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‘World falls apart’ for father of missing teen Libbi Toledo

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Lothian Buses doors open day

10 things you shouldn’t miss at Edinburgh Doors Open Day 2017

Entertainment
Alex Forbes was murdered by Hynd at his home in Kirkcaldy.

Sci fi fan guilty of murdering Edinburgh man with ‘fantasy sword’

Crime
Two of attacks took place on Hawkhill Avenue with another on North Junction Street. Picture; Google Maps

Woman stabbed with a hypodermic needle in series of attacks

Edinburgh

Major Edinburgh road to close for six months without warning

Transport

Teacher found dead days after sentenced for lewd remarks to students

Edinburgh

Edinburgh scientist tells of life on a simulated Mars base

Edinburgh

Edinburgh man told he’d ‘never walk again’ defies odds in climbing competition

Health
Millers64 in Pilrig Street has been described as 'perfect in every way'.

Edinburgh B&B is named the best in the UK

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Ian Murray: SNP refuse to use resources where they’re needed most

Mathew Noir is a big Hibs fan and the club helped his plea to buy a specialist wheelchair by sharing his JustGiving page

Disabled Mathew is a wheel go-getter

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Millers64 in Pilrig Street has been described as 'perfect in every way'.

Edinburgh B&B is named the best in the UK

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The Johnston Carmicheal teams efforts on the Kiltwalk have helped charities for children

Accountants take steps for charities

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Liam and his mother Caroline love visiting The Yard

Charity that goes extra Yard for kids

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Sheila Sinclair has died at the age of 79

Sheila was always on the right track

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Nan and Joe Reilly are celebrating 70 years of marriage

Edinburgh couple mark 70 years together

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Emma Hudson-Brookfield has been swimming since the age of four and has set her sights on becoming a world record holder to raise money for Edinburgh Childrens Hospital Charity

Ten-year-old Edinburgh girl aims to break Firth of Forth swimming record

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Teachers back new recruitment drive

News

Demarco takes seat at Furniture Guild

News

Maths prodigy gets a first degree aged just 13

News

Lothian Bus driver named one of best in Britain

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Libbi Toledo was last seen in the Smeaton area of Kirkcaldy on 11 September.

‘World falls apart’ for father of missing teen Libbi Toledo

News
Marta Bugalska (left) was attacked by Ashley Katsande, right.

Model tells of being left scarred after glassing in Edinburgh club

Crime
Alex Forbes was murdered by Hynd at his home in Kirkcaldy.

Sci fi fan guilty of murdering Edinburgh man with ‘fantasy sword’

Crime
Police confirmed that John Paterson has been traced

Missing man John Paterson found in Weymouth

Edinburgh

Woman stabbed with a hypodermic needle in series of attacks

Edinburgh

Policeman accused of pub sexual assault on barmaid

News

Soldier who claimed he mistook schoolgirl for wife guilty of sex attack

Our Region

Police officer accused of Edinburgh pub sex attack

Crime
Queensferry Action Group protests about how busy the road has become since the opening of the new bridge. Picture: Alistair Linford

Petition launched over Queensferry Crossing link road safety concerns

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Tram auditors were not told about the delays.

Tram auditors not told of project delays, inquiry hears

Transport 5
Saughton Road North is to close for six months.

Major Edinburgh road to close for six months without warning

Transport 13
The investment in cycling has left many on different sides of the fence.

Letters: Readers debate the new £12m cycle investment in Edinburgh

Edinburgh 5

Council agrees business case for extending Edinburgh tram to Leith

Transport 17

ScotRail reports best train performance in two years

Transport

Ryanair passengers who re-booked flights pay again for extras

Transport

Tram boss ‘walked out of meeting with council’ over contract termination plans

Edinburgh 6

Edinburgh trams inquiry: Councillors not told of price rise

Transport 8
The incident happened on Wednesday at a classroom in Broughton Primary.

Classroom at Broughton Primary closes after ceiling collapses

Edinburgh
MSPs are considering fresh legislation that seeks to address issues raised in a Supreme Court legal ruling on the Named Persons policy. Picture: TSPL

Scots teachers could face court under new Named Person plan

Education
Boroughmuir High School. Picture: Jon Savage

Parents paying £122k more for house in Boroughmuir catchment area

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Liam and his mother Caroline love visiting The Yard

Charity that goes extra Yard for kids

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Brian Monteith: As long as the Blob rules, schools will keep failing

Opinion

Boy in court over West Lothian school knife slashing

Crime

Fettes pupil expelled after taking ecstasy

News

Edinburgh Council may ‘make changes to school catchment areas’

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Paraclimber Keith Lynch half way up a climbing wall. Picture: contributed

Edinburgh man told he’d ‘never walk again’ defies odds in climbing competition

Health
Ambulance took 1 hour 42 minutes to arrive.

