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Details of Barack Obama dinner in Edinburgh revealed

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Motorcyclist fighting for life after Lothian crash

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People enjoying the sunny weather at Portobello Beach. Picture; Greg Macvean

Scotland’s weather: Edinburgh hotter than Canary Islands

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Edinburgh's Tory leader Iain Whyte

Labour accused of ‘holding the Capital to ransom’

Politics

Family of gran scalded to death in Edinburgh hotel compensated

Edinburgh

Marksmen to be positioned on EICC roof for Obama visit

Edinburgh

Scottish Defence League plans Edinburgh demonstration

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Former TV weatherman Fred Talbot found guilty of sex offences

Crime
Tennent's has enlisted Barack No-Bama, one of the UK's top Obama impersonators, to help launch their new campaign. Picture: Tennent's

Tennent’s take over Edinburgh ahead of Barack Obama visit

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Helen Martin: Prisoners must not get special treatment

Helen Martin
The Big Hearts Supporters Movement encourages fans to volunteer in ther communities

Big Hearts targets awards night glory

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Edinburgh scientist Dr Tijana Mitic

Beat goes on for city scientist Tijana

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Alan Dickso is head chef at No 10 Restaurant

Capital chef Alan has the recipe for success

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Hibs legend Eric loses cancer battle

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Students Catriona MacLellan, Laurie Bowman, Louis Clark, Cirstyn Brown,and Jade Cofor with Napier University staff members Lindsay Morgan, Mary Ann Kennedy and Dr Ann Schwan

Young offenders seen through students’ lenses

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Edinburgh climber who scaled Everest relives “the hardest week of my life”

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Mark ODonnell takes up his new role at the end of July. Picture: Chris Watt

Mark takes over as Royal Blind chief

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News columnist Sandy Strang dies

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Last run for Edinburgh marathon man Stuart Christie

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Lesley wins award for her three charities

News

Patrick backs the bowel movement

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Former TV weatherman Fred Talbot arrives at court.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Former TV weatherman Fred Talbot found guilty of sex offences

Crime
Kalyani Uthaman is said to have died of multiple organ failure after being scalded. Picture: Contributed.

Family of gran scalded to death in Edinburgh hotel compensated

Edinburgh
Officers recovered heroin from a vehicle on Hobart Street, Livingston. Picture: Google Maps

Man charged after £1.1k heroin haul in Livingston

Edinburgh
William Frew was given 5 years 3 months at Edinburgh High Court. Picture: contributed

Man jailed for prolonged abuse of two young boys

Livingston

Armed police patrols ‘doubled’ after Manchester attack

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Anger after ‘callous’ thieves steal 60 primary school iPads

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Jealous clubber launched glass attack at wrong woman

Crime

Motorcyclist fighting for life after Lothian crash

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Cycling to school is is on the increase but fewer pupils are walking. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Walking to school at its lowest for at least eight years

Transport 3
Norwegian will start flights from Edinburgh to a range of US destinations in June.

Edinburgh-US flights go on sale for less than £100

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Virgin Trains East Coast services are among those affected.

Trains halted after east coast main line power lines damaged

Transport 6

Manchester attack: Armed police to patrol Scottish Cup final

Transport 5
Police have launched a public appeal after a drone was involved in a near miss with a commercial jet at Edinburgh Airport.

Drone comes within 30m of plane landing at Edinburgh Airport

Crime

Capital business owners react to Low Emission Zone plans

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Taxi driver’s snaps become centre of new exhibition

News 1

Revealed: Edinburgh blackspots for cycling accidents

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Cycling to school is is on the increase but fewer pupils are walking. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Walking to school at its lowest for at least eight years

Transport 3
Parents and PTA members have came together to raise money for iPads which have been stolen from Canal View Primary School. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Anger after ‘callous’ thieves steal 60 primary school iPads

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St Mary's Primary School on East London Street. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Edinburgh school evacuated after plaster falls from ceiling

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Keane Wallis-Bennett

Keane Wallis Bennett’s family to get Legal Aid, court told

Education

Andrew Hall: Digital delivers in our classrooms

Opinion 1

Edinburgh college students told to attend class despite strike

Edinburgh 2

Nicola Sturgeon says changes must be made to improve education

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Head quitting after 33 years hits out at education cuts

