Edinburgh Evening News

Man attacked in city centre named as Edinburgh drug kingpin

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HMV forced to close as Sports Direct moves to Princes Street

MUSIC chain HMV is being forced to quit its Princes Street store after Sports Direct bought the premises.

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Police appeal for information following Oxgangs attacks

Police in Edinburgh are looking to trace three teenage males in connection with separate attacks in the Oxgangs area of the city on Monday July 25.

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Edinburgh is the most expensive UK city for students. Picture: Neil Hanna

Edinburgh is most expensive student city


Court rules against Scottish Government’s named person policy

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Vulnerable youngsters going AWOL is an increasing problem for the police. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Health Boards asked to work with police to improve missing persons protocol


Pet Shop Boys invite fans into their Inner Sanctum

Neil Lennon is unlikely to bring in Alex Palmer, who he had on trial recently. Pic: SNS

Hibs boss hopes to have keeper in by Shrewsbury friendly

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FIFA delay is frustrating for Hearts and Johnsen

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Liam Hendersons corner kicks helped Hibs win the Scottish Cup

Lenny can build a new Hibs around Henderson – Thommo

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Kevin McHattie has again linked up with manager Gary Locke

Ex-Hearts man McHattie’s at home – no longer the wild rover

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Hibs U-17s reach semi-finals of SuperCupNI


Hibs waiting on Celtic’s response to Liam Henderson bid

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Hearts’ Tony Watt: My bad-boy reputation is unwarranted

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Comedian Damian Kingsley. Picture: Contributed

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

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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