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School merger proposed under plans to tackle rising number of Edinburgh pupils

Edinburgh
East Craigs Medical Practice has insufficient GP partners to manage the facility.

Thousands face uncertainty after GP surgery hands back contract

Health
Edinburgh's Fettes College was the top ranked Scottish independent school for those following the A-level/GCSE system.

Fettes College tops independent school ranks

Education
Yellow weather warnings have been issued for much of the country. Picture: Met Office

Weather warnings as temperatures plummet beyond zero

News

Treasured artworks to be moved from Picardy Place

Health

Royal Botanics lights up with spectacular Christmas display

Edinburgh

Your Lothian Buses People’s Champion is revealed

News

Fire blacks out Stockbridge streets on chilly night

Stockbridge
A rare chick of the closest living relative to the dodo has hatched at Edinburgh Zoo. Picture: Sian Addison.

Endangered bird related to extinct Dodo born at Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh

Christine Grahame: Antics of Kezia and co as viewed from my sickbed

Kirsteen Campbell, Childrens Lottery trustee, joins STV presenter Jennifer Reoch  at Pirniehall Primary to present a cheque to Stephen Fischbacher and meet some of the youngsters who will benefit

Fischy Music project hooks prestige grant

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Alex Laird has been chief invigilator at Portobello High School for 18 years. Picture: Peter Devlin

Edinburgh stars shine at SQA awards

News
Motorcyclist Fraser Flockhart has earned himself the nickname the Flying Graduate.

Biker Fraser flying over the Tarmac

News
Donald Thomson is in the running for a national award

Donald is tuned in for musical success

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Catriona Morison

Real Lives: Something to sing about for Catriona

News
Andrew Lennie, winner of Talisker's Race to Skye competition

Andrew mixes up a dram fine cocktail

News
15-year-old Ian Ford has become the first male world TaeKwon-Do champion in 20 years. Pictured with coach Robin Blair. Picture: contributed

West Lothian teen crowned TaeKwon-Do world champion

News 1

Dalkeith Park goes Dutch with Remko

News

Police appeal to trace missing Josh White, 18

News

Firm fined after worker fell to death at Fort Kinnaird

Edinburgh
Jagtar Singh Johal. Picture: Contributed.

Scot ‘tortured by Indian police’ remains in custody

News
Armed police patrol near Oxford street as they respond to an incident in central London. Picture: Daniel LEAL-OLIVASDANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images

Oxford Circus and Bond St stations reopen after police incident

News
A 31-year-old man has been arrested after allegedy using a knife to rob Coral Bookmakers in West Calder. Picture: John Devlin

Man charged after robbing West Calder bookies at knifepoint

Edinburgh
Police have appealed for information. Do you know this man?

Woman ‘pushed from train’ in Edinburgh assault

Edinburgh

Bookies held up at knifepoint in West Calder

Edinburgh

Gangland killer in jail cell heroin bust

Crime

Sergeant faces murder bid retrial

Crime

Cyber crime success sees capital gains for Edinburgh firms

Crime

Video: Edinburgh’s new electric bike hire given a test ride

Transport
Police have appealed for information. Do you know this man?

Woman ‘pushed from train’ in Edinburgh assault

Edinburgh
The map shows the diversions in place

MAP: Bus diversions ahead of Scotland v Australia at Murrayfield

Edinburgh
The later trains will run on the main line between Edinburgh and Glasgow. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

ScotRail to run latest-ever festive trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow

Transport 2
Neil Renilson spoke at the tram inquiry on Thursday.

Ex bus boss stuns tram inquiry with Holocaust’s Schindler comparison

Transport
Dopey workmen painted white road markings - on top of a large pile of horse poo.

The workmen were repainting two kilometers of white lines on the edges of the busy A198 outside of Longniddry, East Lothian.

Road markings painted over horse poo in East Lothian

Transport 2
Sheriffhall Roundabout, City Bypass

Minister ‘backtracking’ on City Bypass congestion fix

Transport 5

Edinburgh to Glasgow train journeys to take 42 minutes by 2018

Edinburgh 1

Tram developers failed to oversee key work, inquiry told

Transport 1

John McLellan: Edinburgh’s tram scandal could happen again

Opinion 2

School merger proposed under plans to tackle rising number of Edinburgh pupils

Edinburgh 4
Edinburgh's Fettes College was the top ranked Scottish independent school for those following the A-level/GCSE system.

