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NHS 24 to decide if you’re sick enough to see a doctor

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The High Court in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin

West Lothian parents to stand trial accused of baby daughter’s murder

Edinburgh

Cost of tram inquiry rising by ‘around £100,000 a month’

Edinburgh
Our reader have had their say

Readers react to NHS Lothian pilot scheme

Edinburgh

Budget 2017: Chancellor touts £2bn ‘extra’ for Scotland

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Students drafted in to help solve maths crisis at Edinburgh school

Education

New homes get go-ahead in Portobello

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Kevin Bridges tickets ‘resold for £180’ as pre-sale ends

Edinburgh
Kezia Dugdale gears up for I'm A Celebrity...get me Out of Here appearance

Kezia Dugdale: I'll stand for election again in 2021

Politics

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

Kevin Buckle
Motorcyclist Fraser Flockhart has earned himself the nickname the Flying Graduate.

Biker Fraser flying over the Tarmac

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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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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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Calder Road, Edinburgh

Young boy injured after being knocked down by car in Edinburgh

Crime
The High Court in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin

West Lothian parents to stand trial accused of baby daughter’s murder

Edinburgh
The cells at Saughton Prison.

Edinburgh sex offender preyed on other inmates in prison

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A man threatened Neil Lennon after Hibs won 3-2 at Ibrox. Picture; SNS

Rangers fan admits threatening to kill Hibs manager Neil Lennon

Edinburgh 1

Family of Kirsty Maxwell keen to trace clothes she was wearing

Edinburgh

Ian Campbell: The lawless minority will not be tolerated

Opinion

Justice for Shaun Woodburn campaign reaches Crown Office

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Peer pressure blamed for Edinburgh Bonfire Night violence

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The Scottish Government is pushing ahead with place for train journeys between Edinburgh and Glasgow to take just 42 minutes by 2018

Edinburgh to Glasgow train journeys to take 42 minutes by 2018

Edinburgh

Cost of tram inquiry rising by ‘around £100,000 a month’

Edinburgh 4
An Edinburgh tram

Tram Inquiry: TIE boss was told contract would not be signed

Transport 2

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

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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

Easyjet profits fall due to weak pound

Edinburgh

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

Edinburgh

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

Transport 16

Buses delayed in Stockbridge due to cable repairs

Edinburgh
Some pupils are being taught maths by students from the University of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh school drafts in students to deal with teacher shortage

Education
Trinity Academy in Edinburgh. Picture: Jon Savage

Students drafted in to help solve maths crisis at Edinburgh school

Education 1
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

George Watson’s headmaster in staunch defence on alleged bullying

Education

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
Elsie Inglis set up field hospitals during WW1 such as this one at Royaumont Abbey in France.

Men back statue of pioneering Edinburgh woman Elsie Inglis

Health
Our reader have had their say

Readers react to NHS Lothian pilot scheme

Edinburgh
Sean Arthur and his daughter Siobhan - who have both lost 6 stone 10 pounds between them.

before and after pictures

Edinburgh father and daughter lose nearly seven stone between them

Health
Musselburgh Primary Care Centre

NHS 24 to decide if you’re sick enough to see a doctor

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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

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

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

Opinion 2

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

Edinburgh 1

Brave toddler raises spirits as Radio Forth honours local heroes

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Chancellor Philip Hammond prepares his speech. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Colin Montgomery: Through the looking glass to Austerityland 2082

Opinion
Picardy Place at the Top of Leith Walk, Edinburgh

Letter: Top of Leith Walk plans ‘turning city into East Kilbride’

Edinburgh

Brian Monteith: Why Kezia needs to shout ‘Get me out of here’

Opinion 1
A patient waits to see the GP. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Leader comment: Ills of the NHS need to be tackled

Opinion

Ian Campbell: The lawless minority will not be tolerated

Opinion

Colin Montgomery: Politicians who should go on Casualty and Beechgrove

Opinion 1

Leader comment: Parking permit price rises stick in the craw

Opinion

Colin Montgomery: Time to listen to the SOS from Blue Planet’s stars

Opinion
Kezia Dugdale feeds a kangaroo at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia ahead of her I'm a Celebrity debut. Picture: Contributed

Kezia Dugdale says politics is ‘her life’ ahead of I’m A Celebrity debut

Politics

Budget 2017: Call for income tax rise in Scotland to be ditched

Politics
Elsie Inglis set up field hospitals during WW1 such as this one at Royaumont Abbey in France.

Men back statue of pioneering Edinburgh woman Elsie Inglis

Health
Kezia Dugdale gears up for I'm A Celebrity...get me Out of Here appearance

Kezia Dugdale: I'll stand for election again in 2021

Politics 2

Brian Monteith: Why Kezia needs to shout ‘Get me out of here’

Opinion 1
A bunt-out car in Craigentinny following the disorder on Bonfire Night. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Ian Campbell: The lawless minority will not be tolerated

Opinion

Cost of tram inquiry rising by ‘around £100,000 a month’

Edinburgh 4

Budget 2017: Chancellor touts £2bn ‘extra’ for Scotland

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‘All of a sudden I had nothing’ Councillor speaks of her homeless experience

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Kezia Dugdale to face party questions after I’m a Celeb

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Colin Montgomery: Politicians who should go on Casualty and Beechgrove

Opinion 1
Alexander McCall Smith has agreed to create the operetta to support fundraising efforts by colleagues at the Faculty of Advocates.

Alexander McCall Smith writes operetta inspired by child slavery case

Entertainment
Liam Gallagher will perform at Glasgow Green in June. Picture: PA

Liam Gallagher to headline Glasgow's TRNSMT festival

Entertainment
Kezia Dugdale feeds a kangaroo at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia ahead of her I'm a Celebrity debut. Picture: Contributed

Kezia Dugdale says politics is ‘her life’ ahead of I’m A Celebrity debut

Politics
Chancellor Philip Hammond prepares his speech. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Colin Montgomery: Through the looking glass to Austerityland 2082

Opinion
The Scottish Government is pushing ahead with place for train journeys between Edinburgh and Glasgow to take just 42 minutes by 2018

Edinburgh to Glasgow train journeys to take 42 minutes by 2018

Edinburgh
B&M have apologised over the product.

B&M apologise over product which mum claims ‘ruins Christmas magic’

Edinburgh 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

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