Ben Macpherson MSP has called for the support of local businesses while tram engineering constructions are in progress on […]
Hibs fans believe new manager, Jack Ross, could be the man to lead the capital side to a […]
Photo Above: Edinburgh Homeless © Aiala Garcia on Flickr
Creative Electric launched a crowdfunder to support a community arts cafe in Leith yesterday.
The Edinburgh-based theatre company hope to raise £1,000 for the re:place community arts cafes project, a pay-it-forward scheme to help homeless and vulnerable people in the area.
Dr. Bell’s Family Centre launches an appeal to raise £25,000 by April 2017
Dr Bell’s Family Centre has put to rest claims that the on-going funding crisis could result in closure by […]
I’m sorry to disappoint, but we’re looking at yet another week of freezing weather… Since it always helps to have a reason to leave the house, here’s our top 5 things to do in Edinburgh this week:
Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon spoke to our sports reporter Joe Birchenall ahead of his sides fixture tonight at […]
Leith local election candidates faced the voters last night at the Leith Links hustings. On the menu were crucial […]
The family of John Carter who was beaten and left to die in a lift in Edinburgh’s Salamander […]
By: Anna Redman
Spanish wind turbine manufacturer, Gamesa, has announced their plan to create around 800 jobs at a new Edinburgh plant, which will be located in Leith.
The investment in this project will be about £125m.
The Leith festival looks set to face a dramatic downsize due to public funding cuts. One of Edinburgh’s […]
By Celeste Carrigan The penultimate Royal Navy 42 Type Destroyer, HMS Edinburgh has docked in Leith for the […]
by Celeste Carrigan A 20-year-old man is due in court later today at Edinburgh’s Sheriff Court. He was […]
by Trystan Davies Gordon Brown at the turn of the century highlighted a new idea. That idea was […]
By Colleen Reid A funding initiative to give power to local people, ‘£eith Decides‘ is an X-Factor style […]
The people of Leith are being given the chance to choose where local government money ends up under an exciting new plan. The scheme called “£eith Decides” will give people in the community the power to decide exactly where their money is going. Run by the Leith Neighbourhood Partnership, the scheme has around £16,000 available for local groups.
The Waterfront project of Edinburgh is the centre of a row between two city councillors. The £84 million […]
Forth Energy are to give the public a chance to view plans for a controversial new biomass plant at the Docks in Leith
There will be a focus on administering the swine flu jab to children under fives and personal careers […]
Embattled traders in Leith walk won their plea to suspend the tram works for more than a month […]
EXCLUSIVE by Narelle McGowan & Gemma Haigh Staff at eight Edinburgh First Quench off-licences face redundancy without pay, […]
The ‘Save Leith’ campaign moved up a gear today as protestors took over 4000 signed petitions to the council. The […]