Peter TobinConvicted murderer, Peter Tobin, is again being questioned by police in Edinburgh over serious sex crimes. Tobin is being detained in Saughton Prison following his convictions for three murders and was taken to St Leonard’s Police Station in the city for questioning which lasted 10 hours according to the BBC online

You may recall we asked Lothian Buses if they were looking into providing free wifi on all of their buses. Well we got a response from them….A Lothian Buses spokesman said:-“The free wi-fi on our new Airlink buses has proved to be very popular with the passengers. Everyday more and more of them are logging on to check their emails and find out information on Edinburgh for their stay. The journey time of around 30 minutes is ideal for them to do this”

“It’s too early to tell if we will expand this facility to other bus routes but there is certainly scope to do so as we have a few commuter type bus services that would lend itself well.”

So now we suppose it is up to the commuters to lobby the bus company if they really want wifi on their routes. What do you think? Would it be of use to you on your daily commute?

Impressionist Gardens is open at The Mound complex of National Galleries of Scotland. This is part of The Edinburgh Festival. You may have heard – it is a big festival that starts next week.

Edinburgh Rugby have announced flanker Roddy Grant as their skipper for the forthcoming season.

What are the odds on this happening? The Edinburgh Evening News has the story of the Miller family who have all had holes in one over recent weeks.

Winning images from the World Press Photo 2010 contest will be exhibited at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh from 3 August until 28 August.

The WPP 10 exhibition is touring the the world and will return to the UK for an exhibition at the Royal Festival Hall, London from 12 November until 9 December.

Gem of a story in the Guardian’s Greenslade Blog about Aberdeen City Council making important cuts to their budget of just over £1,000 a year……Have The City of Edinburgh Council done the same?

Jordan is appearing at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo…….no not that one… The programme for the Diamond Jubilee Tattoo was announced yesterday. The line-up includes the “77 armed forces musicians from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, accompanied by a 24-strong Drill Team, a Mounted Honour Guard – astride 8 military horses – and its six member Circassian Guard of Honour, will show off their skills with an exhilarating Middle Eastern display” There may still be some tickets for certain performances if you contact the Tattoo organisers.

And finally…..Sainsburys will not be delivering your shopping to you if you live in EH1 during the Festival. Their excuse is apparently the tramworks…..but the barriers in most of EH1 have been (temporarily) removed whilst the dispute with Bilfinger Berger is resolved. Sorry Sainsburys – try again or move over and let Tesco do it…..