Fettes College tops independent school ranks

Education
Dolly the Sheep, the world's first cloned mammal. Picture: Getty Images

Dolly the Sheep ‘did not have abnormal arthritis’

Edinburgh
The proposed extension to the 19th century Teviot Row House student union in Edinburgh proved unpopular. Picture: Contributed

Controversial plan to extend Teviot Row House dropped by university

Education

John McLellan: George Watson’s response to bully claims disappointing

Opinion

Edinburgh school drafts in students to deal with teacher shortage

Education

Students drafted in to help solve maths crisis at Edinburgh school

Education 1

Helen Martin: Computer-obsessed kids can’t grip pencil

Opinion 2
East Craigs Medical Practice has insufficient GP partners to manage the facility.

Thousands face uncertainty after GP surgery hands back contract

Health 1
Thistle Foundation helps people dealing with chronic pain or difficult diagnosis regain a sense of independence

Diagnosis is not a life sentence, says charity

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Artists impression map of development of Picardy Place.

Treasured artworks to be moved from Picardy Place

Health
The Scotmid store was closed after asbestos was found. Picture: comp

Scotmid store in Edinburgh closed after asbestos found

Health 1

Video: Plea to keep Bield care homes open

News
Could coffee really be good for you?

Three cups of coffee a day cuts risk of early death finds study

Edinburgh
Stroke victim Neil Ferguson

Edinburgh teenager fights back to fitness after stroke hell

News

Men back statue of pioneering Edinburgh woman Elsie Inglis

Health 1

Readers react to NHS Lothian pilot scheme

Edinburgh

Edinburgh father and daughter lose nearly seven stone between them

Health

NHS 24 to decide if you’re sick enough to see a doctor

News 16
The normal artists based at the Tron still dont know if they will be homeless after Christmas, Picture: Neil Hanna

Kevin Buckle: Snobbery is stifling art we can all enjoy

Opinion
Wester Hailes Education Centre which faces merger with Currie High

Leader comment: City must listen to concerns on west Edinburgh schools shake-up

Opinion
Le Clique

Fiona Duff: Do you want to be in my Clique?

Opinion

Hayley Matthews: My Michelin-starred wardrobe malfunction

Opinion

Susan Morrison: Teen war over David or Donny was brutal

Opinion

Euan McGrory: Edinburgh council must make sport cuts a last resort

Opinion

Susan Morrison: Old Town Bunting Thief strikes at History Festival

Opinion
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale joined the long-running ITV programme this week. Picture: James Gourley/ITV

Kezia Dugdale could be a ‘valuable commodity’ if she quits politics

Politics

School merger proposed under plans to tackle rising number of Edinburgh pupils

Edinburgh 4

Labour leader disappointed by Kezia Dugdale’s ‘unauthorised absence’

News 2
Broughton Women's Rugby Club face difficulties ensuring they can train and play.

Fears for city sports clubs if Edinburgh Leisure cuts go ahead

Politics 1
The new hotel will be placed in a gap site in the Old Town

First look: New images released of £20m hotel planned for Old Town

Business 5

Nicola Sturgeon considers more help for first-time house buyers

Politics
Kezia Dugdale during her challenge

Kezia Dugdale’s I’m a Celeb opener ends in defeat

Politics

Video: Kezia Dugdale sifts through tank of fish guts

News 1

Pro-indy blogger launches court action against Kezia Dugdale

Edinburgh

Scottish ministers join sleep in the park event for homeless

Edinburgh

I’m a Celebrity: Kezia Dugdale confronts ‘Sickola Sturgeon’

News 3
The normal artists based at the Tron still dont know if they will be homeless after Christmas, Picture: Neil Hanna

Kevin Buckle: Snobbery is stifling art we can all enjoy

Opinion
Children play on the model of the Golden Arrow engine in Jenners, Edinburgh, November 1965

Pictures of Edinburgh at Christmas from a bygone era

News

What is Black Friday and who has promotions in Edinburgh?

Edinburgh
Scots are tipped to spend less than last year in the Black Friday sales. Picture: JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images

Scots set to buck Black Friday trend by spending less

Business 1
The new hotel will be placed in a gap site in the Old Town

First look: New images released of £20m hotel planned for Old Town

Business 5
Paul Kitching's creations at 21212 are works of art. Picture: Lesley Martin

Hayley Matthews: My Michelin-starred wardrobe malfunction

Opinion