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Airshow organiser confirms “no refunds”

Edinburgh
The incident happened on Waverley Bridge while walking towards Market Street. Stock picture; Ian Georgeson

Man in serious condition after Waverley Bridge assault

Edinburgh

Budget coffee chain EasyCoffee opens first Edinburgh store

City Centre
Elizabeth Henderson, who has sadly died. Picture: Police Scotland

Family tribute to “much loved” OAP who died in East Lothian crash

Our Region

Row over ticket refunds after Scotland’s National Airshow washout

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Tourists shun Edinburgh Castle for photo with shop advert

Edinburgh

Opal Lounge evacuated following basement fire

Edinburgh

Lucky neighbours scoop £180,000 in Postcode Lottery

Edinburgh
The old site of the ambrose tavern which is now register house

Location of vanished literary haunt Ambrose’s Tavern revealed

Entertainment

John McLellan: For action on waste, try doing it yourself

Budget coffee chain EasyCoffee opens first Edinburgh store

City Centre 3
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
The incident happened on Waverley Bridge while walking towards Market Street. Stock picture; Ian Georgeson

Man in serious condition after Waverley Bridge assault

Edinburgh
Police are looking to bolster numbers with volunteers to secure summer festivals.

Summer Festivals: Police looking to bolster numbers with volunteers

News
There have been 9 cyber attacks on Council HQ in the last three years.

Nine cyber attacks on Edinburgh Council in last 3 years

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Angus Sinclair leaves the High Court in October 2006, having been charged with the World's End murders. He was later acquitted, but retried and convicted in 2014. 
Picture: Neil Hanna

World’s End killer Angus Sinclair on his deathbed

Crime 17

Police arrest three teens in dawn raids in Edinburgh

News

Investigation: ‘Significant’ cybercrime on rise in Scotland

Crime 1

No trace of missing Corrie McKeague found at landfill site

Edinburgh

Gun found after drugs raid on Musselburgh flat

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

Row over ticket refunds after Scotland’s National Airshow washout

News 16
Ministers want beef up sanctions against roadworks firms. Picture: Dave Scott

Doubling fines for botched roadworks to £100,000 proposed

Transport 9
A wash out at today's airshow - crew members sitting under the wing of a spitfire

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

Transport 7
Extra rail services are to be laid on for the Edinburgh Festival. Picture Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

ScotRail announces extra services for Edinburgh Festival

Edinburgh 10
Travel disruption is expected following the Kos earthquake. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Brits face flights disruption after Kos earthquake

Transport

UK airports prepare for ‘busiest day in history’

Transport 8

Video: Terrifying moment Jet2 flight drops towards the sea

News

Clear majority object to new Edinburgh flight path proposals

News

Bus passengers to stay connected

News

Bishopbriggs and Lenzie train fault causes delays

Edinburgh 8
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 77
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 1
Linda Russell, Donna Squires, Penny Baillie and Julia Grindley work for the 
Edinburgh School Uniform Bank. Picture: Ian Georgeson

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

Aldi sells full school uniform for £3.75

Edinburgh
Charlie Gard's parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard arrive at court. Picture: PA

Charlie Gard’s parents back in court to decide baby’s future

News
Two thirds of UK mothers-to-be have no idea how many extra calories they need during pregnancy. Picture: PA

Pregnant women warned against ‘eating for two’ myth

Health
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

News
Plans to make it simpler for transgender people to choose their legal sex have been welcomed. Picture; Getty

Scotland to boost right to choose own legal gender

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Charlie Gard's parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard who are considering their next steps ahead of the latest High Court hearing in a five-month legal battle over whether the terminally-ill baby should be treated by a specialist in America.  Picture; PA

Charlie Gard: Parents considering ‘next steps’

Health
Ranting about politics and posting too many selfies are both big no-nos on social media, according to research. Picture: Contributed

Revealed: The top 25 social media ‘sins’

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More than one in six heavy drinkers who took part in study died within 30 months. Picture: Contributed

Heavy drinkers in Capital dying 25 years younger, study finds

Health

Capital police under fire over vulnerable Andrew’s death

News

Mum with terminal lung cancer hails new treatment

News 5

Number of female footballers in Scotland ‘doubles’ in 6 years

News 1

Senior medics quit rather than move to Glasgow

News 9
Adam McVey

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

Opinion 2
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

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

Opinion
Scotch Whisky Society
Kaleidoscope

Liam Rudden: Have a dram good time at Scotch Malt Whisky Society

Entertainment 1

Tommy Sheppard: Withdrawing support from EU (Withdrawal) Bill

Opinion 4

Brian Monteith: No market rules for BBC luvvies’ salary

Opinion 3

Hayley Matthews: Plumbing puts paid to my trip to the Castle

Opinion

Fiona Duff: Stretching out with Prue and Jane

Opinion
Boris Johnson, left, performs a traditional Maori greeting with New Zealand's Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy. Picture: AP

Boris Johnson compares Maori greeting to ‘Glasgow kiss’

Politics 10
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 77
Syrian refugee families arrive at their new homes in Scotland. Picture: Getty Images

Scotland takes 1,800 Syrian refugees over last two years

Politics 36
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
The number of zero hour contracts in Scotland has fallen. Picture; PA

Number of zero hour contracts in Scotland falls

News 15
Ian Swanson interviews Alex Salmond. Picture: Greg Macvean

Alex Salmond: Brexit deal flop will spark indyref2

Politics 31
Fresh questions have been raised about Police Scotland's call-handling procedures. Picture: Julie Bull/TSPL

Police Scotland control room criticised over death

Crime 2

£1bn Edinburgh City Deal set to create 21,000 jobs

Politics 84

Brexit: Date set for Commons debate on EU withdrawal

Politics

Andy Wightman on land reform: Who owns the Palace of Holyroodhouse?

Opinion 46

SNP call for Theresa May to end pension ‘injustice’

News
Still Game will be back on air later this year. Picture: BBC Scotland

Filming begins for new series of Still Game

News 4

Behind the scenes at Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites

News
The Real Mary King's Close is one of Edinburgh must-see visitor attractions. Picture: Contributed.

360 tour: Edinburgh’s Real Mary King’s Close

Edinburgh

Budget coffee chain EasyCoffee opens first Edinburgh store

City Centre 3
A wash out atSaturday's airshow
. Picture: Alistair Linforth.

Row over ticket refunds after Scotland’s National Airshow washout

News 16
There have been 9 cyber attacks on Council HQ in the last three years.

Nine cyber attacks on Edinburgh Council in last 3 years

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The number of zero hour contracts in Scotland has fallen. Picture; PA

Number of zero hour contracts in Scotland falls

News 15