16 canal boats decorated with lights and playing music brought life to Edinburgh’s Union Canal yesterday evening to celebrate […]
The cold weather is back again and Edinburgh’s homeless are the ones to feel it the most. To help […]
Scotland’s hydroelectric power stations have received a boost from a warm and wet winter. Energy production in Hydro […]
A local Councillor has described Edinburgh’s attempt to keep the city’s streets safe during the winter season as […]
By Claire McCann
The winter snow that cost Scotland £4.16 million last year in ground salt and road repairs is not all bad, as a Scottish Ski resort sees substantial rise in profit.
Cairngorm Mountain Ltd who run a ski site saw their finances change from a loss of £42, 728 in the previous years to a profit of £736, 031 up to March 2010.
By Karen Rafferty
As the hours of daylight have started dropping in the UK, so too, has the temperature. With many people suffering last year as a result of snow blizzards and freezing temperatures, preparations are now under way in Scotland to help deal effectively with any issues that the winter weather may bring.
By Steven Brykajlo Good news for commuters as the Hillend junction on the A702 is now re-open after a […]
By Courtnay Baird Kelso is aglow again after the gas was turned back on after almost 72 hours […]