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Probe launched after body found in airport hotel pool

Portobello
Fred Goodwin oversaw a rights issue in April 2008 when RBS asked shareholders to pump �12 bn into the bank. Picture: PA

RBS shareholders urged to settle share sale legal dispute

Business

Theresa May ‘not prepared’ to sign bad Brexit deal

Politics
High Court in Edinburgh

Man tried to murder uncle after argument over dog

Crime

Man injured in West Lothian hit and run

Edinburgh

Theresa May: Labour-SNP deal would see ‘government in chaos’

Politics

Man charged with Wester Hailes murder

Edinburgh

‘Increasing concern’ for missing man Max Aitken

Edinburgh
Shirley Leslie's mother - Isabelle - was in Gylemuir House care home - until her death last December. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Daughter’s anguish at ‘undignified’ care home treatment

Edinburgh

Helen Martin: Prisoners must not get special treatment

Helen Martin
Richard Mayne hopes his trek will raise �2000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust

Hotel manager’s great charity hike

News
Fiona with her daughter Rosa ahead of tomorrows marathon. Picture: Contributed

Mum who nearly died in labour to run marathon

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

Big Hearts targets awards night glory

News
Edinburgh scientist Dr Tijana Mitic

Beat goes on for city scientist Tijana

News
Alan Dickso is head chef at No 10 Restaurant

Capital chef Alan has the recipe for success

News

Hibs legend Eric loses cancer battle

News 1
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

News 1

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

News

Mark takes over as Royal Blind chief

News

News columnist Sandy Strang dies

News

Last run for Edinburgh marathon man Stuart Christie

News
High Court in Edinburgh

Man tried to murder uncle after argument over dog

Crime
The attack happened at around 1.30am on Sunday.

Man treated in hospital after ‘vicious’ assault in Whitburn

Our Region
Fears are growing that many of the fundraising pages set up in the wake of the Manchester bombing are not genuine.

Thousands feared to have donated to fake Gofundme pages for Manchester victims

News
Eva MacFarlane  (13) after completing the 5k at The Edinburgh Marathon Festival. Picture:TSPL

Brave teen caught up in Manchester attack raises money for cancer

Crime

Man injured in West Lothian hit and run

Edinburgh

Wester Hailes residents left ‘terrified’ after flat death

Crime

Police investigate suspicious death in Wester Hailes

Edinburgh

Police investigate frightening robbery at Edinburgh shop

Edinburgh 1
Police are appealing for information.

Man injured in West Lothian hit and run

Edinburgh

British Airways grounds flights amid ‘major IT failure’

News 12
A petition has been launched to allow bus drivers to remove their ties. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Petition launched to allow bus drivers to remove their ties

Edinburgh 9
Barack Obama is to deliver a speech in Edinburgh. Picture; Getty

Barack Obama touches down at Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh 4
Lothian Buses drivers have been told to keep their ties on. File photo.

Bus drivers ‘have to wait for permission’ to remove ties in hot weather

Transport 49

Motorcyclist fighting for life after Lothian crash

News 2
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 9

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

Edinburgh 7

Trains halted after east coast main line power lines damaged

Transport 7

Manchester attack: Armed police to patrol Scottish Cup final

Transport 7

Drone comes within 30m of plane landing at Edinburgh Airport

Crime
Parents are being warned about the new game which is being encouraged through social media.

Dangerous craze fuelled by social media sweeping UK schools

Edinburgh 8
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 9
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

Edinburgh 10
St Mary's Primary School on East London Street. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Edinburgh school evacuated after plaster falls from ceiling

Edinburgh 7

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

Education 21
The Scottish Government's baby box. Picture: Scottish Government /PA Wire

Registration for Scotland’s baby box will open in June

Health 26
A baby is spoon fed by her mum. Pic Andrew Stuart.

Spoon feeding babies ‘doubles their risk of obesity’

Health 2
Shirley Leslie's mother - Isabelle - was in Gylemuir House care home - until her death last December. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Daughter’s anguish at ‘undignified’ care home treatment

Edinburgh 15
Callum Hunter helps Cammy Lamont try out the calming chair he designed for children with autism.

Student invents rocking chair that soothes autistic children

Health
Edinburgh faces a tough time amid healthcare crisis.

Care in Crisis: Summit aims to tackle Capital’s healthcare crisis

News 1
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

Drinking more coffee could reduce risk of liver cancer

Health 1

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

Opinion 2

Community bid for Edinburgh Sick Kids hospital at risk

Health 9

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

Health 1
Your vote belongs to you and to no-one else so you get to decide what influences your choice. Picture: PA

Deidre Brock: You decide what this election’s about

Opinion
Fraudsters often prey on the elderly in our society in the guise of pushing their services. Picture: John Devlin (posed by model)

Helen Martin: Scammers are the scum of the earth

Opinion 1
Protesters ready to make their point to councillors. Picture: Greg Macvean

Alex Staniforth: How we deal with Edinburgh’s housing crisis will be our litmus test

Opinion 1

Music matters on our minds

Opinion

Hayley Matthews: Finger of blame must not follow the hand of horror

Opinion 3

Brian Monteith: Muslims must expose jihadis in their midst

Opinion 8

Ewan Aitken: Tiny steps make journey for homeless a success

Opinion 2

Theresa May ‘not prepared’ to sign bad Brexit deal

Politics 26

Ian Murray: Scottish politics corroded by Nationalism

Politics 51
The Scottish Government's baby box. Picture: Scottish Government /PA Wire

Registration for Scotland’s baby box will open in June

Health 26

Theresa May: Labour-SNP deal would see ‘government in chaos’

Politics 119
Your vote belongs to you and to no-one else so you get to decide what influences your choice. Picture: PA

Deidre Brock: You decide what this election’s about

Opinion
Protesters ready to make their point to councillors. Picture: Greg Macvean

Alex Staniforth: How we deal with Edinburgh’s housing crisis will be our litmus test

Opinion 1

Sturgeon to seek ‘progressive alliance’ in event of hung parliament

News 217

Video: Sky News presenter makes embarrassing gaffe live on TV

News 17

Election 2017: Indy surge turns Labour’s safest seat into SNP stronghold

Politics 3

Benefit caps: Protests get evicted family a temporary home

Politics 26
John F Kennedy made his first offical appearance as a representative of the United States in Glasgow in September 1939 aged just 22. PIC: Getty.

How JFK’s road to The White House started in Glasgow

News 2
Tom Forsyth has stayed on a croft on the remote settlement of Scoraig in Wester Ross since 1964. He is pictured here in 2010. PIC: TSPL/Ian Rutherford

5 alternative communities of Scotland

News
Fred Goodwin oversaw a rights issue in April 2008 when RBS asked shareholders to pump �12 bn into the bank. Picture: PA

RBS shareholders urged to settle share sale legal dispute

Business 4
A Waitrose store in your neighbourhood may add value to your house. Picture: TSPL

‘Waitrose effect’ boosts value of Scottish homes by £36,000

Business 4
Aldi have recalled a beer due to allergy fears. Picture; stock image

Aldi recalls beer due to allergy fears

Edinburgh