Patient waits one hour 42 minutes for an ambulance

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Fergus Hamilton

Cat had 15cm grass blade up his nose

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Team Jak launches its crowdfunding campaign on Jak's 18th birthday. Picture: contributed

Second retreat will honour Jak’s memory

Health
Founder Elaine Wyllie, Chief Medical Officer Dr Catherine Calderwood, ScottishPowers Keith Anderson, Health Minister Aileen Campbell, Aiden Cassidy, Rachel Short and Saul Dougherty launch the Daily Mile intiative. Picture: John Devlin

Scotland aims to become first Daily Mile nation

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Anna Burnett who had  a liver transplant aged 10 has died aged 32. Anna was a transplant athlete and art teacher.

Tributes paid to ‘remarkable’ transplant patient Anna Burnett

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Hugo was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia aged just two

Stacy Rowan: Help us to help more children like Hugo

Opinion

Labour peer Tessa Jowell diagnosed with brain cancer

News 1

Labour’s Neil Findlay tells of wife’s battle with breast cancer

Politics

Occupational therapist will ‘grasp life opportunities’ after cancer

Our Region

How a routine eye check saved an Edinburgh teenager’s life

Edinburgh 1

Fiona Duff: Websites are no laughing matter

Opinion
Many people enjoyed the Fringe and the Free Fringe this year.

Comment: Why Edinburgh has to support its arts

Opinion
Up to one million Rubiks Cubes are faked every year

Hayley Matthews: I’m genuinely worried about buying fake toys

Opinion
Bake off presenters Paul Hollywood, Sandi Toksvig, Noel Fielding and Prue Leith.

Susan Morrison: I will never rise to the occasion during Bake Off

Opinion

John McLellan: A ra-ra read, but the UK is still our best customer

Opinion

Comment: Ambulance service is feeling the strain too

Opinion

Ian Murray: SNP refuse to use resources where they’re needed most

Opinion 3
Kathleen Leslie, a Tory councillor from Fife has been struck off. Picture: Fife Today

Tory councillor struck off teaching list for ‘drooling hag’ tweet to Sturgeon

Politics 1
Royal Hospital for Sick Kids was sold to property developers. Picture: Scott Louden

Questions raised after Sick Kids sell-off gazumps community bid

Politics 2
The party flats in Edinburgh are being probed. Picture; Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh party flats to be probed by BBC Panorama

Politics 5
Ian Murray is the Labour MP for Edinburgh South. Picture: Scott Taylor

Ian Murray: SNP refuse to use resources where they’re needed most

Opinion 3
Glasgow-born Sir John A Macdonald,  former Prime Minister of Canada. PIC: Creative Commons.

Why does Canada want to remove symbols of its Scottish settler past?

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Surveys in literacy and numeracy reveal a decline in standards in our schools. Picture: John Devlin

Brian Monteith: As long as the Blob rules, schools will keep failing

Opinion
An artist's impression of the proposed canalside homes at Fountainbridge. Picture: contributed

Roof-top gardens top plans for new Fountainbridge flats

Business 4

Scottish Greens call for levy on ‘vacant’ Scottish land

News 1

JK Rowling compares Brexit ‘media bias’ claims to Yes campaign

News

Ash Denham: No more going round the houses

Opinion

Ian Swanson: Is a Labour-SNP coalition really so unthinkable?

Opinion
Lothian Buses doors open day

10 things you shouldn’t miss at Edinburgh Doors Open Day 2017

Entertainment 1

The Highland castle of three murders that disappeared

News
A "leerie" at work in Park Circus, Glasgow, in 1955. � CSG CIC Glasgow Museums Collection.

When Glasgow’s gas lamps went out for the last time

News
Queensferry Action Group protests about how busy the road has become since the opening of the new bridge. Picture: Alistair Linford

Petition launched over Queensferry Crossing link road safety concerns

News 5
Edinburgh leads the way in property sales.

Edinburgh leads the way in £1 million property sales

Business 2
Scotrail have recorded their best performance in 2 years.

ScotRail reports best train performance in two years

Transport