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Police informed man of brother’s death over the telephone

Edinburgh
Heavy traffic along the A90 near the junctions with Quality Street and Clermiston Road, Edinburgh

Gridlock fears over proposed west Edinburgh developments

Transport

Probe after Chinese takeaway set on fire at Saughton Mains

Edinburgh
Rick Loup. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh patient facing ‘nightmare’ 16-month wait for knee op

News

Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill pleads guilty to drink driving

News

Scotland to be first part of UK to ban smacking children

News

Edinburgh Trams utilities project ‘hardest task ever’ for official

Edinburgh

Police name woman found dead in Dumbiedykes flat

Edinburgh

Macsween to export first haggis to Canada in 46 years

News

John McLellan: Silent partners need to speak out on rates

Lisa Stewart, author and occupational therapist

NHS worker Lisa has the write stuff

News
Will Scarlett, property sales specialist

Will sets sites on a new business future

News 1
A flurry of new stores are to open at Fort Kinnaird.

Host of new stores and gym to open in Fort Kinnaird

Edinburgh 9
Institutes across the UK have started to review honours given to Myanmar's First State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi

Calls for Aung San Suu Kyi to be stripped of Edinburgh freedom

Politics
Castlebrae High Pupil Daniel Whitney has been selected to teach sport to underprivileged children in South Africa.

Edinburgh teen grabs chance to help kids in South Africa

Craigmillar
Disability rights campaigner David Hart

Disability rights campaigner David Hart remembered

News

Leith Primary pupil starts campaign to give socks to the homeless

News 2

Staff saddle up to fundraise for Sense

News

Speech therapy helps Edinburgh solicitor achieve his dream

Crime

Seafarer Ned wins Merchant Navy Medal

News

Probe after Chinese takeaway set on fire at Saughton Mains

Edinburgh
The body of Darran Everett was recovered from Musselburgh Harbour. Picture: TSPL

Police informed man of brother’s death over the telephone

Edinburgh
Michael O'Neill leaving the court today after pleading guilty to drink driving

Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill pleads guilty to drink driving

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Moira Gilbertson (inset), was 57 years old.

Police name woman found dead in Dumbiedykes flat

Edinburgh

Takeaway driver assaulted by youths in attempted robbery

Edinburgh

Man charged following Penicuik bike theft

Edinburgh

£1.5k worth of illegal fireworks seized in Craigmillar

Edinburgh

Kodi box crackdown to make it harder to stream sports and TV shows

News
A Class 385 train at Linlithgow station during early testing of the electrified Glasgow-Edinburgh mainline. Picture: ScotRail

Electric train runs on Edinburgh-Glasgow mainline for first time

Transport
Heavy traffic along the A90 near the junctions with Quality Street and Clermiston Road, Edinburgh

Gridlock fears over proposed west Edinburgh developments

Transport 3
An Edinburgh tram

Edinburgh Trams utilities project ‘hardest task ever’ for official

Edinburgh 2
The accident happened on the A803, Falkirk Road. Picture: Google Maps

Cyclist ‘seriously injured’ in road collision with bus

News
Matthew Crosse gave evidence to the inquiry yesterday.

Inquiry hears council ‘slow to make decisions’ on trams

Transport 1

Storm Ophelia: Thousands without power as recovery process begins

News
John Gallagher's old pound coins were refused by the driver - despite being hours away from the deadline. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Buses refuse old £1 coins 12 hours early

News 1

Letters; Social care should come before cyclists

Edinburgh 4

Storm Ophelia: Fife - Edinburgh ScotRail services disrupted

Transport

Plane lands in Glasgow after declaring emergency over Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Storm Ophelia: Travel disruption as yellow wind warning in place

Edinburgh 4
Scotland is to be the first part of the UK to ban smacking. MSP hn Finnie has been campaigning for a change in the law

Scotland to be first part of UK to ban smacking children

News 2

Edinburgh robot could help autistic adults find work

News
Paolo Nutini will be teaching songwriting at the University of the West of Scotland.

Singing star Paolo Nutini to become a university tutor

News
Castlebrae High Pupil Daniel Whitney has been selected to teach sport to underprivileged children in South Africa.

