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...]

St. Vincent announces Edinburgh show

Art-rock band St. Vincent have revealed that they will be bringing the MASSEDUCTION tour to Edinburgh this year. This is after having no previous Scottish dates on the first UK leg of the tour last year. MASSEDUCTION is the sixth album from the … [Read more...]

Police Scotland watchdog feared for staff over Phil Gormley case

The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC) raised concerns over whether former Chief Constable Phil Gormley should return to work, according to documents obtained via a Freedom of Information request by EN4 News. An email sent by Katie … [Read more...]

Discounted Winter clothes boosts Scotland’s February retail sales

Winter sale shoppers purchasing outdoor clothing helped to boost sales figures in Scotland this February, a report has revealed. There was also an increase in food sales, with purchases of both groceries and drinks going up, which is partly linked … [Read more...]

Families of Dunblane shootings stands with American school on anniversary

‘Change can happen’. These are the words the survivors and families of those killed in the Dunblane school massacre want pupils at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to remember. An open letter was sent to the Florida high school on the 22nd … [Read more...]

Bomb squad investigate suspicious package in Edinburgh

Police were called to Newhaven Road last night following reports of a suspicious item found in a bus shelter. The Explosive Ordnance Team were sent to the scene, cordoning off part of the street while they investigated. Witnesses posted pictures and … [Read more...]

Beast from the East no match for determined NHS Scotland staff

Although the Beast from the East caused havoc for many across Scotland, a new report has shown that NHS staff were not harmed from treating almost nine out of 10 patients in target time. A red weather warning was issued in parts of Scotland when icy … [Read more...]

Nearly 900 trains cancelled on the Edinburgh-Glasgow line last year

It has been revealed just under 900 trains were cancelled between Edinburgh and Glasgow in 2017. The figures obtained by Forth 1 Radio, show of the 41,441 trains scheduled to run on the line, 891 were cancelled. 433 were cancelled due to … [Read more...]

77 years on from the Second World War ‘Clydebank Blitz’ bombings

Clydebank has long been seen as one of the main industrial areas of not only Scotland but the whole of Britain. The burgh in the west of Glasgow was home to a number of shipyards as well as the Singer sewing factory which was used as a munitions … [Read more...]

Fire engulfs city carpark

Firefighters were called this morning to tackle a fire that erupted among abandoned cars at a disused robot carpark in Edinburgh. The incident took place at the Morrison Street site, where emergency services were assembled. The £5 million … [Read more...]