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Edinburgh gives Barack Obama a warm welcome

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The weather in Edinburgh (pictured) and across Scotland is set to turn. Picture: JP

Scotland weather: Thunderstorms set to disrupt sunny spell

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North Berwick has topped the list of Scotlands most expensive seaside towns.

North Berwick tops list of Scotland’s most expensive seaside towns

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Residents are angy at overflowing bins around the Capital. Picture: Jon Savage/TSPL

Bin Watch: Edinburgh residents’ anger over at overflowing bins

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The man who took a chance on Danny Swanson when no-one else would

Hibs

Manchester attack: Parents of Eilidh MacLeod issue heartfelt message

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Labour denies minority deal with Tories in West Lothian

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Crime rate in Edinburgh drops 6.5% in last year

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Conservative party leader Theresa May and Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson during the Scottish Conservatives manifesto launch. Pic: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Poll showing Theresa May’s lead slipping will ‘focus minds’

Politics

Helen Martin: Prisoners must not get special treatment

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

Mum who nearly died in labour to run marathon

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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 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

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Crime in the city was down by over 6%. Picture: John Devlin

Crime rate in Edinburgh drops 6.5% in last year

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The woman was raped in Greyfriar's Kirkyard. Picture: Jon Savage

Man convicted 7 years after rape in Greyfriars Churchyard

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The Independance Campers case will not be heard at the Supreme Court. Picture; Toby Williams

Supreme Court refuses to hear Indy campers appeal

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A man has been arrested in connection with the incident.

Man arrested over Gorebridge fire

Edinburgh

Police keen to trace 6 following Bonyrigg assault

Edinburgh

Former TV weatherman Fred Talbot found guilty of sex offences

Crime

Family of gran scalded to death in Edinburgh hotel compensated

Edinburgh

Man charged after £1.1k heroin haul in Livingston

Edinburgh

British Airways grounds flights amid ‘major IT failure’

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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

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

Barack Obama touches down at Edinburgh Airport

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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

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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

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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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Trains halted after east coast main line power lines damaged

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Manchester attack: Armed police to patrol Scottish Cup final

Transport 6

Drone comes within 30m of plane landing at Edinburgh Airport

Crime
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

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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

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Edinburgh college students told to attend class despite strike

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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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Edinburgh faces a tough time amid healthcare crisis.

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

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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

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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

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The new Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity logo

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

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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’

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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
Mumford & Sons are among the top bands to have appeared recently in the Capital

Music matters on our minds

Opinion
Mahatma Gandhi's words of peace still resonate. Picture: Getty

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

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Members of the public queue to lay flowers in St Ann's Square in memory of those who lost their lives in the Manchester Arena attack. Picture: Getty

Brian Monteith: Muslims must expose jihadis in their midst

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Ewan Aitken: Tiny steps make journey for homeless a success

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

Opinion 1

JoJo Fraser: Make time for cake in your life

Opinion

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

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Conservative party leader Theresa May and Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson during the Scottish Conservatives manifesto launch. Pic: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Poll showing Theresa May’s lead slipping will ‘focus minds’

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West Lothian Labour group leader, Lawrence Fitzpatrick. Picture: Contributd

Labour denies minority deal with Tories in West Lothian

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Residents are angy at overflowing bins around the Capital. Picture: Jon Savage/TSPL

Bin Watch: Edinburgh residents’ anger over at overflowing bins

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Edinburgh student designs mat for refugees

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The Independance Campers case will not be heard at the Supreme Court. Picture; Toby Williams

Supreme Court refuses to hear Indy campers appeal

Edinburgh
Martyn Day is the SNP candidate for the seat. Picture; Neil Hannah

General Election: Linlithgow and East Falkirk constituency profile

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General Election Poll: Conservatives’ lead over Labour falls

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Former Greens leader backs Labour’s Ian Murray in Edinburgh South

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Labour to run West Lothian Council as minority administration

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Labour accused of ‘holding the Capital to ransom’

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Robin Kingsland and Sara Stewart in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Review: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Explosive double-act is mesmerising

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
Many skilled people want to work part-time but struggle to find employers that will let them. Picture: Getty Images/amana images RF

Edinburgh start-up seeks to champion part-time workers

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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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