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Tram boss ‘walked out of meeting with council’ over contract termination plans

Edinburgh
Commodore Adrian Shield of the Royal Forth Yacht Club

Marina businessman sues yacht club for defamation

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Teenager ‘told girls they could make money carrying out sex acts’

Edinburgh

Plans revealed for top of Leith Walk bike lanes

Edinburgh

Saughton Road North to be closed as part of major roadworks

Edinburgh

Edinburgh DJ offered £500 for rare mispressed Beyonce vinyl

Edinburgh

Bike group backs new £12m cycle routes in Edinburgh

Transport

Parents paying £122k more for house in Boroughmuir catchment area

Education
Hibernian's last trip to Hampden ended in a 3-2 defeat to Aberdeen - but Neil Lennon's men are heading back to G42 for the 21st time since the year 2000. Picture: John Devlin

Hibs set to make 21st appearance at Hampden since 2000

Hibs

Kevin Buckle: Rag’n’Bone Man leaves Scots on the scrapheap

Kevin Buckle
Liam and his mother Caroline love visiting The Yard

Charity that goes extra Yard for kids

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Sheila Sinclair has died at the age of 79

Sheila was always on the right track

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Nan and Joe Reilly are celebrating 70 years of marriage

Edinburgh couple mark 70 years together

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Emma Hudson-Brookfield has been swimming since the age of four and has set her sights on becoming a world record holder to raise money for Edinburgh Childrens Hospital Charity

Ten-year-old Edinburgh girl aims to break Firth of Forth swimming record

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Hayley Richards retrained as a Business Studies teacher at Portobello

Teachers back new recruitment drive

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Richard Demarco is the Fine Furniture Guild's honorary chairman. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Demarco takes seat at Furniture Guild

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Pok Lo from Queensferry High School who is 13-year-old and has just got a First from the Open University.

Maths prodigy gets a first degree aged just 13

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Lothian Bus driver named one of best in Britain

Edinburgh

Spadework pays off for pensioners

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Top teaching gong for musical Grace

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Commodore Adrian Shield of the Royal Forth Yacht Club

Marina businessman sues yacht club for defamation

News

Teenager ‘told girls they could make money carrying out sex acts’

Edinburgh
Bogus workmen target the most vulnerable members of our communities

Chief Inspector Kevin McLean: Beware of those bogus workmen

Opinion
Livingston Sheriff Court.

Boy in court over West Lothian school knife slashing

Crime

Edinburgh man accused of assaulting two babies

Crime

Edinburgh robbers shouted ‘it’s the police’ before barging into house

Edinburgh

Police Scotland unveils dual English-Gaelic logo

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Fettes pupil expelled after taking ecstasy

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Edinburgh trams inquiry: Councillors not told of price rise

Transport 5
Drivers have been urged to plan ahead.

Saughton Road North to be closed as part of major roadworks

Edinburgh
Some passengers on re-booked Ryanair flights were forced to pay again for extras they'd paid for on their original flight. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Ryanair passengers who re-booked flights pay again for extras

Transport
An artist's impression of one of the proposed new cycle lanes for west Edinburgh. Picture: contributed

Bike group backs new £12m cycle routes in Edinburgh

Transport 14

Plans revealed for top of Leith Walk bike lanes

Edinburgh 5
Morrisons are charging different prices at different stores in the Capital, leaving some readers to comment that they feel they're being punished for where they live.

Why are Morrisons charging different prices for petrol around Edinburgh?

Edinburgh 6
Ryanair flights between the Capital and several European destinations have been cancelled.

A dozen Edinburgh flights among thousands cancelled by Ryanair

Edinburgh

Tram boss ‘walked out of meeting with council’ over contract termination plans

Edinburgh

Crash on Ferry Road adds to early morning congestion

Edinburgh

Readers react to ‘cheapest airport bus link’ being scrapped

Edinburgh 3

Lothian Buses scraps ‘cheapest airport’ bus link with 35 rebrand

Edinburgh 19
Boroughmuir High School. Picture: Jon Savage

Parents paying £122k more for house in Boroughmuir catchment area

Education
Liam and his mother Caroline love visiting The Yard

Charity that goes extra Yard for kids

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Surveys in literacy and numeracy reveal a decline in standards in our schools. Picture: John Devlin

Brian Monteith: As long as the Blob rules, schools will keep failing

Opinion
Livingston Sheriff Court.

