Edinburgh Evening News

Two in hospital after mass brawl in street

TWO men were taken to hospital after a "large-scale disturbance" in West Lothian.

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Tom Gilzean is recovering in hospital. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Tom Gilzean, 96, vows to return to charity collecting depite breaking his neck

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Alan Cumming apologises for ‘stupid English people’ Brexit remarks

Scottish actor Alan Cumming last night apologised on Twitter for remarks made in an interview blaming “stupid English people” for the vote to leave the EU.

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Ian Rankin. Picture: Toby Williams

Ian Rankin plans Edinburgh music festival to celebrate Rebus

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Labour MEP David Martin set for £168,000 ‘golden goodbye’ from European Parliament

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Bogus workman jailed for charging OAP £150k for roof repair

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Brian Monteith: Stop throwing your toys out of the pram

Danny Handling could be out of action until September

New injury blow for Hibs midfielder Danny Handling

Robbie Neilson believes Hearts can take positives from their Europa League campaign

Hearts must accept criticism over Europa exit – Neilson

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Hibs striker James Keatings scores the winner

Hibs 1, Birmingham 0: Keatings’ cracker settles friendly

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Edinburgh City full-back Jordan Caddow goes on the attack against Ayr United. Pic: Alex Drysdale

Edinburgh City boss hails step in the right direction at Ayr

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Rumour Mill: Benni McCarthy back to Hibs | Celtic’s ‘wildcard’ | Warburton wants two more | Di Canio No.2 for Rangers?

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McGeouch tells Hibs team-mate McGinn to hold his head high

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We must get Hearts supporters back onside – Conor Sammon

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Hearts sign 6ft 5in US-born striker Bjorn Johnsen

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Comedian Damian Kingsley. Picture: Contributed

£16k raised by ‘destitute’ comedian en route to Edinburgh

Writer: Glenn Chandler. Picture: Contributed

Man behind Glasgow’s Taggart comes home to Capital

Poet Jock Scott. Picture: Ken Dundas

Riotous poet Jock Scot’s inspirational life is remembered

The opening event of the Festival will see thewestern fa�ade of Edinburgh Castle and Castle Rock used as the canvas for digitally animated projections. Picture: 59 Productions

Get your face on Castle Rock as part of festival’s Deep Time project

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Charlotte Hancock and Holly Neary, both seven, enjoy the opening. Picture: Julie Bull

Public sees revamped National Museum of Scotland for first time