Edinburgh Evening News

Community to buy new PlayStation for Drylaw hit-and-run boy

Crime
Melvin James was released from Royal Edinburgh Hospital on February 10, 2017.  He went on to murder his sister - ann-Marie James - stab his mother and then fatally stabbed himself at the family home in Wolverhampton.

Man who killed sister thought he was in Transformers movie

Crime
Map via Edintravel

Map: Road closures revealed ahead of Fireworks Concert

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£5m development plans for former Leith cinema revealed

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Louise Linton criticised for ‘deplorable’ social media boast

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17-year-old female assaulted in Livingston

Edinburgh

Couple aim to raise awareness after having ‘to let twins go to save their brother’

Our Region
The longest wait time for taxis in Edinburgh has been revealed. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Revealed: Edinburgh taxi ranks with the longest waiting times

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The taxi rank outside the Omni/Playhouse

Number of private hire cars in Edinburgh overtake black cabs

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Under-20 coach Jon Daly will stay in charge of Hearts for this weekend's match with Motherwell

Jon Daly to stay in charge for Hearts' trip to Motherwell

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James McPake enjoyed his time at Hibs. Pic: SNS

James McPake so glad to come up against healthier Hibs

Hibs
Jon Daly

Daly, MacPhee and Fox helping Hearts silence critics

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Billy Davies is no longer in contention for the Hearts job

Billy Davies withdraws from race for Hearts job amid "structure" concerns

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Scott Allan ‘will handle playing Hibs for first time since exit’

Hibs 3

Stephen Simmons: I’ll realise my dream against Matty Askin

Boxing

Hearts’ Esmael Goncalves reveals all about Ponytailgate

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Porteous and Watson net doubles in 6-1 win for young Hibees

Hibs
Charles Dance

Game of Thrones’ star narrates at Usher Hall

News
Waverley Market in its original form in the late 19th century. Picture: TSPL

In pictures: Waverley Market throughout the years

Entertainment
The Queen stands with Lord Provost Weatherstone at opening of the Forth Road Bridge on September 4, 1964. Picture: TSPL

In pictures: Opening of the Forth Road Bridge in 1964

Edinburgh