News / Edinburgh
Licensing bosses approved a Sex Entertainment Venues policy which restricts all adult entertainment venues.
Property developer planned to demolish and redevelop the former George/County Cinema in Edinburgh to build 21 homes.
Police have issued an appeal after numerous locks were glued shut at business premises in Edinburgh.
Former bus driver Carlos Palacio was struck down by a tram in the city’s Saughton area in September 2018.
They will be the first Scottish cities to use the electric bikes, after being introduced in London to replace diesel vehicles.
The victim was targeted in Edinburgh's Ferry Road at around 7.40pm on Sunday.
The Scottish Government has put its vaccination campaign into overdrive.
The curtain has been raised on the stage version of the festive classic at the Edinburgh Playhouse after being postponed in 2020.
Inspector Rebus author will lead literary tour of the capital as part of Forever Edinburgh's 'The Story Never Ends' campaign.
Underbelly has submitted additional plans for Edinburgh's much-loved winter festival.
The mechanically printed book is being auctioned as part of the Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs sale in Edinburgh.
The Scran Academy has been helping youngsters overcome poverty-related challenges.
Edinburgh City Council has refused a number of freedom of information requests regarding the group.
There will be no trains running running from Edinburgh Waverley and a very limited number around Glasgow.
Marketing Edinburgh has failed to file its accounts two years in a row.
The traditional big seven are back in the top league for the first time since 2005.
The performances and protests aimed to highlight concerns over rising sea levels threatening communities.
The Cinescapes Festival will run from July to October.
Scotland also remained the most appealing part of the UK outside of London for foreign direct investment projects.
At around 9.50pm on Saturday, officers received a report that a 16-year-old had been attacked in the park.