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Edinburgh’s potholes quadruple in two years

Transport
Forensic police gather evidence at the scene in Longstone.

 Picture: Neil Hanna

Murder detectives say Mark Squires died in a ‘random attack’

Edinburgh
Residents in Corstorphine say 'robust' policies are needed for St John's Road.

Residents call for curb on cars as MSPs visit ‘most-polluted street’

News
Picture; Traffic Scotland

Sheriffhall Roundabout reopened as breakdown cleared

Edinburgh

Top 10 revealed for Pub of the Year 2017

Edinburgh

Fire service on the scene at Slateford Road flat fire

Edinburgh

CCTV appeal after man assaulted on Bread Street

Edinburgh

Watch: Police update on Mark Squires murder investigation

Edinburgh
Bute House was built in the 1790s and is now in the care of National Trust for Scotland. Picture: Greg Macvean

Nicola Sturgeon moved to hotel as Bute House closed for repairs

Politics

John McLellan: Silent partners need to speak out on rates

Riordan, left, cheekily mocked O'Connor

Garry O’Connor mocked by ex-Hibs teammate Derek Riordan

News 2
Cody McManus with the boxing ring full of Christmas presents. Picture: Neil Hanna

Selfless young Edinburgh boxer gains British Citizen youth award

News 1
New chief executive of Firstport, Josiah Lockhart

Josiah moves from farm to Firstport

News
Lisa Stewart, author and occupational therapist

NHS worker Lisa has the write stuff

News
Will Scarlett, property sales specialist

Will sets sites on a new business future

News 1
A flurry of new stores are to open at Fort Kinnaird.

Host of new stores and gym to open in Fort Kinnaird

Edinburgh 9
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

Edinburgh teen grabs chance to help kids in South Africa

Craigmillar

Disability rights campaigner David Hart remembered

News

Leith Primary pupil starts campaign to give socks to the homeless

News 2

Edinburgh law student accused of hate crime after mocking Isis

Crime
Forensic police gather evidence at the scene in Longstone.

 Picture: Neil Hanna

Murder detectives say Mark Squires died in a ‘random attack’

Edinburgh
Do you know this man? Contributed

CCTV appeal after man assaulted on Bread Street

Edinburgh
Police Scotland
Operation Myriad resulted in 34 arrests in 14 days. Picture: contributed

Residents hailed for help in Edinburgh bike crime crackdown

Edinburgh 1

Disabled man fell from wheelchair during robbery

Edinburgh

Watch: Police update on Mark Squires murder investigation

Edinburgh

Police launch investigation after robbery at Edinburgh pub

Edinburgh

Police confirm murder probe launched into death of Mark Squires

Edinburgh
Picture; Traffic Scotland

Sheriffhall Roundabout reopened as breakdown cleared

Edinburgh
Residents in Corstorphine say 'robust' policies are needed for St John's Road.

Residents call for curb on cars as MSPs visit ‘most-polluted street’

News 3
Roadworks will continue for the next few weeks in the area.

MAP: Bus diverted as work begins at Silverknowes roundabout

Edinburgh 1
The Council says they have helped around 500 people in the Capital

Edinburgh repair scheme helps hundreds of tenement owners

Transport
The public have been asked to come forward with their suggestions for 
Picardy Place roundabout at the top of Leith Walk. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Public asked for their views on top of Leith Walk development plans

Transport 8
The airline said that staff had been in error. Photograph: Getty Images

Easyjet ‘sorry’ after cabin crew reject Scottish bank note

Politics 3

Trams official was told ‘drop concerns or risk losing your job’

Edinburgh 1

Electric train runs on Edinburgh-Glasgow mainline for first time

Transport

Gridlock fears over proposed west Edinburgh developments

Transport 10

Edinburgh Trams utilities project ‘hardest task ever’ for official

Edinburgh 2
Kelsey Wallace from Castlebrae High School with Stuart Forbes to mark the start of building at Little France

Edinburgh centre offers new hope on incurable disease

Health
Fire damage at the Kabin's storage shed in Loanhead. Picture: Scott Louden

Loanhead after school club ‘devastated by fire’ handed vital cash lifeline

Our Region
Scotland is to be the first part of the UK to ban smacking. MSP hn Finnie has been campaigning for a change in the law

Scotland to be first part of UK to ban smacking children

News 4

Edinburgh robot could help autistic adults find work

News

Singing star Paolo Nutini to become a university tutor

News

Edinburgh teen grabs chance to help kids in South Africa

Craigmillar

Leader comment: No easy solution to class size rise

Opinion 2

Alarm raised over Scotland’s supersized primary classes

News 3
Ron Connelly

Tributes paid to runner who died during Edinburgh Parkrun

Edinburgh
Kelsey Wallace from Castlebrae High School with Stuart Forbes to mark the start of building at Little France

Edinburgh centre offers new hope on incurable disease

Health
The makers of the soap have recommended it's withdrawn from sale.

