Pizza restaurant appeal after capturing violent thug on camera

A RAGING restaurateur has taken the law into his own hands by sticking up posters of the vandal who kicked in his front window.

A+A Newsagents - South Trinity Road. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Men sentenced after attack on Trinity shopkeeper

AN ARMED thug who hacked a shopkeeper’s head with a machete during a robbery bid has been jailed for more than eight years.

Scott Miller and son Lewis Miller both directors of Compass Roofing who have donated money to replace the lost kids costumes stolen from a car for an upcoming show. Picture; Greg Macvean

Roofer to the rescue after costumes stolen from dance show

A BIG-hearted business owner has stepped in to help young dancers after their costumes for an upcoming show were stolen.

Mark Rowley, Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations in the Metropolitan Police, speaking outside Scotland Yard (Jonathan Brady/PA Wire)

Westminster attack: Two more arrests as fourth victim named

Two more “significant arrests” have been made in connection with the Westminster attack, police have said.

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Police name Westminster terror attacker as Khalid Masood

A British man inspired by Islamic State ideology was named as the terrorist who killed four people and injured dozens in an assault on Westminster on Wednesday.

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Second teenager arrested over death of Shaun Woodburn

A SECOND teenager has been arrested in connection with the death of a junior footballer.

Picture: Copyright Dan Mosley for Beltane Fire Society

Fire festival under threat from ‘strict regulations’

A POPULAR fire festival is threatened by a new policy around public gatherings in the Capital, organisers say.

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Woman charged with murder of Colin Skilbeck

A WOMAN has appeared in court charged with murder following the death of a man.

Police continue their search for the body of Lise Fredette. Picture: Contributed

Edinburgh OAP on trial in Canada accused of murder

A PENSIONER who emigrated from the Capital has gone on trial in Canada accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend and hiding her body.

Gordon McLeod was earing a high visibility vest

Intruder foiled by ‘Still Game’ pensioners is jailed

A MAN who pretended to be a council worker in a callous attempt to force his way into a pensioner’s home, only to see his plans foiled by two brave OAPs, has been jailed for three years.


Video: Aftermath of attack on Westminster Bridge

A poltician travelling in a passing car appears to have caught harrowing footage of the immediate aftermath of a car careering out of control in today’s security incident at Westminster.

Mariusz Winiarski was convicted of homicide. Picture; contributed

Man convicted of Bathgate homicide

A male responsible for the death of a man in West Lothian last year has been convicted

Police have charged one man following the incident at an address on the High Street. Picture; Michael Gillen

Man charged following assault in Linlithgow

Police in West Lothian have arrested and a charged a 35-year-old man in connection with a serious assault that occurred in Linlithgow.

Chief Superintendent Kenny MacDonald. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Chief Superintendent Kenny MacDonald: Help us to help you on strategy

We are currently spending a lot of our time looking forward . . . Whether that be years into the future, with our policing strategy consultation; the next few weeks and months as we plan for the busy period of events coming up into the summer; or literally just an hour ahead when the clocks change this weekend.

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Mike Taylor, pictured, says his friend David Brown is "discouraged" by the court's decision

Convicted charity worker in Albania has freedom bid blocked

A COURT’S refusal to hear testimony from two men that could clear a Capital charity worker of child abuse in Albania is “tragic”, say supporters.

Private hire driver Ihsan Yurbas found 'not proven' of sexually assaulting two female passengers but guilty of stealing one womans phone.
Picture: Vic Rodrick.

Private hire driver ‘not proven’ of sexual assault on passengers

A private hire taxi driver has been found ‘not proven’ of sexually assaulting two vulnerable young female passengers.

Appeal after boy, 9, knocked off bike in Gilmerton hit and run

Appeal after boy, 9, knocked off bike in Gilmerton hit and run

Police in Edinburgh are appealing after a nine-year-old boy was knocked off his bike in a hit and run.

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The incident happened on a train from Edinburgh Waverley bound for Peterborough. Picture: Chris Watt

Man comes forward after toddler assaulted on Edinburgh train

A man has come forward to speak to police after a toddler was assaulted on a train in Edinburgh.

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The Edinburgh Tattoo in 2015. Picture: Ian Georgeson.

Police feared ‘Edinburgh Tattoo attack’ by man with I.S links

Police feared a man with links to the Islamic State was about to launch an attack at the Edinburgh Tattoo, it has been claimed.

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Reconstruction of face of man found in woods in East Dunbartonshire in 2011. He has never been identified. PIC: Contributed.

The 51 bodies found in Scotland that no one can identify

He was an everyman, dressed in light blue polo shirt, jeans and navy trainers and carrying a toothbrush and set of headphones in his satchel bag.

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