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An international medics panel has released new evidence which suggests that cheese might be better for you than previously thought. Picture: Shutterstock

Eating cheese is better for you than previously thought, says medics panel

Edinburgh
Gareth was speaking as The Mental Welfare Commission launched a new guide. Picture: Jon Savage

Being in the Royal Edinburgh Hospital ‘scarier than illness’

Health
The researchers found that even drinking decaf coffee seemed to have a protective effect. Picture: Getty Images

Drinking more coffee could reduce risk of liver cancer

Health 1
The new Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity logo

Roslyn Neely: Why we took the ‘sick’ out of Sick Kids

Opinion 2
The Marchmont and Sciennes Development Trust must now submit two revised bids for the Sick Kids site.

Community bid for Edinburgh Sick Kids hospital at risk

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A report has warned just half a class of wine a day raises the risk of breat cancer.

Half a glass of wine a day ‘raises breast cancer risk’

Health 1
The Care Inspectorate raised a raft of concerns with Edinburgh's offering.

Care in crisis: Concerns raised over care home standards

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Billy Watson: Our kids can’t wait any longer to get the help they need

Opinion 2

10,000 defibrillators ‘won’t work in emergency’

Health

Standardised packaging to be brought in for cigarettes

Edinburgh
Homeless people begging in Edinburgh. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Ewan Aitken: Tiny steps make journey for homeless a success

Opinion 2
Manager Gill McArthur has called time on Studio 24. Picture: Danny Lawson

Kevin Buckle: We must take a cold, hard look at decline

Opinion 1
A Mother's Day cake decoration to treasure. Picture: Karolina at Anilorak Photography

JoJo Fraser: Make time for cake in your life

Opinion
Theresa May has performed an embarrassing volte-face over the 'dementia tax'. Picture: Getty

Ian Swanson: Weak and wobbly May shows she is for turning

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Roslyn Neely: Why we took the ‘sick’ out of Sick Kids

Opinion 2

Gerry Farrell: America’s great but be grateful for the NHS

Opinion 2

Comment: Party politics not serving Edinburgh well

Opinion 2

Kezia Dugdale: A vote for the Tories will hand power back to SNP

Opinion 8
Labour celebrate results in West lothian Council elections.

Labour to run West Lothian Council as minority administration

Politics
Edinburgh's Tory leader Iain Whyte

Labour accused of ‘holding the Capital to ransom’

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Tennent's has enlisted Barack No-Bama, one of the UK's top Obama impersonators, to help launch their new campaign. Picture: Tennent's

Tennent’s take over Edinburgh ahead of Barack Obama visit

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Marksmen will be posted on to the roof of the EICC tomorrow for the visit of former president Obama. Picture: PA

Marksmen to be positioned on EICC roof for Obama visit

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Cammy Day says he is asking the SNP and Tories to back the motion too. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Labour to block SNP taking control in Edinburgh

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Scottish Labour are expected to post a better result than they did in 2015. Picture: TSPL

Constituency profile: Edinburgh North & Leith

Politics 5

Sturgeon: ‘no troops on the streets’ after terror attack

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Will tactical votes help Labour win in Edinburgh South?

Politics 8

Ian Swanson: Weak and wobbly May shows she is for turning

Politics 6

RBS court case adjourned to allow settlement talks

News
Mary Queen of Scots and her ladies in waiting.

Review: Glory On Earth - Light and poetic history play is atmospheric treat

Entertainment
Adam, the story of an Egypt-born "boy trapped in a girl's body," will be part of the Made in Scotland showcase at the Fringe.

Line-up revealed for Scottish showcase at Edinburgh Fringe

Festivals
Sara Stewart back home in Edinburgh at the King's Theatre. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Meet Edinburgh actress Sara Stewart, Batman’s mum

Entertainment
Rob Bewick and partner Laura France plan to open an ice cream parlour in Stockbridge. Picture: Neil Hanna

Bagels and ice cream on the menu at new Stockbridge parlour

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Standard Life boss confident of AAM merger approval

Business
Customers are advised to stop using the products and return them to the store for a full refund. Picture: Contributed.

Tesco issue urgent recall for lipstick and lollipop pens

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