Rugby Round Up

Ryan Maher and Jamie McDonald discuss all talking points from the 6 Nations with highlights and analysis of Ireland's win over Scotland. … [Read more...]

EN4 News Update – 15.00

The latest headlines with Jamie McDonald. … [Read more...]

Midlothian council hope to acquire new parking powers

Midlothian Council are set to be awarded new parking powers in an attempt to prevent drivers from committing parking offences in the city. This comes from the withdrawal of police enforcement in the county, and the introduction of decriminalised … [Read more...]

Women gather in first beer industry collaboration

A group of female brewers are set to come together in the industry’s first collaboration to create their very own limited edition craft beer. Jenn Merrick, founder of London based brewery; Earth Station plans to join together with a leading team of … [Read more...]

You can now explore The National Museum of Scotland online!

Using the same system as Google Street View, you can now explore everything on offer at the National Museum of Scotland from the comfort of your own home. Hosted by Google Arts and Culture the entire museum has been uploaded online, alongside 1000 up … [Read more...]

Edinburgh Cyclists to get head start at traffic lights

Under new council plans announced today, cyclists will get a head start at traffic light junctions along the tram route. These new traffic lights that would go green for riders before other traffic would be installed at 14 different sites along the … [Read more...]

Avengers premiere could take place in Edinburgh

Scottish Avengers fans may get the chance to assemble at the premiere of Avengers Infinity War as rumors speculate that it may showcase in Edinburgh. It comes after the backing of eager fan Mae Trumata’s petition to get the film in the capital by … [Read more...]

Brexit bill powers curbed by MSPs at Holyrood

In a series of meetings held by the Finance Committee at the Scottish Parliament, MSPs have been debating amendments to the Westminster EU Withdrawal Bill amongst dispute over devolved powers in a post-Brexit political landscape. There is potential … [Read more...]

Poor Brexit negotiations could cause the British public their money and their holiday

UK is set to leave the European Union on the 29th of March next year. As the monumental date draws closer, British holiday-makers, who have booked airtravel in and out the EU after this date, are being urged to contact their travel agents and flight … [Read more...]

City Council plans for tram extension

Edinburgh city council has made plans for a tram extension between Leith and Newhaven by 2022 if approved. The extension has been estimated to cost around £165m, with four bidders already shortlisted for the £90m infrastructure. In an official … [Read more...]