Boy in court over West Lothian school knife slashing

Crime

Fettes pupil expelled after taking ecstasy

News

Edinburgh Council may ‘make changes to school catchment areas’

Edinburgh 2

Scottish teacher writes furious open letter to Nicola Sturgeon

News 8

Total Scots students at Edinburgh University drops while rUK number rises

Education 1
Founder Elaine Wyllie, Chief Medical Officer Dr Catherine Calderwood, ScottishPowers Keith Anderson, Health Minister Aileen Campbell, Aiden Cassidy, Rachel Short and Saul Dougherty launch the Daily Mile intiative. Picture: John Devlin

Scotland aims to become first Daily Mile nation

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Anna Burnett who had  a liver transplant aged 10 has died aged 32. Anna was a transplant athlete and art teacher.

Tributes paid to ‘remarkable’ transplant patient Anna Burnett

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Hugo was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia aged just two

Stacy Rowan: Help us to help more children like Hugo

Opinion
Labour peer Tessa Jowell who has been diagnosed with brain cancer, her family has announced.  Pictture: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Labour peer Tessa Jowell diagnosed with brain cancer

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Neil Findlay with his wife Fiona.

Labour’s Neil Findlay tells of wife’s battle with breast cancer

Politics

Occupational therapist will ‘grasp life opportunities’ after cancer

Our Region
Alan Watson

How a routine eye check saved an Edinburgh teenager’s life

Edinburgh 1

Chief medical officer reveals ‘untold story’ over invasive treatment for terminally ill

Health

Edinburgh Sick Kids hospital sold to developers

News 3

Calls to bring back hospital smoking areas in the Capital

News 6

How a routine baby check led to a cancer diagnosis

News
Liz McAreavey, chief executive of Edinburgh Chamber Of Commerce. Picture: Scott Louden

Liz McAreavey: A bright future is there for the taking

Opinion
Bogus workmen target the most vulnerable members of our communities

Chief Inspector Kevin McLean: Beware of those bogus workmen

Opinion
Playing Rocket will teach you how to create, build and deliver a successful business in a day

Gerry Farrell: Running a business is Rocket science

Opinion
Surveys in literacy and numeracy reveal a decline in standards in our schools. Picture: John Devlin

Brian Monteith: As long as the Blob rules, schools will keep failing

Opinion

Steve Cardownie: Battle lines are drawn over Newhaven trams

Opinion 3

Ash Denham: No more going round the houses

Opinion

Ian Swanson: Is a Labour-SNP coalition really so unthinkable?

Opinion

Cycle lanes need a balancing act

Opinion
Surveys in literacy and numeracy reveal a decline in standards in our schools. Picture: John Devlin

Brian Monteith: As long as the Blob rules, schools will keep failing

Opinion
An artist's impression of the proposed canalside homes at Fountainbridge. Picture: contributed

Roof-top gardens top plans for new Fountainbridge flats

Business 4
Land reform campaigner Andy Wightman has called for a tax on vacant land

Scottish Greens call for levy on ‘vacant’ Scottish land

News 1
Harry Potter author JK Rowling. Picture: PA

JK Rowling compares Brexit ‘media bias’ claims to Yes campaign

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Building more houses is a priority for the Scottish government

Ash Denham: No more going round the houses

Opinion
Nicola Sturgeon and Carwyn Jones have shown a willingness to co-operate. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Ian Swanson: Is a Labour-SNP coalition really so unthinkable?

Opinion
Nicola Sturgeon's government is under fire over its education record. Picture: Steven Brown

Scottish teacher writes furious open letter to Nicola Sturgeon

News 8

Cammy Day: We must come together to battle homelessness

Opinion 2

Labour peer Tessa Jowell diagnosed with brain cancer

News 1

Poll: Scots’ support for remaining in EU up since January

News

Scottish Parliament building ‘will reach end of useful life by 2060’

Edinburgh

Bespoke sword-making service coming to Edinburgh

Edinburgh
A ruby and sapphire ring gifted by Bonnie Prince Charlie to a female supporter is on show in Inverness. PIC: Inverness Museum and Art Gallery/Ewen Weatherspoon.

7 Jacobite relics still found in the Highlands

News

The weathermen of Ben Nevis

News
Commodore Adrian Shield of the Royal Forth Yacht Club

Marina businessman sues yacht club for defamation

News
An artist's impression of one of the proposed new cycle lanes for west Edinburgh. Picture: contributed

Bike group backs new £12m cycle routes in Edinburgh

Transport 14

Plans revealed for top of Leith Walk bike lanes

Edinburgh 5
Ryanair flights between the Capital and several European destinations have been cancelled.

A dozen Edinburgh flights among thousands cancelled by Ryanair

Edinburgh