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Hibs 3, Hearts 1: Cup holders blow their city rivals away

Hibs
The National Museum of Scotland has seen a surge of visitors since 10 new galleries opened last summer.

National Museum topples Edinburgh Castle as busiest attraction

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Artists impression of proposed BHS development.

Planning permission granted to turn Princes Street BHS into hotel

New Town
Police are appealing for information following the serious sexual assault. Stock image; John Devlin

Serious sexual assault in Capital sparks police appeal

Edinburgh

All you need to know ahead of the 20mph rollout next week

Edinburgh

Seven arrested over brawl after Scottish Cup match

City Centre

Irvine Welsh drops hint about Trainspotting 3

Edinburgh

Motorists charged amid crackdown on road crime in Edinburgh

Crime
Aymeric Sarrazin has been jailed for 6 years. Picture; contributed

Man jailed for raping sleeping woman in Edinburgh flat

Crime

Ian Swanson: Blair believes Brexit has made indyref2 credible

Ian Swanson
Robert Murphy is on the list of 100 most influential people in the green transport sector

College electric car expert Robert Murphy on green list

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Ged Hanley  from the 3 piece band "Caledonia" who featured in the movie Trainspotting 2. Picture: Scott Louden

Roslin guitarist Ged Hanley tells of T2 success

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Grace Warnock and Iain Gray MSP with her disabled toilet sign. Picture: Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

Young campaigner set to Grace awards

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May and Bill Hogg met in 1944 at the Westfield Halls in Gorgie

Real lives: Laughter is key to couple’s true love

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Chris Gillan, a former soldier who has founded Heroes Vodka.

RAF veteran launches vodka brand to support military veterans

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Dad's Rock at WHALE Arts Agency. John Paul Stothard with his son Danny, 9 months.

Dad’s Rock group celebrates fifth birthday

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Sandra McConnachie receiving her award from Area Manager John Duffin.

Real Lives: Slimming award for coach Sandra McConnachie

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Ex-RAF top gun Nick Maunder flies into sales role

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Everything’s gone green for Maisie

News 1

Couple honoured for disability work

News 1

Running is lifeline for pair who shed 23st

News 2
Police have charged four drivers after checks at The Jewel. Picture: John Devlin

Motorists charged amid crackdown on road crime in Edinburgh

Crime 10
Police are appealing for information following the serious sexual assault. Stock image; John Devlin

Serious sexual assault in Capital sparks police appeal

Edinburgh
Aymeric Sarrazin has been jailed for 6 years. Picture; contributed

Man jailed for raping sleeping woman in Edinburgh flat

Crime

Ch Supt Kenny MacDonald: Enjoy the big matches responsibly

Opinion 2

Police hunting trio on bikes after pensioners attacked

Crime 6

Appeal following West Lothian break in

Edinburgh

Man spared jail after dog dies in fire

Crime
The amber warning area has been extended to cover more of eastern Scotland. Picture:  Met Office

Scotland's weather: Amber warning of snow from Storm Doris

Edinburgh 4
Police have charged four drivers after checks at The Jewel. Picture: John Devlin

Motorists charged amid crackdown on road crime in Edinburgh

Crime 10
Bus journeys have fallen in Scotland apart from Edinburgh, where main operator Lothian Buses reached a record 121 million in 2015

Scotland's buses "in chaos" as passenger total slumps to a near-record low

Transport 8
Etihad Airways said the CAAs announcement was unprofessional and unacceptable.

Action taken against airlines who fail to compensate passengers for long delays

Transport
Lesley Hind at the launch of the 20mph scheme in the Capital. Picture; Ian Georgeson

All you need to know ahead of the 20mph rollout next week

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A decision on the tram extension will be made after the council elections

Tram extension: consultants appointed to lead project

Transport 12
Transport disruption is likely, the Met Office has warned drivers. Picture: Press Association

Scotland's weather: Snow and gale warning from Storm Doris

Transport 19

Capital congestion second-worst in UK

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Air levy cuts ‘will help the wealthy rather than the poor’

Transport 8

Revealed: Scotland's most congested roads and cities

Transport 28

20mph: Final countdown as Edinburgh prepares for new limit

Edinburgh 55
Pic Greg Macvean - 15/02/2017 - Loganlea Terrace where a number of cars had their windscreens smashed overnight

Vandals smash up more than 30 cars in nights of mayhem

Crime 59

Leader comment: Help celebrate the caring

Opinion

Edinburgh school closures: ‘Luck’ that no children were killed

Education

Edinburgh nightclub clears dancefloor to become part of Ragged University

Entertainment 1

1,000 people vaccinated following Edinburgh measles outbreak

Edinburgh 3

Lottery cash to help Capital’s poorest

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Edinburgh schools closure reports: the findings

Education
Scotland lags behind the other home nations for life expectancy. Picture: TSPL

Scotland lags behind other UK nations in life expectancy

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Sophie Sabbage, pictured, will be holding a talk at Edinburgh Maggie's Centre tomorrow

Cancer patient turned author backs Maggie’s ahead of Edinburgh talk

Health
Edinburgh is the second worst city for congestion.

