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East Lothian rail partnership is launched
Covering the lines from North Berwick to Edinburgh Waverley and Dunbar to Edinburgh Waverley, the East Lothian Community Rail Partnership will work with local community groups, organisations and businesses as well as the rail industry to encourage more locals and visitors to use trains.
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.
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.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Scottish food attracts more tourists than rest UK
VISITORS to Scotland have been showing a taste for typical produce like shortbread and haggis, with four in ten of them buying food or drink to take home, figures have shown.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
It's Scotland the Rave at the Games opening ceremony
A capacity crowd of 40,000 people were ready, willing and able to join in the fun as the action kicked off at Celtic Park.
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.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Garden herbarium celebrates 50 years
It is 50 years since the Queen officially opened the herbarium and library building at Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden.
Body found in Edinburgh river
It'll be rather a cloudy start, with mist in places. However, it'll soon brighten up - mist will clear and cloud will thin and break, allowing good sunny spells to develop once again.
A guide for surviving the Edinburgh Fringe
IT'S A STOCK soundbite that the population of Edinburgh doubles during August, as performers, festival workers, agents and PR execs, journalists and reviewers, show-goers and tourists descend upon the city for the month.
Boy, 16, suffers fractured skull in Glasgow attack
A 16-year-old boy is being treated for a fractured skull after an incident in Glasgow's east end.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Weather: Scotland on course for a heatwave
Temperatures are likely to climb as high as between 25C and 26C across the country, while parts of England are expected to enjoy temperatures of around 30C from Wednesday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
The Highland Line: why proposals to increase flights from Inverness to London are a no-brainer
They were there to gather local views on how well or badly the Highlands are connected to London in terms of air services.
Glasgow travel tips: Where to go and what to see in 48 hours
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Thu Jul 17, 2014
Darling: being part of Brand Britain is major benefit to Scotland's tourism industry
Being part of "Brand Britain" is a major benefit to Scotland's tourism industry which is threatened by independence, Alistair Darling said.
Fears over Orange Order march before referendum
AN Orange Order march set to take place in Edinburgh just days before the referendum on Scottish independence risks damaging the capital's image on the global stage, council leaders have warned.
The Daily Record
The It Boy: Balado blowout was one I'll never forget
SCOTLAND suffered its biggest hangover of the year on Monday as thousands of festivals goers said bye bye to Balado in the latest chapter in T in the Park's history.
Laughs are guaranteed as Falkirk's fifth festival dawns
It's Scotland's biggest comedy festival outside of Edinburgh and Glasgow and it all gets under way for a fifth time tomorrow.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
10 reasons Edinburgh is the best city in the UK
For out of this world festivals, fireworks and food, head straight to Edinburgh.
Scottish unemployment up by 13,000
The number of people out of work in Scotland rose by 13,000 to 192,000 over the three months to May, according to official figures.