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Hibs 2 - 3 Aberdeen: Lennon’s men exit cup with heads held high

Hibs
Protesters in Ottawa, Canada on one of the global Marches for Science. Picture: AP

Thousands take to Edinburgh streets on March for Science

News
Michelle Thomson will stand down as an MP at the next election. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor / J P Licence

Michelle Thomson to step down as MP after SNP ruling

Edinburgh
Nelson Anthony, left, and Campbell Keating were able to help the drivers involved in the collision thanks to having first aid training. Picture: Ian Rutherford

James Gillespie’s schoolboys praised for crash scene bravery

News

Horseracing pros jump into Musselburgh Racecourse row

Musselburgh

Bogus workman jailed for defrauding elderly homeowners

Edinburgh

Petition to save Inverleith GP surgery launched

News

Captain David Seath’s brother reflects on year since his London Marathon death

News
Victim: Carlo Volante was stabbed multiple times

Life sentence for Bonnyrigg man who slit victim’s throat

Edinburgh

Brian Monteith: Time for Nicola to wind in her brass neck

Hearts owner Ann Budge auctions stay on her yacht to fund Tynecastle redevelopment

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Margot Forrest competes in London on Sunday

Margot has got her diabetes on the run

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Jack Dunn, 6, is a primary two pupil at Edinburgh Academy. Picture: contributed

Jack ,6, is youngest player to get hole-in-one at Bruntsfield

Bruntsfield 2
The stars of this year's Easter Passion Play at Princes Street Gardens include window cleaning brothers Kevin, left, and Sean Edie. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

GP and window cleaners take starring roles in Passion Play

Entertainment
Aylee and Rianna feature in new NHS advert

Aylee’s keeping us in the best of health

News

Campaign launched to salute Edinburgh’s greatest women

Edinburgh 14
Sir Arnold Clark receiving his knighthood at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Picture: TSPL

Sir Arnold Clark, billionaire car tycoon, dies aged 89

News 15

World authority on pollution retires

News 1

One For Arthur owner ‘can’t believe’ he won Grand National

Our Region

Deaf-blind man is hauled off Easyjet flight over ‘safety fears’

News 18

Pupils shown the art of career choice

News 1
Edinburgh Sheriff Court.

Bogus workman jailed for defrauding elderly homeowners

Edinburgh 10
Victim: Carlo Volante was stabbed multiple times

Life sentence for Bonnyrigg man who slit victim’s throat

Edinburgh
Three men have been sentenced following the incident.

Three men sentenced following assault and store robbery

Edinburgh
Police are investigating a spate of incidents.

Bogus workman warning issued in Musselburgh

Edinburgh

Drug-drive limits and new tests to be introduced in Scotland

Transport 59

Police issue travel and safety advice ahead of Hibs semi-final

Edinburgh 4

Murder accused soldier gives evidence

Crime

Man murdered flatmate’s boyfriend after row

Crime
Drug-driving limits were introduced in England in 2015. Picture: John Giles

Drug-drive limits and new tests to be introduced in Scotland

Transport 59

Evening News joins launch of new fire engines in Edinburgh

Edinburgh
The reusable mug had not been risk assessed.

Train passenger’s reusable mug refused over ‘risk assessment’

Edinburgh 12
Budget airline Norwegian could help further cut average fares to New York with the launch of flights from Edinburgh in June.

Scots fliers have enjoyed 13% air fares cut in the last year

Transport 8
Dalmeny Station has been renamed for one day only. Picture; Jane Barlow.

Dalmeny Station renamed for World Heritage Day

Edinburgh 4
A Virgin Trains East Coast train. Picture: Chris Watt

Virgin Trains will run full east coast service despite RMT strike

Transport 3

Biker killed in fatal crash named

Edinburgh

Zero tolerance demand by Tories over drug-driving

News 4
Heriot Watt has signed a multi-million poud deal with oil giant Total (PIC: ROB MCDOUGALL)

Heriot-Watt signs £2.5m research deal with oil giant Total

Edinburgh 1
Miss McGregor with her P3 class

Primary pupils set boat alight in tribute to Viking festival

Edinburgh
Malala Yousafzai (centre) with Kainat Riaz (left) and Shazia Ramzan, pictured in 2013. Picture: Jane Barlow

