A pedestrian who died after being hit by a car in Edinburgh has been named.
Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with an assault in Edinburgh in December.
A pedestrian has died after being hit by a car in Edinburgh.
Police investigating an armed robbery at a dental practice have released images of a man they want to trace.
The Orchestre de Paris will perform in Edinburgh this summer as part of the city’s renowned international festival.
A murder inquiry has been launched after the body of a man was found in a burning vehicle.
A teenager has been sentenced to four years behind bars after stabbing two people in an attempted murder and an assault.
A signalling fault at Edinburgh Waverley is having a knock-on-effect as rail passengers face delays from Inverness and Aberdeen.
The cost of housing in Edinburgh and Glasgow is set to rise above UK averages over the next five years, according to market analysis.
Edinburgh and Aberdeen have been named as the best cities in the UK for European expats to live in.
Drinks giant Diageo has submitted plans for a new seven-storey whisky visitor centre in the heart of Edinburgh.
Fire crews have tackled a blaze at a block of flats in Edinburgh.
The extension of the Edinburgh Tram line to Newhaven is expected to cost more than £200 million, it has emerged.
More than 100,000 bottles of rare single malt Scotch whisky were sold at auction in the UK last year, according to a new report.
Edinburgh is one step closer to becoming the first city in the UK to introduce a tourist tax after the move was approved by councillors.
Stunning new exhibitions ready to open to the public as 15-year revamp of the National Museum of Scotland is completed
The 15-year renovation of the National Museum of Scotland finally comes to an end on Friday with the opening of three new galleries.
Galleries showcasing treasures from ancient Egypt and East Asia are set to open as the National Museum of Scotland’s £80 million transformation is completed.
Flights from Edinburgh to the Middle East will operate twice in a day for the first time as part of efforts to cope with high demand during peak periods.
A £45,000 car has been stolen after an Edinburgh house was broken into and the keys taken.
A woman had to be rescued from an icy river after going to the aid of her dog.
Stirling is one of the two most affordable cities in the UK when comparing average house prices with wages, according to new research.
An air rescue was launched to help a man who broke his foot after falling on Arthur’s Seat.
More than 370 people at a Scottish building contractor have been made redundant as the firm appointed administrators.
The Princess Royal has opened a new £3.5 million conference centre in Edinburgh.
Network Rail engineers will be delivering a £9m programme of "vital" track and level crossing enhancements between Aberdeen and Dundee over six weekends in February and March.
A schoolboy has been arrested after a teacher was allegedly hit in the face by a book.
Childhood letters by Mary Queen of Scots and other rare treasures will be on display for two days at an exhibition marking the anniversary of her execution.
An Inverness policeman will receive £300 in compensation after being punched in the face by a drunk Edinburgh woman.
A contraceptive treatment for men is being put to the test and researchers are seeking couples in Edinburgh and Manchester to take part in a groundbreaking study.
Aberdeen FC's lawyer believes protesters fighting to block the Dons' new stadium have come "nowhere close" to providing legal grounds for planning permission for the £50million facility to be revoked.
Aberdeen FC's legal team emerged from the first day of a court battle which could waylay the construction of the Dons' new £50 million stadium "content" with how proceedings played out.
A proposed tourist tax in Edinburgh will be put to city councillors next week as they consider implementing what would be a UK first.