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Girl’s charity drive for little sister who died at two days old

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David Penman faces a possible life sentence.

Blind rapist guilty of sickening attacks at Edinburgh school

Edinburgh
St Johns Hospital, Livingston
. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Children’s ward to close due to staffing crisis

Our Region

Alert over Hotpoint fridge that caused Grenfell fire

News

Cars vandalised in Livingston hate crime

Edinburgh

Family of tragic Kieran Swinton set up charity

Health

Police appeal to trace Indian priest in Edinburgh

Corstorphine
The Virgin Money Festival Fireworks will run for more than an hour this year.

Spectators in for special treat at Edinburgh Festival finale

Entertainment

Comment: National Marine Centre will be an asset

Cerys Loughrie is havign her hair chopped in memory of her little sister  Laci.

Girl’s charity drive for little sister who died at two days old

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Nigel Jones in his competitive heyday

Nigel helps running festival stay on track

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Members of Big Hearts go out into the community to help the old and disabled

Care and Repair put Hearts into helping

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The community centre is home to a number of events similar to this one at a community centre in Cumbernaul. Stock image

Residents fear for future of community centre as bosses quit

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Prefessor Melissa Terras takes up her new role in October

Melissa to develop digital scholarship

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Ken Buchanan, former world lightweight champion.

Irvine Welsh backs call for a Ken Buchanan statue

Boxing 11
Mollie Hughes celebrates at Edinburgh Airport. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Record-breaking Everest climber Molly Hughes hopes to inspire

More Sport 3

Debbie makes a big splash on shortlist

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New lease of life and job for Rachel

News

Couple get engaged in new Queensferry Crossing proposal

Edinburgh 1

Edinburgh mum behind teething necklaces nominated for awards

Edinburgh 2
David Penman faces a possible life sentence.

Blind rapist guilty of sickening attacks at Edinburgh school

Edinburgh
Police are appealing for information.

Cars vandalised in Livingston hate crime

Edinburgh
General Charles de Gaulle (1890 - 1970) visited Edinburgh on 23 June 1942. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

On this day 1942: Charles de Gaulle visits Edinburgh

Edinburgh 1
Police are appealing for witnesses.

Broxburn hit by string of housebreakings

Crime

Thousands of customers ‘at risk’ following Virgin Media hack

Edinburgh

Balaclava-clad man sparks security alert at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary

Edinburgh 3

Fireraiser who wrecked six cars jailed for two years

Crime

Hibs fan hit friend with chair during derby brawl

Crime
Flood alerts are in force across southern Scotland. Picture: Hemedia

Scotland's weather: Flooding and power cut threat across south

Transport 13

Date confirmed for Queensferry Crossing opening

News 47
The Lothian bus driver stopped the vehicle to rescue the animal. Picture; Greg Macvean

Lothian bus driver rescues hedgehog from middle of the road

Edinburgh 15
Prestwick Airport. Picture: John Devlin.

Prestwick Airport accused of saying Edinburgh Airport ‘too full’

Transport 25
Sir Nigel Gresley with the locomotive named after him.

Flying Scotsman designer honoured in Edinburgh

Transport 2
The Virgin Trains team receiving their award from Sanjeev Kohli. Picture: Transport Times

Virgin Trains named top transport operator in Scotland

Transport 5

Norwegian to launch cheap flights from Edinburgh to Los Angeles and San Francisco

Transport 14

Edinburgh Tram tracks must be moved to protect cyclist claims surgeon

News 89

Everything you need to know as Edinburgh Airport named ‘among worst in world’

Edinburgh

Man lashes out on train after touching himself inappropriately

Edinburgh
General Charles de Gaulle (1890 - 1970) visited Edinburgh on 23 June 1942. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

On this day 1942: Charles de Gaulle visits Edinburgh

Edinburgh 1
Virgin Media users are said to be at risk. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Thousands of customers ‘at risk’ following Virgin Media hack

Edinburgh
Police were called to the hospital shortly after 9am

Balaclava-clad man sparks security alert at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary

Edinburgh 3

Billy Connolly receives honorary degree from Strathclyde

Education 14

Police attend incident at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary

Edinburgh 4

History teacher struck off for being drunk

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Inspectors find four new city schools with defects, MSPs hear

Edinburgh 9

Napier and EICC team up for degree in business events

Business 3
Cerys Loughrie is havign her hair chopped in memory of her little sister  Laci.