Edinburgh teen grabs chance to help kids in South Africa

Craigmillar

Leader comment: No easy solution to class size rise

Opinion 2

Alarm raised over Scotland’s supersized primary classes

News 2

Scots primary school class sizes grow as teacher numbers fall

Education

Napier student to be Sainsbury’s CEO for the day

News
Rick Loup. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh patient facing ‘nightmare’ 16-month wait for knee op

News 2
Margaret Black, pictured with her niece Janice Warden, is a resident at St Andrew's Care Home for dementia patients in Uphall. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Income rise at Edinburgh care home closure charity

News
Tony Singh's recipes will be handed out at local food banks. Picture: Peter Devlin

Edinburgh celebrity chef creates bespoke foodbank recipes

Health
Luke Stewart - whose experimental treatment in Mexico has already extended  his life span past that which the UK doctors thought he would achieve.  Pictured as he heads off to Hibs football camp with his young brother, Lewis

Brave Luke defies the odds as he takes part in football camp

News 1
Hard Rock Cafe, George Street, Edinburgh

Hard Rock Cafe to offer quiet autism friendly hour

New Town
Thousands do not receive rehab for pulmonary disease

Serious shortage of help for people with lung conditions

News
Figures revealed by the Evening News have been described as 'worrying' by health campaigners.

Revealed: More than 2,000 patients ‘had to wait over an hour’ for ambulance

News 1

Every 2lbs of extra weight could trim two months off life

News

Edinburgh care home worker branded ‘worst example of a nurse’

Health 3

Advertising Feature: Are you missing out on support?

Health

Angry families hit out after closure of Edinburgh care homes

News 2
Wheelchair user

John McLellan: Waterfront cultural quarter shows vision

Opinion 1

The Brexit chickens are coming home to roost

Opinion
Police Scotland and COPFS Sgt Stevie Sutherland

Chief Inspector Stevie Sutherland: Battle against bike crime continues

Opinion
Asia Argento, Rosanna Arquette, Jessica Barth, Cara Delevingne, Romola Garai, Judith Godreche, Heather Graham, Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, Lea Seydoux and Mira Sorvino, who have made allegations against producer Harvey Weinstein. (AP Photo/File)

Gerry Farrell: Hashtag Me Too

Opinion

Brian Monteith: Fake news shows us that some want the UK to fail

Opinion 1

Gordon Lindhurst: Sports facilities await their fate

Opinion

Professor Scott Arthur: A uniform approach to fighting child poverty

Opinion

Steve Cardownie: Beauty spot trashed by the littering louts

Opinion 1
Scotland is to be the first part of the UK to ban smacking. MSP hn Finnie has been campaigning for a change in the law

Scotland to be first part of UK to ban smacking children

News 2
Cyclists have been an issue for some of our contributors in our letters section

Letters; Social care should come before cyclists

Edinburgh 4
Scottish Conservatives leader, Ruth Davidson is to appear on the Great British Off.

Ruth Davidson to appear on celebrity episode of Great British Bake Off

Edinburgh 8
Scotland's Brexit minister Michael Russell (second right) is greeted by First Secretary of State Damian Green (right) as they arrive for a Joint Ministerial Council on Brexit in the Cabinet Office, London.

Sturgeon still refusing to give consent to EU bill

Politics 1
SNP home affairs spokeswoman Joanna Cherry could face a battle to hold on to her seat. Picture: Jane Barlow

SNP big guns face losing seats under shake-up of boundaries

Politics 1

SNP economic group to ‘recommend creation of Scottish pound’

Politics
Mr Salmond will join delegates at the Scottish Independence Convention in Edinburgh. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Alex Salmond to appear at Scottish independence rally in Edinburgh

Politics 5

Community sports club could cut activities due to huge business rate hike

Politics

Calls for Aung San Suu Kyi to be stripped of Edinburgh freedom

Politics

Edinburgh is Scotland’s economic powerhouse, research shows

Business

Revealed: More than 2,000 patients ‘had to wait over an hour’ for ambulance

News 1
Bridget Duffy, 34, of Edinburgh, appears among the mugshots on show. She was accused of theft. PIC: Edinburgh City Archives.

Coming face-to-face with the crooks of Edinburgh’s past

Entertainment
Heavy traffic along the A90 near the junctions with Quality Street and Clermiston Road, Edinburgh

Gridlock fears over proposed west Edinburgh developments

Transport 3
An Edinburgh tram

Edinburgh Trams utilities project ‘hardest task ever’ for official

Edinburgh 2
Wealthy shoppers are more likely to shop at discount supermarket chains, according to new data. Picture: TSPL

High earners ‘more likely’ to shop Aldi and Lidl than poorest families

Edinburgh
The development of the new Edinburgh St James as of October 2017.

First look: Edinburgh St James site one year on

Business