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Wife of rugby legend Scott Hastings found safe and well

Edinburgh
The opening of the Queensferry Crossing has been delayed. Picture: Greg Macvean

Queensferry Crossing opening delayed until the summer

Transport
Rory McWhirter posed as a dad to register multiple bogus births across Scotland. Picture: Contributed

Failed nightclub owner jailed over birth certificate scam

News
The Sick Kids hospital in Sciennes. Picture: Jon Savage

Community bid lodged for Edinburgh’s Sick Kids Hospital

Health

Dog fouling problem ‘big concern’ for residents in Capital

Edinburgh

1 in 5 Lothian cancer patients not treated within key target

Health

Famous discovery has ‘ruined my life’ claims Professor Higgs

Edinburgh

Holyrood’s indyref2 vote rejected by Westminster

News
The Queensferry Crossing was originally scheduled to open in December.

Queensferry Crossing opening delayed for a second time

Transport

Gerry Farrell: Indyref was votes, not hate

Gerry Farrell
Flautist Hannah Foster

Hannah’s young musician drive

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Students walk through Brunsfield Links. Picture: TSPL.

Five parts of Edinburgh you didn’t know were haunted

Edinburgh 3
Pieyam Khosrowpour, Lisa Sher and Essie 18months enjoy the sun in Morningside.

Edinburgh’s top 10 happiest places revealed

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Iain Ross recently rehomed guinea pigs from the Scottish SPCA

Iain dons trainers for animals in need

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Jordan Coe, 20, from Falkirk a Thai boxer who has died suddenly in Thailand. Picture: Contributed

Tributes pour in for Scots Thai boxer who dies from heatstroke

News 4
Hamleys will open in jenners next week.

World famous Hamleys toy store set to return to Edinburgh

City Centre 5

Strangers share stories of their sex lives at Edinburgh’s first ‘smut slam’

News 5

Professor Eleanor Riley takes helm at Roslin Institute

News

Dianne delighted to make the cut . .

News

Erin’s carving out a future for herself

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Rory McWhirter posed as a dad to register multiple bogus births across Scotland. Picture: Contributed

Failed nightclub owner jailed over birth certificate scam

News
Edinburgh Sheriff Court

Shop worker jailed after taking pictures up women’s skirts

Crime
John Gibson

Rapist who stalked woman while on bail is jailed

Crime
Police stand guard outside the Scottish Parliament and the Palace of Holyrood House following a terrorist incident in Westminster. Picture: JP License.

Police Scotland to deploy officers with tasers to patrol Holyrood

Crime 32

Man exposed himself after entry to Edinburgh Castle refused

Edinburgh

Murder accused pensioner was warned to stay away from woman

Edinburgh

Capital businesses warned over fake £50 note scam

Edinburgh 2

Video: ‘White Pride’ marchers make Nazi salutes in Edinburgh

City Centre 23
The opening of the Queensferry Crossing has been delayed. Picture: Greg Macvean

Queensferry Crossing opening delayed until the summer

Transport 43
Edinburgh Trams recorded their busiest day Picture; Lesley Martin

Edinburgh trams records ‘busiest day’ since service launched

Edinburgh 14
The Queensferry Crossing was originally scheduled to open in December.

Queensferry Crossing opening delayed for a second time

Transport 85
Cyclists descend on the Scottish Parliament for the annual Pedal on Parliament demonstration.

Nearly half of cyclists feel ‘unsafe’ on Edinburgh roads

Transport 75
Stagecoachs No 40 is the only direct bus link between South Queensferry and the centre of the Capital. Picture: Greg Macvean

Stagecoach to pull South Queensferry’s bus link to Capital

Transport 28

Campaigners meet Minister over Waverley taxi access

Transport 9

East Coast Buses to roll out two new routes in East Lothian

Our Region 6

Letters: Let’s have a referendum on tram extension plans

Edinburgh 21
Lecturers' careers could be hanging in the balance after students are asked to grade their performance. Picture: Jane Barlow

Edinburgh University students asked to grade their lecturers

Edinburgh 1
Liberton pupils with their Japanese teacher Dr Yoko Matsumoto-Sturt

Edinburgh primary leads way with Japanese lessons pilot

Edinburgh
Dinner lady Debbie Van Hussen from Deans Community High School, Livingston joined Jeff Bland and his staff at The Balmoral Hotel last week
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West Lothian dinner ladies trained by top chef at Balmoral

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Terri Smith
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Local Hero Awards 2016