Girl’s charity drive for little sister who died at two days old

News
The teenager had not long passed his driving test. Picture: Contributed.

Family of tragic Kieran Swinton set up charity

Health
Ex rugby player Doddie Weir at the Greenyards earlier this year. Picture; Greg Macvean

Doddie Weir thanks well-wishers following MND announcement

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Gordon Aikman. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Gordon Aikman wins top award for his MND campaigning

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Dr Evropi Theodoratou says fundraisers made her research possible. Picture: TSPL

City scientist awarded £1.5m to aid cancer research

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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to hospital yesterday. Picture; Getty

Duke of Edinburgh leaves hospital

News

Comment: RIE smoking ban ‘is just not working’

Edinburgh 8

Rugby legend Doddie Weir diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease

Health

Rugby legend George ‘Doddie’ Weir diagnosed with MND

Health 15

Health Hero humbled by award success

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Adam McVey. left, and Labour group leader Cammy Day sign the coalition agreement at the City Chambers. Picture: Greg Macvean

Comment: Who would want to run a Capital city?

Opinion 4
Scotland voted decisively to Remain in the European Union. Picture: PA

Ash Denham: We need a seat at the Brexit table

Opinion 7
Handling a tarantula at Butterfly and Insect World. Picture: Toby Williams

Hayley Matthews: I can cope with two hairy legs, but eight of them?

Opinion
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, right, shakes hands with Brexit Secretary David Davis. Picture: AP

Brian Monteith: Even Michel knows that we are leaving

Opinion

Ewan Aitken: Judge us by how we treat enemies

Opinion 3

John McLellan: Here’s the inside scoop on how Ruth turned tide

Opinion 2

Tommy Sheppard: Was this the emptiest Queen’s Speech ever?

Opinion 6

Liz McAreavey: Enterprise is alive and well but needs support and investment

Opinion
Cladding has been removed from a building on the Chalcots Estate in north London after it was confirmed by the Government to have flammable facades. Picture: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

Residents evacuated from five London tower blocks over safety fears

Politics 2
Scotland voted decisively to Remain in the European Union. Picture: PA

Ash Denham: We need a seat at the Brexit table

Opinion 7
Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at the European Council in Brussels. Picture: AFP/BELGA/Thierry Roge/Getty Images

May offers EU nationals the right to stay after Brexit

Politics 78
A tied vote shows how life might be under minority SNP rule. Picture: Greg Macvean

Edinburgh council draws lots over appointments

Politics 6
Brexit dominated the Queen's speech yesterday. Picture: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images

May pledges she will bring the nation ‘closer together’

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A member of protocol changes the EU and British flags prior to the start of Brexit negotiations. Picture: AP/Virginia Mayo

Former Hearts-linked businessman launches anti-Brexit push

News 13
The plans will be discussed today at the City Chambers

Concern over plans to scrap city Petitions Committee

Edinburgh

City’s youngest ever council chief landed role by ‘accident’

Politics 6

Holyrood to vote on scrapping time bar for child abuse survivors

News

John McLellan: Here’s the inside scoop on how Ruth turned tide

Opinion 2

Tommy Sheppard: Was this the emptiest Queen’s Speech ever?

Opinion 6
VisitScotland's new Harry Potter campaign has been launched ahead of the 20th anniversary of the first novel on Monday.

Harry Potter holiday itinerary unveiled ahead of 20th anniversary

Entertainment
Mr Boni's' original signage has been revealed during an ongoing restaurant refurbishment. Picture: Christine Vincenti

Mr Boni’s signage uncovered during restaurant renovation

Edinburgh 5
The finale of the Edinburgh International Festival will be staged in two parts in August - the first without any fireworks.

Shake-up revealed for Edinburgh International Festival fireworks finale

Festivals

Watchdog clears Standard Life’s £11bn Aberdeen Asset deal

Business 5
Brian Cox played Winston Churchill in the new big-screen biopic, which was shot in and around Edinburgh.

New Scottish film and TV fund delivers £17.5m boost for economy

Entertainment
Towerbank Primary School in Portobello was deemed to have defects. Picture: Jon Savage

Inspectors find four new city schools with defects, MSPs hear

Edinburgh 9