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Storm Ophelia: Emergency at Edinburgh Airport as two planes report smoke

Edinburgh
The transformation of the White Horse on the Royal Mile will be unveiled next month.

Oldest pub on the Royal Mile to become oyster bar

Edinburgh

Quiz: Which part of Edinburgh should you live?

Edinburgh
Jamie Harron from Stirling is being detained in Dubai after he accidentally touched a man's hip. Picture: SWNS

Scot facing jail sentence in Dubai speaks of ‘unbearable’ordeal

News

When will Storm Ophelia hit Edinburgh?

Edinburgh

Police face probe after body found in Musselburgh harbour

Edinburgh

Edinburgh flights cancelled as Scotland braces for Ophelia

Edinburgh

Sean Hughes: Comedian dies aged 51

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

Host of new stores and gym to open in Fort Kinnaird

Edinburgh

John McLellan: Silent partners need to speak out on rates

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

Host of new stores and gym to open in Fort Kinnaird

Edinburgh 6
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
Joseph Cox  has started collecting socks to give to homeless people. Picture: Greg Macvean

Leith Primary pupil starts campaign to give socks to the homeless

News 2
Mazars staff tackle the route along the Union Canal

Staff saddle up to fundraise for Sense

News

Speech therapy helps Edinburgh solicitor achieve his dream

Crime

Seafarer Ned wins Merchant Navy Medal

News

Capitals ice hockey star Mike joins uni

News

Sport stars have a ball visiting wards

News
Police are appealing for information

Woman travelling barefoot in pyjamas has been traced

Edinburgh

Teen charged after woman assaulted in Edinburgh flat

Edinburgh
Jamie Harron from Stirling is being detained in Dubai after he accidentally touched a man's hip. Picture: SWNS

Scot facing jail sentence in Dubai speaks of ‘unbearable’ordeal

News
A 17-year-old is scheduled to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court

17-year-old charged with attack following CCTV appeal

Edinburgh

Man arrested following indecent assault on woman in Edinburgh

Edinburgh

14-year-old girl ‘pushed to the ground’ in Livingston attempted robbery

Our Region

Man charged with murder following death of a woman in Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Edinburgh - Glasgow trains delayed due to slippery tracks

Edinburgh

Dog swept out to sea rescued by coastguard in Moray

News
A drone flew over the right wing of the plane at Gatwick

Drone ‘put 130 lives at risk’ with Gatwick plane near miss

News
Tougher driving laws would solve a growing problem in Scotland according to Lord Duncan

Tougher sentences for killer drivers will combat a ‘real problem’ in Scotland

News
An Edinburgh tram at Haymarket

Edinburgh Trams design team ‘went round in circles’

News 1
The prototype passenger pod. Picture: Hyperloop One

Edinburgh to London in ‘45 minutes’ - Branson reveals Hyperloop plans

Transport 3

Hero train driver saves life of suicidal youngster in Edinburgh

Transport 4

Edinburgh-bound Ryanair flight makes emergency landing

Edinburgh

‘Gridlock’ at Dean Bridge during rush hour commute

Edinburgh 5
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
Children listening to their teacher in a primary school in Vaasa,  Finland. Finland has class sizes of 20 or fewer. Picture: Getty

Leader comment: No easy solution to class size rise

Opinion 2
Concerns have been raised over the size of primary classes in Scotland

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

Warning over budget hotel fears for Royal High School plans

Edinburgh 7

Edinburgh chef picks up special award

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
Colinton Care Home, Spylaw Road, Edinburgh

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

Health 3

Advertising Feature: Are you missing out on support?

Health
Stockbridge Community Care Unit

Angry families hit out after closure of Edinburgh care homes

News 2
Concerns have been raised about the care of the elderly.

Fears for elderly as Edinburgh-based charity to close 12 care homes

News 1
Josh Quigley

West Lothian mental health campaigner will cycle 1,000 miles

Health

SNP pledges £500k boost for mental health services

News

NHS Lothian ‘out of region’ health bill hits £50 million

News

Nicola Sturgeon to give free childcare to under-fives by 2020

Politics 2

Alex Cole-Hamilton: High cost of broken care system

Opinion

Is a £45m concert hall really a priority?

Opinion
An empty home service would solve many issues in the Capital writes Susan Rae.

Comment: An empty homes service can solve many problems

Opinion 1
Children listening to their teacher in a primary school in Vaasa,  Finland. Finland has class sizes of 20 or fewer. Picture: Getty

Leader comment: No easy solution to class size rise

Opinion 2
Jamie Lee Curtis
in Halloween

The scream queen is back on the lot for Halloween

Entertainment

Fiona Duff: Hooray, holidays are here again

Opinion

Susan Morrison: Downing Street, my good man, and don’t spare my blushes

Opinion

Leader comment: Love for Shaun Woodburn shines through

Opinion

John McLellan: Nicola’s Christmas gifts come at a price

Opinion

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
Edinburghs hospitality sector has been boosted by the success of its festivals. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh is Scotland’s economic powerhouse, research shows

Business
Paul Reddish Inch Park Community Sports Club, IPCSC Picture; Ian Georgeson

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

Politics
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
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
Jim Sillars says there are no candidates to replace Nicola Sturgeon

Lack of leadership rivals keeping Sturgeon safe - Jim Sillars

Politics

Scotland is ‘open for business’ - Keith Brown

News 1

Hundreds gather for anti-Brexit rally in Edinburgh

Edinburgh 10

Scots primary school class sizes grow as teacher numbers fall

Education

Edinburgh Trams design team ‘went round in circles’

News 1

On this day 1962: King Olav visits Edinburgh

News
Dany Cotton has called for a Fireman Sam rebrand. Picture: Getty

London Fire chief calls for Fireman Sam equality rebrand

Entertainment
The new showroom has opened for business this week. Picture: Contributed

Jaguar Land Rover makes a big roar in capital

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

Host of new stores and gym to open in Fort Kinnaird

Edinburgh 6
An empty home service would solve many issues in the Capital writes Susan Rae.

Comment: An empty homes service can solve many problems

Opinion 1
Edinburghs hospitality sector has been boosted by the success of its festivals. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh is Scotland’s economic powerhouse, research shows

Business