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Anti-terror barriers to be installed ahead of Festival

Edinburgh

Jamie Murray trolls brother Andy in hilarious video

Edinburgh
The legal battle concerns a 2ft wide piece of land on the edge of the development site on Raeburn Place. Picture: Jon Savage

Edinburgh Accies chair attacks ‘greedy old men’ of Grange

Crime
Cracked pavements have cost the council nearly �800k in compensation pay-outs after people have tripped and injured themselves. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh Council pays £800k in compensation over trips in street

Edinburgh

Red panda escapes its enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh

Louise Tiffney funeral to take place today

Edinburgh

Council leader Adam McVey under fire for not wearing tie

Politics

Warning over Festivals home-sharing insurance risks

Business
Stephanie Inglis in action during the Commonwealth Games. Picture; LIsa Ferguson

Stephanie Inglis brain injury prevents return to judo

Edinburgh

Ian Swanson: SNP need a plan to deal with the Corbyn surge - and quickly

Budget coffee chain EasyCoffee opens first Edinburgh store

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Rebecca Latto is representing Edinburgh in Miss Mermaid UK. Photo Paul Dale Photography.

Meet the waitress hoping to win the UK Miss Mermaid title

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Quadruple amputee Corinne Hutton, 47, from Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire, has achieved a momentous feat by completing a super-sprint distance challenge at this year's London Triathlon.

Scotland’s ‘bionic mum’ battles agony to finish triathlon

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Stephanie Wolfe Murray in the Canongate office in 1982

Stephanie Wolfe Murray broke the publishing mould

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The body was found in a wooded area near Morningside Terrace. Picture: Google

Death of man found in Morningside woods ‘unexplained’ say police

Morningside
Crews on the scene of the blaze. Picture: Gary Cocker

Residents evacuated as firefighters battle Edinburgh flats blaze

Leith

Andy Murray earns praise for calling out ‘casual sexism’

More Sport 16

Celine’s Leading Light at the Yard

News

Fond Stockbridge farewell to Nino and Franco

News 3
Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell. Picture Jane Barlow / TSPL

Edinburgh musicians have gay dating app claimed refused

Crime
Edinburgh Sheriff Court.

‘Half-hearted’ Edinburgh robber targets newsagents after KFC fail

Crime
The legal battle concerns a 2ft wide piece of land on the edge of the development site on Raeburn Place. Picture: Jon Savage

Edinburgh Accies chair attacks ‘greedy old men’ of Grange

Crime
Suzanne Miller worked at the National Museum before emigrating to Australia. Picture: contributed

Top Edinburgh scientist suspended over £27k fraud claims

News 2

Police appeal for missing Yorkshire man last seen in Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Missing stag do reveller Adam Smith found safe in Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Father of missing Corrie McKeague disrupts body search

News 2

115,000 pieces of personal data ‘traded’ by online criminals

News
New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution. Picture; PA

Sale of diesel and petrol cars to be banned from 2040

Edinburgh
Some service have been disrupted as a result of the fault. Picture; Michael Gillen

Service resume following Edinburgh-Glasgow signalling fault

Edinburgh
Cracked pavements have cost the council nearly �800k in compensation pay-outs after people have tripped and injured themselves. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh Council pays £800k in compensation over trips in street

Edinburgh
Th incident happened near the B and M store at Seafield. Picture; Google Maps

Motorcyclist seriously injured in Seafield crash

Edinburgh
The report's findings indicate a significant improvement in customer satisfaction for ScotRail. Picture: Lisa Ferguson 08/03/2017

Scotrail train

9 out of 10 passengers satisfied with ScotRail, finds report

Transport 28
Beatson Cancer Charity is launching Race the Runway at Edinburgh Airport. Picture: Ashley Coombes

Race the Runway: Super cars return to Edinburgh Airport

News 1
A wash out atSaturday's airshow
. Picture: Alistair Linforth.

Row over ticket refunds after Scotland’s National Airshow washout

News 16

Doubling fines for botched roadworks to £100,000 proposed

Transport 10

Scotland’s National Airshow washout for first time in 20 years

Transport 7

ScotRail announces extra services for Edinburgh Festival

Edinburgh 10

Brits face flights disruption after Kos earthquake

Transport
Scottish Labour believe the figures reinforce the case for a school-based counsellor in every secondary. Picture (posed by models): John Devlin

Mental health targets missed for Scots children

Education 3
Nicola Sturgeons reading challenge has been taken up by about 75 per cent of schools in its first year. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Reading standards in Scotland falling behind UK, study warns

Politics 82
More than 200 Scottish schools have been closed down over the past decade.

