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I’m A Celebrity star Kezia Dugdale avoids Labour suspension

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The price of city centre parking permits is set to increase

Edinburgh residents face £65 hike for parking permits

Transport
Burnshot Bridge is to be destroyed

Weekend delays expected on A90 ahead of bridge demolition

Edinburgh
Untreated, snow covered road along Wardlaw Place, Edinburgh.  Picture by JANE BARLOW

Odds cut on White Christmas as Edinburgh could be set for snow

Edinburgh

Edinburgh man jailed for trying to cheat charity out of legacy funding

Edinburgh

‘Who is Kezia Dugdale?’: English media reacts to I’m A Celeb appearance

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Kevin Bridges tour to include 4 Edinburgh dates

Edinburgh

Tram Inquiry: Princes Street row was used to ‘bring city to its knees’

Edinburgh

Heavy snow and 75mph winds forecast for Scotland

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Kevin Buckle: Edinburgh’s Old Town and New Town should work together

Kevin Buckle
Donald Thomson is in the running for a national award

Donald is tuned in for musical success

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Catriona Morison

Real Lives: Something to sing about for Catriona

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Andrew Lennie, winner of Talisker's Race to Skye competition

Andrew mixes up a dram fine cocktail

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15-year-old Ian Ford has become the first male world TaeKwon-Do champion in 20 years. Pictured with coach Robin Blair. Picture: contributed

West Lothian teen crowned TaeKwon-Do world champion

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Dalkeith Country Park Commercial Director Remko Plooij

Dalkeith Park goes Dutch with Remko

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Josh White was last seen at Forth Valley Hospital

Police appeal to trace missing Josh White, 18

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Firm fined after worker fell to death at Fort Kinnaird

Edinburgh

Roger’s antiques book is a treasure

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Holly’s determined to help diabetic kids

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Paul Coppola was jailed at Edinburgh Sheriff Court

Edinburgh man jailed for trying to cheat charity out of legacy funding

Edinburgh

‘Freak accident’ may have killed Queensferry Crossing worker

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Police are keen to trace Michelle Payne

Woman reported missing in Edinburgh found

Edinburgh
British Transport Police arrested a man at Waverley station

Man arrested at Edinburgh Waverley station with £80k of drugs

Edinburgh

Family of Shaun Woodburn ‘hopeful’ in campaign for justice

Edinburgh

Steve Cardownie: Suicide over a ‘murder’ that looks like mercy

Opinion

Police appeal for witnesses after Drylaw car thefts

Edinburgh

Skyscanner worker lured underage girls into sick internet chats

Crime

Tram Inquiry: Princes Street row was used to ‘bring city to its knees’

Edinburgh 6
Burnshot Bridge is to be destroyed

Weekend delays expected on A90 ahead of bridge demolition

Edinburgh 1
The price of city centre parking permits is set to increase

Edinburgh residents face £65 hike for parking permits

Transport 12
The 24-30 rail card is going to be rolled out tomorrow in the Budget

New discounted rail card for 26-30-year-olds to be unveiled

Edinburgh
Police have been called to a crash on the M8

Update: Lane re-opened after M8 four-car crash

Edinburgh
It has been a difficult year for the aviation industry. Picture; PA

Easyjet profits fall due to weak pound

Edinburgh
Should Edinburgh follow London's lead.

Should Edinburgh follow London’s lead and introduce an emission charge?

Transport 16

Buses delayed in Stockbridge due to cable repairs

Edinburgh

Chas Booth: Transport revolution is about more than electric cars

Opinion 1

Scotland’s weather: First winter snowfall to hit Edinburgh and Glasgow

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Parents have been sucked in to the need for children to be technologically adept. Picture: Getty

Helen Martin: Computer-obsessed kids can’t grip pencil

Opinion 2
Sharing is an important message to impress on children

Hayley Matthews: I’m asking my son, what would Saint Andrew do?

Opinion 1
The headmaster of a prestigious Edinburgh private school last night reacted angrily to claims that pupils welfare was at risk

George Watson’s headmaster in staunch defence on alleged bullying

Education
A pupil at George Watson's College has been left with "life-long injuries" due to bullying, Green MSP Andy Wightman has claimed.

