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Man charged over Regent Road sex assault

Crime
Police on Ferry Road after a 10-year-old boy was seriously injured in a hit and run incident with a motorbike. Picture: SWNS

Community to buy new PlayStation for Drylaw hit-and-run boy

Crime
Rising gang tensions have prompted warnings from the police. Picture: John Devlin

Police chief warns of increasing tension between gangs

Crime

Woman charged after police stop car in Drylaw

Edinburgh

Man who killed sister thought he was in Transformers movie

Crime

Map: Road closures revealed ahead of Fireworks Concert

Edinburgh

£5m development plans for former Leith cinema revealed

News
Edinburgh-born Louise Linton and her husband, US treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin. (Saul Loeb/Pool Photo via AP, File)

Louise Linton criticised for ‘deplorable’ social media boast

Edinburgh

Ian Swanson: We’re still searching for perfect electoral system

Ian Swanson
Rev Dr Margaret Rae McDonald Forrester

Kirk women’s rights pioneer honoured

News 1
Lewis Page has been shortlisted
for the UK Plumber of the Year competition.

Lewis taps his way on to prize shortlist

News
Juliana Delaney is Chief Executive of Continuum Attractions

New trustees join the Seabird Centre

News
Morag Macleman celebrates her 45 years at the Jewel with colleagues

Morag Macleman marks 45 years at Edinburgh Asda store

News
Pic: Carolanne Bryce and Linda Hammell Boozem Buddies
cheque presentation - Oncology Department - St. John's
Carolanne Bryce - breast and bowel cancer sufferer - as well as being deaf
Has just raised over �5,200 paragliding at Strathallan through Bosom Buddies

Cancer survivor takes a leap of faith

News
Ellen Graham with Oscar, her dog and Paul Middler, with his parrot Billy perched on his shoulder

Animal lovers start dream career move

News
Edinburgh is calling out for the public to share their ideas on what should be crowned as the
final object within Edinburgh's 101 Objects, a popular city attraction.

Public asked to cast votes for ‘defining’ Edinburgh object

Entertainment 6

Aimee raises the bar to win award

News

Meet the 90-year-old who has attended every Edinburgh Festival

Entertainment 3

Craig’s puffin was just picture perfect

News 4

Most popular Edinburgh Amazon purchases revealed

News 6
The attack happened on Regent Road. Picture: Google Maps

Man charged over Regent Road sex assault

Crime
The car was pulled over on West Granton Access. Picture: Google Maps

Woman charged after police stop car in Drylaw

Edinburgh
Rising gang tensions have prompted warnings from the police. Picture: John Devlin

Police chief warns of increasing tension between gangs

Crime 5

Community to buy new PlayStation for Drylaw hit-and-run boy

Crime 7

Knifeman taunted his victim with ‘your blood’ film

Crime

Father had gun and drugs in East Lothian home

Our Region

Man who killed sister thought he was in Transformers movie

Crime
The car was pulled over on West Granton Access. Picture: Google Maps

Woman charged after police stop car in Drylaw

Edinburgh
The bridge has been closed for months - leading to congestion. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Call to let spy cameras help Kirkliston residents avoid ‘rat run’

Edinburgh 1
Waverley extended platform 12 Picture: Network Rail

Pictures of the new look Waverley station released

Edinburgh 10
The longest wait time for taxis in Edinburgh has been revealed. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Revealed: Edinburgh taxi ranks with the longest waiting times

Edinburgh 8
Adam Johnston was killed in a crash on the A82.

Motorcyclist killed on A82 named as West Lothian biker

Edinburgh
Passengers have had their say about Edinburgh's taxi rank.

Readers have their say about Capital’s taxis

Transport 1
The taxi rank outside the Omni/Playhouse

Number of private hire cars in Edinburgh overtake black cabs

Transport 20

Leith Street works: new one-way system causes traffic chaos

Edinburgh 19

Police hunt man who lifted woman’s skirt on Edinburgh train

Crime 5

FAQs: What you need to know about the Queensferry Crossing opening

Edinburgh 2

Cyclist sues Edinburgh Council £50k for tram fall

Edinburgh
Fettes College, Scotland's most expensive school

Fettes College in Edinburgh has highest school fees in Scotland

Education 14
The falling number of crossing guides in the Capital has sparked calls against road safety. Picture; John Birchall.