Malala Yousafzai friends set to attend Edinburgh University

Edinburgh 6
Cabinet secretary Fiona Hyslop tries out a virtual reality helmet along with Ben Burnet (10) during a visit to the 2017 Edinburgh International Science Festival. Picture: Greg Macvean/JP Resell

Edinburgh science festival looks forward to 30th birthday

News 3

Vandals cause £18,000 of damage to two primary schools

Education

Checks at 70 schools after city crisis uncover similar defects

Education 4

Keane Wallis-Bennett’s family ‘don’t need to be represented at FAI’ court hears

Edinburgh

Investigation finds defects in over 70 schools across Scotland

Edinburgh 10
Inverleith Medical Centre, Inverleith Row.

 Picture:
 Neil Hanna

Petition to save Inverleith GP surgery launched

News
Liberton Hospital is being wound down. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Liberton Hospital reduces available beds to the elderly

Health 13
Conservatives say Scotland is lagging behind the rest of the UK.

Zero tolerance demand by Tories over drug-driving

News 4
The Royal Hospital for Sick Children main entrance, Sciennes Road. Picture: TSPL

Cash from Sick Kids sale will go to government - not NHS

Health 5
Fiona Hardie 
celebrates raising �1million in the Buy-A-Brick campaign. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Delight as Maggie’s appeal smashes £1m mark

Edinburgh 3
Richard Wilson OBE was due to perform at the Edinburgh Festival last year but fell ill. Picture; Phil Wilkinson

Richard Wilson wants to trace doctor ‘who saved his life’

Edinburgh

Care homes facing staffing crisis amid recruitment woe

Politics 3

Six-year-old girl on road to recovery after suffering stroke

Health

Leader: A reminder of our great NHS

News

Patient nominates doctor for Hero Award for 8 years of care

Health
An artist's impression of the possible regeneration of Granton Harbour. Picture: contributed

Comment: Is marina plan a new dawn for Granton?

Opinion 5
Straw shopping bags are THE thing to have on your arm this summer

Fiona Duff: Proud to be a woman of straw

Opinion
The Science Festival is great at providing hands-on fun for little ones. Picture: Allan MacDonald/Edinburgh International Science Festival

Hayley Matthews: I’ve gone from ninja mum to worst mum in the world

Opinion 1
Theresa May deserves a mandate to get her job done. Picture: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

Brian Monteith: Time for Nicola to wind in her brass neck

Opinion 17

Lewis Hou: Join us on march to show that science won’t be silenced

Opinion 2

Ian Swanson: May’s quest for mandate is not so straightforward

Opinion 11
Protesters in Ottawa, Canada on one of the global Marches for Science. Picture: AP

Thousands take to Edinburgh streets on March for Science

News 7

Ruth Davidson puts indyref2 opposition at heart of campaign

Politics 215
Christine Jardine is likely to be selected to run for the Lib Dems in Edinburgh West.

Christine Jardine favourite to fight for Edinburgh West seat

Politics 21
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon during the launch of the party's local government election manifesto in Edinburgh. Picture; PA

Nicola Sturgeon launches SNP manifesto for council election

Edinburgh 16
Cllr Andrew Burns expects the deal to go through this summer. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh’s City Deal set for summer signing

Politics 8

Musselburgh Racecourse boss hits back at East Lothian Council

Our Region 6

Brian Monteith: Time for Nicola to wind in her brass neck

Opinion 17

Liberton Hospital reduces available beds to the elderly

Health 13
The miniature of Bonnie Prince Charlie presented to Ensign William Home. PIC: National Trust for Scotland, Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre.

Bonnie Prince Charlie’s gifts to a 14-year-old soldier

News 3
Cllr Andrew Burns expects the deal to go through this summer. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh’s City Deal set for summer signing

Politics 8
An artist's impression of the possible regeneration of Granton Harbour. Picture: contributed

Work could begin on Granton marina by end of the year

Granton 18
The bank has invested in numerours green initiatives (Pic Ian Rutherford
Blacklaw)

Jobs pledge as £2.3bn sell-off of Edinburgh bank confirmed

Business 8