House paint from the Isle of Skye made from organic seaweed, installing heat pumps in historic buildings, a
The City of Edinburgh Council has released the first Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) figures since the Low Emis
Eden Festival sounds like it should be in Edinburgh, but it's in fact a multi-day, family friendly, outdoor
The Water of Leith turned into a roaring torrent, there were long delays on the Edinburgh bypass caused by
Four-day annual trade show for those involved in the farming, food, and countryside sectors, with broad range…
Two of Edinburgh's Georgian residential gardens throw open their wrought iron gates to the public at a time
The Meadows to George Street Project, part of a wider plan to improve cycling, walking, accessibility, and
A free, family and community-led day in The Meadows, which will offer practical ways in which people can re
The Edinburgh Canal Festival is all about appreciating the Union Canal, th
The Edinburgh International Science Festival (EISF) launch
The Winter Solstice, the point at which we are tilted furthest away from the Sun in Earth's Northern hemisp
The Summer Solstice is generally known as the longest day in the year, and conversely sees the least amount
Another step in Granton's transformation has been taken with the removal of the bell on the iconic gasholde
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has pulled out of
Concern is rising about a resurgence of avian flu after a recent spate of reports of dead sea birds off our
Competitors from across 30 countries faced off with shears and a flock of woolly sheep this past weekend fo
The first Edinburgh Art Festival under new director Kim McAleese will be one of the “largest yet” featuring…
Trees are coming to one of Edinburgh’s most iconic streets, after a final operational plan for Edinburgh’s
The Edinburgh International Book Festival has u