Edinburgh Evening News

Man charged over sex attack on Penicuik teenager


Contactless payments to be trialled on Lothian Buses

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Marti Pellow is leaving Wet Wet Wet after 30 years. Picture: Simon Fowler

Marti Pellow announces Wet Wet Wet departure


Elderly man seriously assaulted in central Edinburgh


Cyclist injured in Leith Walk crash


Visa rejection could have ‘chilling effect’ for Edinburgh Fringe

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Probe after man hospitalised in industrial accident

Kirsty Maxwell, pictured with husband Adam, died after falling from a window. Picture: Contributed

Kirsty Maxwell’s family vows to continue fight for justice

Catriona Beattie has not been seen since 26 July. Picture: Submitted

Search on for missing Morningside woman

Hibs hope to lure Anthony Stokes back to Easter Road. Pic: TSPL

Neil Lennon: We’ve done all we can to get Anthony Stokes to Hibs

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Liverpool's Connor Randall is one Hearts' wanted list ahead of the new season

Hearts keen to sign Liverpool's Connor Randall

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Michael Smith insists Hearts will handle cup pressure

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Deivydas Matulevicius was quickly contacted by ex-Hearts captain Marius Zaliukas when he signed for Hibs last week

Hibs striker Deivydas: I’ll show them who rules the Capital

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Edinburgh Capitals swoop for Konstantin Teslyukevich


Marc Laird believes Betfred Cup has served Edinburgh City well

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Spartans aim is again to win title, says Craig Graham


Scott Riddell aims to lead Scotland 7s to first ever Games medal

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The Sheep Heid Inn in Duddingston Village. Picture: Scott Louden

10 bars that are totally unique to Edinburgh

Harmonium is the latest eatery to open in Edinburgh with a completely vegan menu (Photo: Harmonium / Facebook)

Is Edinburgh becoming Scotland’s vegan capital?

Edinburgh's West End BID has commissioned a series of audio soundscapes to bring the area to life. Picture: Chris Watt

‘Sound Walk’ series on its way to Edinburgh’s West End


Video: Laurel and Hardy mobbed in Edinburgh in 1932

The colonies were designed to be flats that felt like a house, giving families their own front door and garden. Picture: Contributed

How the colonies became an Edinburgh institution

Tourists taking a picture of themselves beside a picture of Edinburgh Castle when they were standing in front of the real thing spotted by Andy Glidden. Picture; SWNS

Tourists shun Edinburgh Castle for photo with shop advert