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Leith Academy pupils honoured by Prince Charles

Education 2

Appeal launched to find autistic student’s laptop after leaving bag at bus stop

News 4

City pupils needing help with English doubles in a decade

Edinburgh 12

First female student at Royal Botanic Garden ‘posed as man’

Education
The Sick Kids hospital in Sciennes. Picture: Jon Savage

Community bid lodged for Edinburgh’s Sick Kids Hospital

Health 4
Its been almost three years since NHS Lothian met its cancer treatment targets. Picture: Getty Images/Wavebreak Media

1 in 5 Lothian cancer patients not treated within key target

Health 4
Yvonne Fairholm is grateful for the help she received with Edie. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Mum thanks health staff for help with her ‘reluctant feeder’

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Kearyn Adamson is 4 and suffers from a range of conditions but the main line of the story is the family are raising money for him to get a therapy dog. Picture; Ian Rutherford.

Family in therapy dog appeal for blind son

Health

Leader: ERI parking charges shouldn’t rise, they should be scrapped

Health 3
Katy Williamson is the Legacy Manager in Scotland for Cancer Research UK.

Death of father inspires charity worker 30 years on

Health
ERI staff are furious at price hike.  Pic: Toby Williams

Thousands sign petition against ERI parking charges

News 19

Infertile Scottish couples to get three chances of free IVF

News 69

First Minister slams ‘unfair’ ERI parking fees

Health 16

Sarra Hoy becomes premature birth charity ambassador

Health 3

Outcry over rise in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary parking fees

Health 51
Theresa May meets Nicola Sturgeon in Glasgow. Picture: SWNS

Ian Swanson: Who will blink first in the Brexit stand-off?

Opinion 2
It's possible to oppose Theresa May's policies while still expressing relief that she was safe during the attack on Westminster. Picture: Getty

Gerry Farrell: Indyref was votes, not hate

Opinion
The Sick Kids hospital in Sciennes. Picture: Jon Savage

Comment: Sick Kids sale offers hope for southside of Edinburgh

Opinion
Benefits for people with disabilities are being cut

Deidre Brock: Cuts will help disabled into work – aye, right

Opinion

Susan Morrison: The old pals act does not work with kids

Opinion

Helen Martin: History of Troubles casts a long shadow

Opinion 3

Andrew Burns: Labour’s manifesto for the future of our Capital

Opinion 4

JoJo Fraser: Treat yourself on Mother’s Day

Opinion

Poll: majority of Scots don’t want separate Brexit deal

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The survey revealed the cleanest and dirtiest areas of our city according to residents

The cleanest and dirtiest streets in Edinburgh according to residents

Edinburgh
Edinburgh Trams recorded their busiest day Picture; Lesley Martin

Edinburgh trams records ‘busiest day’ since service launched

Edinburgh 14
Theresa May meets Nicola Sturgeon in Glasgow. Picture: SWNS

Ian Swanson: Who will blink first in the Brexit stand-off?

Opinion 2
The Sick Kids hospital in Sciennes. Picture: Jon Savage

Community bid lodged for Edinburgh’s Sick Kids Hospital

Health 4
The Meadows did well for lack of dog fouling and good street cleaning. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Dog fouling problem ‘big concern’ for residents in Capital

Edinburgh 24
Its been almost three years since NHS Lothian met its cancer treatment targets. Picture: Getty Images/Wavebreak Media

1 in 5 Lothian cancer patients not treated within key target

Health 4

Plans for BMX track dropped from Jack Kane Centre revamp

News 1

MSPs’ backing for indyref2 ballot ‘must be respected’

News 3

Holyrood’s indyref2 vote rejected by Westminster

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Emeli Sande backs second independence referendum

Edinburgh
The Clyde Floating Baths which opened in 1879. PIC: Inverclyde Council.

The floating swimming pool that sunk in the Clyde

News
A boy wearing a gas mask at a rave held at Dalleagles farm near New Cumnock in June 1992. Picture: Allan Milligan/TSPL

Irvine Welsh to co-write TV series exploring rave culture

Entertainment
Knockhill offers high octane thrills. Picture: Contributed.

7 great family days out in Scotland

News
The City Deal could be delayed until after the elections. PIcture Steven Scott Taylor

Edinburgh City Deal delayed until after May elections

Business 13
Edinburgh Castle was one of three Scottish attractions in the UK top 20 last year.

Top Scots attractions outperforming rest of UK

Business 4