The council this afternoon voted in an overwhelming majority to redirect economic decisions to be more focussed on the needs of the 99% in an attempt to reduce the “inequitable gap” between rich and poor.
Another Edinburgh flat owner has come forward with complaints about the City Council’s poor statutory notice failures.
First Minister Alex Salmond has attacked Scottish Conservatives for acting to aid the interests of the UK Tory party, rather than that of the Scottish people.
Over 100 students from schools across Edinburgh met today to take part in a one-day Model United Nations conference at James Gillespie’s High School. This is the first one the school has run, and leads up to a larger weekend conference at George Watson’s College in March next year.
Scotland’s largest organic food retailer has launched an online petition protesting Edinburgh City Council’s demands that they remove their shop front signs.
Protesters against the planned Leith Biomass Plant have turned their attention to government subsidies in the hope that they will be the key to preventing Forth Energy’s plans to build a power plant in Leith.
A new marketing strategy that combines busking with social media was tested in Glasgow on Saturday in a campaign being branded as FanBusking.
Filmed in Edinburgh’s Caves, both the band and the director started their creative careers from home. It shows the growing trend of amateurs turning professional thanks to a rise in affordable technology.
A new Hybrid TV was revealed on Friday as representatives from across Europe met to discuss the future of broadcasting at the Storytelling Centre on the Royal Mile.