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A giant dragon and a homage to Patrick Geddes to be part of Edinburgh Art Festival

Edinburgh

A giant dragon and an urban wildlife reserve are to be part of this year's Edinburgh Art Festival.

2:26pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Herald Diary: Playing for Salvador Dali, the Glasgow lad meeting his ex, and what Edinburgh hotels provide

Sweets

A bit of a dalliance

12:06am Thursday 25 May 2017

Edinburgh office sold in £47m deal

Exchange-Place-Edinburgh

A GERMAN investment fund has completed the purchase of a key Grade A office in Edinburgh for £47 million from Aberdeen Asset Management.

12:02am Thursday 25 May 2017

Recovery in European markets benefits Edinburgh Partners trust

Company news

THE MANAGER of the European Investment Trust has said that ongoing economic recovery in the region is having a positive impact on the trust’s performance.

12:04am Thursday 25 May 2017

Severely damaged overhead wires bring major rail disruption across east coast

Severely damaged overhead wires bring major rail disruption across east coast

Rail passengers are being warned of major disruption between Edinburgh and Dunbar until the end of service today.

7:54pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Morrissey, Idi Amin, transgender choirs and riot police: Made in Scotland reveals its Fringe showcase

The Last Queen of Scotland. Stellar Quines

A show featuring an 120-strong transgender choir, and plays about Idi Amin's impact on Scotland, four policemen in a riot van, and a fans love for Morrissey are among the key Scottish showcase at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

11:14am Thursday 25 May 2017

Andrew Victor Dallmeyer

DALLMEYER Andrew Victor (Edinburgh) Died 21st May 2017, aged 72, at St Columba's Hospice, Edinburgh, from Motor Neurone Disease. Playwright, director, actor. Loving son, brother and father to Amy and Tobias, grandfather and good friend to many.…

1:51am Thursday 25 May 2017

John McLellan: For a councillor, the devil is in the detail

John McLellan

IT was a standing joke on slow days at the Edinburgh Evening News to ask the news editor if there wasn’t a really interesting story about Cosla we could splash, instead of the tedious rubbish on the newslist. The joke was, of course, that there was…

12:06am Thursday 25 May 2017

Danish conductor is the new music director of Scotland's national orchestra

Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård outside the Royal Scottish National Orchestra's Glasgow HQ.Picture: Drew Farrell

The Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård is to lead Scotland’s national orchestra from 2018.

12:02pm Thursday 25 May 2017

Six of the best Scottish Cup finals: Hibernian 1 Hearts 5 (2012)

BEST BARR NONE: Hearts defender Darren Barr wheels away in celebration having given his side the lead as the Hibs defenders stand bewildered . . . Pictures: SNS

For Hearts it was memorable. For Hibernian supporters, forgettable – instantly. Not that they were ever going to get the chance to erase these 90 minutes from the memory.

8:17am Thursday 25 May 2017
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