Capital congestion second-worst in UK

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Ruth Davidson. Picture: John Devlin

Ruth Davidson: Cyberbullies are calling me a ‘fat Tory’

Politics 106
The highly infectious bug is sweeping across the UK. Picture; stock image

Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Edinburgh
The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre. Picture: TSPL

Cancer patients in poorest parts of Scotland twice as likely to die

Health 20

Woman to run for charity that ‘got her through darkest hour’

Edinburgh

Edinburgh runner to raise cash for Maggie’s with ten-race challenge

Edinburgh

Gallery plan proposed for Edinburgh’s Sick Kids Hospital

Health 6

10 things that are stopping us getting a good night’s sleep

Health
Gerry spent some of his �50 wages at age 17 on going to watch Hibs in action

Gerry Farrell: I’m living a life less ordinary at sweet 60

Opinion
Tony Blair has spoken out about Brexit. Picture: Getty

Ian Swanson: Blair believes Brexit has made indyref2 credible

Opinion 9
Chief Superintendent Kenny MacDonald. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Ch Supt Kenny MacDonald: Enjoy the big matches responsibly

Opinion 2
Edith Bowman hosted the 20176 Young Scot Awards  at the EICC. Nominations for this years awards close on February 27. Picture: Toby Williams

Ben Macpherson: Young Scot celebrates the best of a generation

Opinion 1

Susan Morrison: How I found the bottle to get my gin through airport customs

Opinion 5

Karen Koren: Sloping off for ski fun with Bill

Opinion 7

Andrew Burns: The culture of politics has changed a lot in five years

Opinion 8
Artists impression of proposed BHS development.

Planning permission granted to turn Princes Street BHS into hotel

New Town 9
BBC director general Tony Hall  has announced a new Scottish TV channel..

BBC announces new ‘Scottish 9’ on dedicated new £30m channel

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Lesley Hind at the launch of the 20mph scheme in the Capital. Picture; Ian Georgeson

All you need to know ahead of the 20mph rollout next week

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How the site will look if the hotel is built. Picture: contributed

Royal High hotel developers in furious attack on officials

Politics 29
Tony Blair has spoken out about Brexit. Picture: Getty

Ian Swanson: Blair believes Brexit has made indyref2 credible

Opinion 9
A Scottish Government motion will recognise the "outstanding contribution" Gordon Aikman made to improving care, services and research for MND. Picture; PA

Tributes to be paid to campaigner Gordon Aikman at Holyrood

Edinburgh
There are fewer searches, and more transparency in their recording. Picture: Michael Gillen

Stop-searches ‘not a factor’ behind rise in violent crime

Politics 11

Joy for bars as business rates rises capped

Politics 2

Poll: Backing for independent Scotland ‘in or out of EU’

Politics 605

Independent Scotland ‘should have own currency and central bank’

Politics 262

Alex Salmond: Scots ready to vote Yes after Brexit

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Blind Love Bad Taste | Si�n Parkinson and Rhubaba Choir at Leith Theatre

Rhubaba choir and Sion Parkinson come to Leith Theatre

Entertainment
Mary Slessor, Missionary, (1848-1915), was a celebrated missionary whose work in Africa was inspired by David Livingstone. 
She worked tirelessly to improve quality of life in Calabar and  challenged local superstitions and beliefs to save the lives of twins and their mothers. PIC: The Wallace Monument.

Who should be Scotland’s first official heroine?

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The National Museum of Scotland has seen a surge of visitors since 10 new galleries opened last summer.

National Museum topples Edinburgh Castle as busiest attraction

News 4
Artists impression of proposed BHS development.

Planning permission granted to turn Princes Street BHS into hotel

New Town 9
The Murrayfield Bar is one of the many pubs in the Capital set to benefit. Picture; Lisa Ferguson

Joy for bars as business rates rises capped

Politics 2
Edinburgh-based Bellfield is eyeing a move into cans as it develops new beer ranges. Picture: Contributed

Gluten-free brewer eyes £500,000 to fund expansion

Business