Concerns at drop in number of lollipop men and women

News 3
'Super-sized' classes are on the rise, according to new figures. Picture: TSPL

‘Super-sized’ Scottish primary school classes soar by third

Education 113
Ibrahim Faisal (The High School of Glasgow), James Griffith (Loretto School) and Aidan Davis (George Watson's College) show off their medals. Picture: contributed

Edinburgh whizz kids claim triple medal win at World Math Olympiad

Education

Labour councillor questions own party’s education priorities

Education 3

Closing attainment gap named ‘top priority’ for education boss

Edinburgh 2

MSP wants headteachers to be allowed to ban mobiles in school

Education 33

Leith Academy youth worker accused of filming naked boy

News 9
The Mulligan family join Vision Express's James Kirk as ambassadors for Childhood Eye Cancer Trust. Picture: Submitted

Armadale mum’s quick thinking spots baby’s rare eye cancer

Our Region
The new Royal Hospital for Children and Young People was due to open in autumn but has been delayed to May. Picture: Contributed

Call for ‘urgent’ action on mental health services

Edinburgh
On leave: Willie Innes. Picture: Greg Macvean

East Lothian council leader to be treated for cancer

Health
Melvin James was released from Royal Edinburgh Hospital on February 10, 2017.  He went on to murder his sister - ann-Marie James - stab his mother and then fatally stabbed himself at the family home in Wolverhampton.

Man who killed sister thought he was in Transformers movie

Crime
Thomas was borned via emergency c-section weighing 4lb 10oz

Couple aim to raise awareness after having ‘to let twins go to save their brother’

Our Region
The man was Tasered by police.

Man killed sister after leaving Royal Edinburgh hospital

Crime 5
Sarah Glendinning is being treated for breast cancer at Edinburgh ECMC. Photograph: Lesley Martin

Edinburgh research to find which cancer patients need chemo

Health

Doddie Weir and Scott Hastings set for MND run

Health

Methadone treatment costs in Lothians rise to more than £3m

Health 7

Drug-related deaths in Lothians increase by 28% to highest level

News

Drop in complaints on bins and litter after changes by council

Politics 17
Council-run leisure centres like Meadowbank face huge business rates bills

Comment: Business rates plans are baffling

Opinion
Minimum pricing wont necessarily put off alcohol addicts. Picture: PA

David Hamill: Minimum pricing could make things worse for kids

Opinion 1
Big Ben falls silent and a nation mourns  apparently. Picture: Getty

Brian Monteith: The Silly Season’s now such a serious business

Opinion
Vanessa Kisuule tackled racism in her poetry

Gerry Farrell: Wham, bam thank you Slam

Opinion

Calum Henderson: Trainspotting’s ‘choose life’ message endures

Opinion

Steve Cardownie: Music therapy strikes a chord with so many

Opinion

Alison Johnstone: The case against fracking is clear

Opinion 4

Ian Swanson: We’re still searching for perfect electoral system

Opinion 1
Ken Barclay's review recommends scrapping rates for nurseries but making private schools and council-owned leisure centres start paying. Picture: TSPL

Business rates reforms ‘about fairness not penalties’

Politics
On leave: Willie Innes. Picture: Greg Macvean

East Lothian council leader to be treated for cancer

Health

SNP councillor apologises over tweet criticising MP’s toddler

Politics 149
A protest against fracking at the Scottish Parliament

Alison Johnstone: The case against fracking is clear

Opinion 4
Every voting system has its drawbacks

Ian Swanson: We’re still searching for perfect electoral system

Opinion 1
She spoke as the partys UK leader, Jeremy Corbyn, prepares for a tour of Scotland beginning tomorrow. Picture Greg Macvean

Kezia Dugdale: Scotland ‘crucial’ in next election

Politics 29
Hidden Door site in Kings Stables Road - the team in the 'Peely Room '

Art quarter plans dropped for affordable new homes

Politics 3

Ex-councillor Jim Orr censured over ‘demeaning’ blog

Politics

Council ‘spends £180,000’ on new tech for councillors

Politics 15

Robert Aldridge: Let’s put the brakes on this 20mph zone fiasco

Opinion 12

Ash Denham: We must eradicate modern slavery

Opinion 3
Staff working at Fringe venues across the city are being exploited claim the Fair Fringe campaign

Edinburgh City Council to back ‘Fair Fringe’ pay campaign

Festivals 1
League of Gentlemen - Perrier Award winners in 1997

League of Gentlemen return to their roots at Edinburgh Fringe

Entertainment
Money Dashboard chief executive Steve Tigar. Picture: Contributed

Money Dashboard to expand team after hitting £1m fund goal

Business
One home remains at the Wester Lea Newtongrange development. Picture; contributed

In pictures: Just one home remains in Wester Lea Newtongrange development

Edinburgh
A new one way traffic flow system at Abbeyhill.

Leith Street works: new one-way system causes traffic chaos

Edinburgh 19
Fettes College, Scotland's most expensive school

Fettes College in Edinburgh has highest school fees in Scotland

Education 14