sister cities, Edinburgh, Scotland and Otaru, Japan, in late July and early August.
The Japan Times
Sunshine on Leith
Who wouldn't want a man that walks 500 miles just to be with you? In 1988 the Scottish band The Proclaimers released their album "Sunshine on Leith" featuring the song "I'm Gonna Be ," which had all the buoyant freshness of a young June bride clutching a rose bouquet.
Manhattan High School Travels to Scotland
Manhattan High School theater students are traveling to Edinburgh, Scotland for the upcoming Edinburgh Fringe Festival.