One of Britain’s largest Model United Nations conferences took place in Edinburgh this weekend.
Council contractors have cut down five trees along the Water of Leith, despite earlier promises they would be protected.
Edinburgh’s only short film night is being launched today. Taking place at the Banshee Labyrinth Cinema, Write Shoot Cut is a monthly screening of local, national and international short films.
Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden today opened a new festival focussing on pinhole photography. The two-week event brings together exhibitions and a variety of workshops for both beginners and professionals.
Edinburgh author and screenwriter, Alison Lang, has been shortlisted for three awards in the Gaelic film competition, FilmG.
Business leaders hope today’s launch of Primark on Princes Street, along with some of the earliest sales Edinburgh has seen, will kickstart a successful run up to Christmas.
The first images showing how Edinburgh’s historic Central Library would become the hub of a striking new cultural quarter are revealed by The Scotsman today.
Panda fever has spread beyond Edinburgh, with hotels in the city reporting a steep rise in inquiries from across the UK since the arrival at the weekend of Tian Tian and Yang Guang.
Staff at a charity shop were left “shaken – and a little stirred” after a vintage Rolex Oyster watch was handed in by an anonymous donor.
The council has scrapped plans to outsource its environmental services to private firm, Enterprise.
Iain Gray used today’s First Minister’s Questions to corner Alex Salmond over his refusal to name a date for Scotland’s referendum on independence, accusing the First Minister of being “scared of separation”.