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Fiona Pringle: A legacy to friend Dave Seath

Reporter Fiona Pringle reflects on her friendship with Dave.

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Protesters in Ottawa, Canada on one of the global Marches for Science. Picture: AP

Thousands take to Edinburgh streets on March for Science

More than 2,000 scientists and members of the public descended on Scotland’s capital city to promote and defend science.

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Hibernian goalkeeper Ofir Marciano tries to rescue a draw. Pic: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire.

Aberdeen and Hibs exhibit a bright future for Scottish football

A thrilling encounter at Hampden was the latest staging post in the growth of Scottish football. Derek McInnes has another chance to cement his legacy, while Hibs persevered tour ends but progress continues at Easter Road, writes Joel Sked.

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Hibernian's John McGinn completes with Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie. Pic: SNS/Craig Williamson

Five things we learned from Hibs 2 - 3 Aberdeen

Aberdeen progress to May’s Scottish Cup final where they wait for the winners from the Old Firm derby after a thrilling clash with Hibernian. Here are five things we learned from the engrossing encounter.

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Hibernian's John McGinn and Aberdeen's Jonny Hayes battle for the ball. Pic: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire.

Hibs 2 - 3 Aberdeen: How the players rated on each side

Ratings out of ten for every player in the first Scottish Cup semi-final of the weekend.

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Hibernian manager Neil Lennon slammed his players. Pic: SNS/Bill Murray

Neil Lennon slams “pathetic” Hibs performance

Neil Lennon brandished his team’s performance “pathetic” despite a valiant effort to come back from losing two goals in the opening half an hour.

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Ruth Davidson puts indyref2 opposition at heart of campaign

Scottish party leaders hit the campaign trail for the local government and general elections on Saturday.

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Aberdeen's Adam Rooney and Hibernian's Marvin Bartley battle. Pic: SNS/Bill Murray

Hibs 2 - 3 Aberdeen: Lennon’s men exit cup with heads held high

Hibs’ defence of the Scottish Cup ended in spirited fashion after Aberdeen edged an exhilarating semi-final at Hampden.

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Michelle Thomson will stand down as an MP at the next election. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor / J P Licence

Michelle Thomson to step down as MP after SNP ruling

Michelle Thomson has announced she will stand down as MP for Edinburgh West at the upcoming general election.

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The Other Record store. One of the long lost stores in the Capital.

The lost record stores of Edinburgh

There has undoubtedly been a resurgence in vinyl with popular high street music stores even stocking up on records.

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Christine Jardine is likely to be selected to run for the Lib Dems in Edinburgh West.

Christine Jardine favourite to fight for Edinburgh West seat

A FORMER broadcast journalist who stood against Alex Salmond at the last general election has emerged as favourite to become the Liberal Democrats’ candidate in their top target seat in the Capital.

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Inverleith Medical Centre, Inverleith Row.

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 Neil Hanna

Petition to save Inverleith GP surgery launched

A PETITION has been launched to save a much-loved GP surgery which is scheduled to close in the summer.

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Captain David Seath Picture: MoD/PA Wire

Captain David Seath’s brother reflects on year since his London Marathon death

Gary Seath recounts the moment he heard his brother David had died and the lasting legacy he has created in his name.

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Nelson Anthony, left, and Campbell Keating were able to help the drivers involved in the collision thanks to having first aid training. Picture: Ian Rutherford

James Gillespie’s schoolboys praised for crash scene bravery

it started out as a normal day for Nelson Anthony and Campbell Keating as they grabbed their rucksacks and headed off to school.

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Edinburgh Sheriff Court.

Bogus workman jailed for defrauding elderly homeowners

A YOUNG man – part of a gang of bogus workmen – who ripped off elderly people of thousands of pounds has been jailed for 30 months.

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DEMORALISED: Staff at Musselburgh are threatening to strike on race days after two votes of no confidence. Picture: Jacky Ghossein/ TSPL

Horseracing pros jump into Musselburgh Racecourse row

REIGNING Grand National winning trainer Lucinda Russell has spoken of her “disappointment” at a public row over the running of Musselburgh Racecourse.

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The Hearts team parade the Scottish Cup along Princes Street

Maroon Memories: Fifty-year wait for Cup is ended in style

IF Hearts’ search for the Scottish Cup had been long, there was no doubt that this victory in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden went to the better side.

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Hibs fans will outnumber their Aberdeen counterparts today

Lennon feels for Dons as 20,000 Hibbies head for Hampden

Neil Lennon admits he has sympathy for Aberdeen supporters, who will be outnumbered by their Hibs counterparts at Hampden today.

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Hibs captain David Gray will have to deal with the threat of Jonny Hayes

Darren McGregor sure Hibs can stop Aberdeen’s wide boys

Darren McGregor is confident Hibs are equipped to clip Aberdeen’s wings as they face their toughest test of the season at Hampden today.

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West End United AFC were short of six regulars and their manager was an unused substitute

Amateurs: West End United AFC book League Cup final spot

West End United AFC booked a place in the final of The Sunday Morning Group League Cup after a 3-0 win over Tranent Amateurs at Meadowmill.

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