Concern as Scotland loses 200 schools in ten years

Education 2
The Tamagotchi - Japanese for 'cute little egg' - was hugely popular in the Nineties. PIcture: TSPL

20 of the biggest Scottish school playground crazes

News 3

Residents buy school uniforms for struggling families

Education 4

Grace Jones to be subject of city academic conference

Education

Edinburgh University embroiled in Google cash-for-papers claims

Education 1

Video: Hyperloop Edinburgh-London 45 min trips a step closer

Transport 44
Stephanie Inglis in action during the Commonwealth Games. Picture; LIsa Ferguson

Stephanie Inglis brain injury prevents return to judo

Edinburgh
New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution. Picture; PA

Sale of diesel and petrol cars to be banned from 2040

Edinburgh
Scottish Labour believe the figures reinforce the case for a school-based counsellor in every secondary. Picture (posed by models): John Devlin

Mental health targets missed for Scots children

Education 3
Turns out worrying could be good for you, according to a new study. Picture: ThinkStock

People with neurotic tendencies live longer, says new study

Health
Johnnie Meechan
Oceana - who won the tournament. Picture: contributed

Johnnie’s Journey: Football tournament raises over £3k for charity

News
Chris Gard and Connie Yates with their son Charlie Gard. Picture: PA

Baby Charlie’s parents in new ‘die at home’ battle

News
The number of young people with mental health issues seen within the 18-week target has fallen. Picture: John Devlin

Only half of children seen within mental health target

Health

Health chiefs say hospitals and services risk closure

News

Charlie Gard’s parents end legal battle over treatment

News

Judge to decide where Charlie Gard should spend his last days

News 6

Pregnant women warned against ‘eating for two’ myth

Health
SFSA spoof campaign against the SFA

Gerry Farrell: We’re on the march with McLeish’s army to face SFA

Opinion 2
The furore over chlorinated chicken is just scaremongering, says Brian Monteith

Brian Monteith: Stop squawking and cut our grocery bills

Opinion 5
MIke Christopherson with plastic bottles he is asking customers to bring to his bar/cafes to exchange

Leader comment: Blast from past is good for future

Opinion 1
Scottish Labour Party Kezia Dugdale MSP photographed at the Scottish Parliament (Picture: Andrew O'Brien)

Kezia Dugdale: City Deal will change lives across Scotland

Opinion 6

Ian Swanson: SNP need a plan to deal with the Corbyn surge - and quickly

Opinion 4

Steve Cardownie: Being provost isn’t a job, it’s a way of life

Opinion 3

Adam McVey: New City Deal will make Capital bigger and better

Opinion 4

Kevin Buckle: Classical music is winning funding battle of the bands

Opinion
Adam McVey is the only man who signed the City Deal who wasn't wearing a tie. Picture: Greg Macvean

Council leader Adam McVey under fire for not wearing tie

Politics
Scottish Labour believe the figures reinforce the case for a school-based counsellor in every secondary. Picture (posed by models): John Devlin

Mental health targets missed for Scots children

Education 3
Ruth Davidson (right) with Sarah Smith, BBC Scotland Editor during a Q&A session. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Ruth Davidson fights back over online homophobic abuse

Politics 79
Cracked pavements have cost the council nearly �800k in compensation pay-outs after people have tripped and injured themselves. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh Council pays £800k in compensation over trips in street

Edinburgh
Liberton Hospital is to close next year. Picture; Lisa Ferguson

Health chiefs say hospitals and services risk closure

News
The new care home will bring 90 jobs to the Capital
. Picture: contributed

Edinburgh’s poshest care home to open in Cramond

Business 15
Jeremy Corbyn is set to tour marginal Scottish constituencies. Picture: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Ian Swanson: SNP need a plan to deal with the Corbyn surge - and quickly

Opinion 4

Boris Johnson compares Maori greeting to ‘Glasgow kiss’

Politics 14

Reading standards in Scotland falling behind UK, study warns

Politics 82

Scotland takes 1,800 Syrian refugees over last two years

Politics 39

Number of zero hour contracts in Scotland falls

News 15
Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell. Picture Jane Barlow / TSPL

Edinburgh musicians have gay dating app claimed refused

Crime
The Wallace Monument. Picture Michael Gillen

Scotland’s 25 tallest buildings

News
Looking down on Scapa Flow anchorage from island of Hoy. PIC: Copyright ORCA.

Major WWI shipwreck survey off Orkney gets underway

News
Guardhog warned that homeowners may not be covered when using home-sharing platforms. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Warning over Festivals home-sharing insurance risks

Business
'We are determined that every worker gets the pension they are entitled to,' said The Pensions Regulator. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Pensions watchdog on hunt for rogue employers in Edinburgh

Business
Cracked pavements have cost the council nearly �800k in compensation pay-outs after people have tripped and injured themselves. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh Council pays £800k in compensation over trips in street

Edinburgh
The old coin is to be phased out, with less than 100 days remaining.

When can shops refuse your old £1 coin?

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