George Watson’s College fails to safeguard pupils against rife bullying

Edinburgh

Teenage pupil from Fettes expelled for ‘liaison’ on foreign trip

Education 3

Steve Cardownie: Maths can be fun – for my son

Opinion

£2m line-up of events for Scotland's Year of Young People

Entertainment

Helen Martin: Named person scheme U-turn would be sign of integrity, Mr Swinney

Opinion 2
The Royal College of GPs estimates well be short of more than 850 family doctors within a few years

Miles Briggs: A winter SOS for the NHS gatekeepers

Opinion
Cannabis. Picture: PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images

What you can do if you think your neighbours are smoking cannabis

Crime 10
Fiona Gould, with Archie, husband Stevie and daughter Alba

Parents of baby born without eyes speak out on rare condition

Edinburgh
Ricky Henderson. Picture: Alistair Linford

Edinburgh ‘being failed by contractors’ admits councillor who oversees care

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Parents have been sucked in to the need for children to be technologically adept. Picture: Getty

Helen Martin: Computer-obsessed kids can’t grip pencil

Opinion 2
St John's Hospital, Livingston , Pic Lisa Ferguson

Hospital to be investigated after A&E waiting times ‘under-reported’

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Three-year-old Daniel Cornett, with his parents, is presented with the Cash for Kids Award. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Brave toddler raises spirits as Radio Forth honours local heroes

Rugby union

Ian Murray: Cancer treatment for Scots boy in Mexico shows value of global collaboration

Opinion

They’re ‘destroying Scotland’; Readers react to minimum alcohol price

Business 18

Minimum alcohol pricing plans given green light after court battle

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Court set to rule on Scottish alcohol minimum pricing challenge

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A parking warden patrols on George Street

Leader comment: Parking permit price rises stick in the craw

Opinion
Five-a-side football pitches at the Pitz, Portobello. Picture: Alistair Linford

Ash Denham: Pitz plan is an affront to Portobello residents

Opinion
The Royal College of GPs estimates well be short of more than 850 family doctors within a few years

Miles Briggs: A winter SOS for the NHS gatekeepers

Opinion
Sheepdogs are famed for their intelligence. (Picture: Getty Images)

Steve Cardownie: Dogs aren’t as clever as they think

Opinion 1

Steve Cardownie: Suicide over a ‘murder’ that looks like mercy

Opinion

Steve Cardownie: Christmas festivities beat Hearts for spectacle

Opinion

Ian Swanson: It’s a jungle out there for new ‘branch office’ boss Leonard

Opinion 1

Gordon Munro: Blame Holyrood, not Westminster, for budget woes

Opinion 1
Kezia Dugdale Down Under.  Photo by James Gourley/REX/Shutterstock

I’m A Celebrity star Kezia Dugdale avoids Labour suspension

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Five-a-side football pitches at the Pitz, Portobello. Picture: Alistair Linford

Ash Denham: Pitz plan is an affront to Portobello residents

Opinion
The Royal College of GPs estimates well be short of more than 850 family doctors within a few years

Miles Briggs: A winter SOS for the NHS gatekeepers

Opinion
The 24-30 rail card is going to be rolled out tomorrow in the Budget

New discounted rail card for 26-30-year-olds to be unveiled

Edinburgh
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdales decision to take part in Im A Celebrity&Get Me Out Of Here has provoked harsh words across the political divide. Picture: Neil Hanna

Nicola Sturgeon: I don’t know what Kezia Dugdale’s motives are

Politics 4

Police fears means Princes Street McDonald’s loses 24 hour licence

Edinburgh 2
Kezia Dugdale former leader of Scottish Labour

Kezia Dugdale set to keep ‘a portion’ of I’m A Celebrity fee

Politics

Ian Swanson: It’s a jungle out there for new ‘branch office’ boss Leonard

Opinion 1

Safety fears as report reveals it takes 4 weeks to repair faulty street lights

Edinburgh 7

Edinburgh ‘being failed by contractors’ admits councillor who oversees care

News 6

Gordon Munro: Blame Holyrood, not Westminster, for budget woes

Opinion 1
Curator Adrienne Hynes with part of Bonnie Prince Charlie's travelling canteen, one of the star objects in the exhibition.

National Museum breaks two million visitor barrier for the first time

Entertainment
There are hopes to repopulate Ulva which once had a population of 600 but is now home to just six people. PIC: Contributed.

Ulva island buyout wins support in Australia

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Curator Adrienne Hynes with part of Bonnie Prince Charlie's travelling canteen, one of the star objects in the exhibition.

National Museum breaks two million visitor barrier for the first time

Entertainment

Tram Inquiry: Princes Street row was used to ‘bring city to its knees’

Edinburgh 6

Is this Edinburgh rental property the perfect New Year let?

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