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Rugby: Foundering Edinburgh out to salvage some pride

Edinburgh find themselves at the wrong end of the table once again

Capital side have to slay Welsh Dragons in battle at the bottom

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

'Mr Project Fear' Blair McDougall to stand for Labour at the General Election

Blair McDougall, who was Better Together’s head strategist, will be up against sitting SNP MP Kirsten Oswald in East Renfrewshire

LABOUR was last night accused of “wheeling out Mr Project Fear” by selecting the former Better Together boss Blair McDougall to challenge the SNP in a bid to regain East Renfrewshire at the General Election.

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

Music: Crazy golfers Lush Purr above par with ponchos and panache

Lush Purr release Cuckoo Waltz on May 5 via Song, By Toad. Photograph: Stuart Mcintosh

“MY brain just went into autopilot,” says Gavin Will, frontman of Lush Purr, the Glasgow-based four-piece whose recent gigs have earned their clattering psyche-rock distinguished stripes.

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

Lesley Riddoch: Be sure to vote in the local elections ... and help pave the way to indyref2

Next week’s council elections could herald widespread organisational changes in local government

IT’S the election that’s been completely sidelined by Theresa’s snap UK poll -- forgotten by everyone that is except candidates, political parties, community activists and pollsters. But the local election results could be far more important…

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

Letters I: Large SNP majority can benefit the Green Party

The Scottish Greens have been warned that they risk splitting the pro-independence vote in marginal seats

WHILE I find much of the Green Party’s principles and aims very much in tune with my own thinking, as a party with the long-term goal of building a cleaner and more sustainable world, I do hope that, in the Theresa May power-grab election, Green Party…

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

The Edinburgh Fringe is going global!

Edinburgh Fringe 2016

ONE of Scotland's biggest arts events is to spread around the globe with the first ever World Fringe Day.

3:41pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Profile: Edinburgh Folk Film Gathering looks to Scottish filmmakers for its third year

Aldona Watts' 2015 documentary Land Of Songs focuses on the Lithuanian grandmothers who may be the last voices of their village's ancient folk singing tradition

A LIVE performance of traditional music will be staged before almost every film at this year’s Edinburgh Folk Film Gathering, the world’s first festival of folk cinema.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Rare £30,000 Peter Pan sculpture to go on auction in Edinburgh

The rare bronze sculpture is a reduction from an original of JM Barrie’s Peter Pan by Sir George Frampton

A RARE original bronze sculpture of Peter Pan is to be sold at auction.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

SNP bosses due to select candidates for five Westminster seats not held by party

SNP business convener Derek Mackay is overseeing a faster selection process

SNP bosses are today expected to finalise the selection of candidates to stand in the five Westminster seats in Scotland not currently held by the party.

12:00am Wednesday 26 April 2017

SNP MP Tommy Sheppard calls on Greens to avoid splitting pro-independence vote in marginal seats

Tommy Sheppard suggested that Labour’s Ian Murray could lose his Edinburgh seat

TOMMY Sheppard has called on the Scottish Greens not to stand candidates in seats the Tories could take at the General Election. The SNP MP for Edinburgh East, who was a key figure in the Yes campaign in 2014, urged branches not to fight…

12:00am Wednesday 26 April 2017
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