Alert over Paw Patrol soap after toddler left fighting for life

News
Trainee cardiologist Dr Stuart Hutchison, 30, who has survived heart surgery. Picture SWNS

Medical student sets faulty heart on helping others

News
Rick Loup. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh patient facing ‘nightmare’ 16-month wait for knee op

News 3
Margaret Black, pictured with her niece Janice Warden, is a resident at St Andrew's Care Home for dementia patients in Uphall. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Income rise at Edinburgh care home closure charity

News
Tony Singh's recipes will be handed out at local food banks. Picture: Peter Devlin

Edinburgh celebrity chef creates bespoke foodbank recipes

Health

Brave Luke defies the odds as he takes part in football camp

News 1

Hard Rock Cafe to offer quiet autism friendly hour

New Town

Serious shortage of help for people with lung conditions

News

Revealed: More than 2,000 patients ‘had to wait over an hour’ for ambulance

News 1
Easter Road - the fans reaction to Hearts chairman Wallace Mercer's bid to merge with Hibernian FC

Steve Cardownie: The derby match that survived historic threat

Opinion
Sean Hughes

Liam Rudden: Old actors never die they live on through their work

Entertainment
Museum curator Stephen Allen with Midge Ure. Pic: Neil Hanna

Leader comment: Edinburgh has a pop history worth shouting about

Opinion
100 year old Helen Kennedy having a ride on a trike with the biker group from Queensferry

Helen Martin: Ton-up Helen is worth the risk

Opinion

Kevin Buckle: I’m becoming fluent in language of jargon

Opinion

Hayley Matthews: Visit to St Andrews keeps Stella’s memories alive

Opinion

Susan Morrison: Keep taking the tablets, but not to Downing Street

Opinion

Fiona Duff: Annie get your musical - or panto

Opinion
Bute House was built in the 1790s and is now in the care of National Trust for Scotland. Picture: Greg Macvean

Nicola Sturgeon moved to hotel as Bute House closed for repairs

Politics 3

Poll reveals anxiety over Scottish smacking ban

Politics 2
Leadership duo Sarwar and Leonard. Photograph: Steven Scott Taylor

Scottish Labour infighting reaches new low as MP targeted at meeting

Politics 1
Former shadow Scottish Secretary Ian Murray has expressed concern about union involvement in the leadership campaign. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Scottish Labour ‘risks being Unite branch’

Politics
The airline said that staff had been in error. Photograph: Getty Images

Easyjet ‘sorry’ after cabin crew reject Scottish bank note

Politics 3
Anas Sarwar and Richard Leonard at Labour leader hustings. Picture; John Devlin

Labour chief: Leaks during leadership race bring party into ‘disrepute’

News
Edinburgh West MSP, Alex Cole-Hamilton

Edinburgh MSP to face no further action over campaign spending

Edinburgh 1

Scotland to be first part of UK to ban smacking children

News 4

Letters; Social care should come before cyclists

Edinburgh 5

Ruth Davidson to appear on celebrity episode of Great British Bake Off

Edinburgh 8

Sturgeon still refusing to give consent to EU bill

Politics 1
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aaron Sidwell as Fiyero and amy ross as Elphaba in WICKED

First look at Wicked new cast coming to Playhouse

Entertainment
Remnants of Edinburgh's original tram system can be found all over the city.

Remnants of Edinburgh’s original trams and where to find them

News 1
Carve a creepy-crawly pumpkin for Edinburgh Zoo's family promotion.

Edinburgh Zoo’s spooktacular offer for Hallowe’en

Entertainment
Fireworks were found in a bin in an industrial estate.

Fireworks worth £1,500 found abandoned in wheelie bin

Edinburgh
The new Odeon cinema in Wester Hailes

Luxury makeover for Odeon cinema in Wester Hailes

Edinburgh 2
Exhibits on display at the Harry Potter exhibition in the Central Library, Edinburgh.

Harry Potter exhibition showcases magical items in Edinburgh

Edinburgh 1
The airline said that staff had been in error. Photograph: Getty Images

Easyjet ‘sorry’ after cabin crew reject Scottish bank note

Politics 3