Clubbers left shocked as man proposes at Hive

Clubbers at Hive were enjoying a casual Friday night out, except one man who was about to ask the biggest question of his life.

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Is this Edinburghs most luxurious home? Picture; Rettie

Is this Edinburgh’s most luxurious home?

Looking to move to the capital and have money to spare?

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The greiving parents affected by the Mortonhall ashes scandal met MSPs. Picture; Neil Hanna

£75,000 baby ashes case settled

A BEREAVED mother who is suing the city council for £75,000 over the effects of the Mortonhall baby ashes scandal looks set to accept an undisclosed out-of-court settlement.

The late Linlithgow MP Tam Dalyell played a crucial role bringing the controversy into the public domain

The ‘Fettesgate’ scandal that shook the corridors of power

IT started out as whispers between lawyers over boozy lunches and mutterings of discontent in police canteens.

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Shellie Callaghan, 16, died after collapsing at a party

Woman and two girls face trial over Shellie drug death

A WOMAN and two teenage girls are to stand trial in connection with the death of a 16-year-old drug victim.

Saughton Prison inmates complained of being kept inside for 22 hours a day..  Picture Ian Rutherford

Saughton prisoners kept in cells 22 hours a day

Prisoners at Saughton are being kept in their cells for up to 22 hours a day, a new report reveals.

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Olympic swimmer Dan Wallace at Stirling Sheriff Court on drink driving charge. Picture; Mark Ferguson

Olympic swimmer Dan Wallace banned from driving

Scots Olympic swimmer Dan Wallace was banned from driving and fined £600 after driving home following a lengthy drinking session with pals.

Drink-driver who fled Taiwan for Capital faces fresh extradition bid

Drink-driver who fled Taiwan for Capital faces fresh extradition bid

A FUGITIVE businessman who fled to Scotland after killing a man in Taiwan is facing a fresh bid to have him extradited and imprisoned on the island.


Hillsborough police chief faces 95 manslaughter charges

Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield, former chief constable Sir Norman Bettison and four other individuals have been charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough disaster, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.

The new resturant is set to open at St Andrew Sq

New Italian restaurant set for St Andrew Square

An Italian restaurant chain has become the latest to announce it’s moving into the revamped St Andrew Square.

Police have tracked down over 180 fans from the Scottish Cup final - but more than 100 remain unidentified. Picture: Robert Perry/TSPL

Over 100 Scottish Cup final hooligans ‘still on loose’

Police have revealed that they are still chasing more than 100 football fans thought to have been involved in the post-match scenes at Hampden Park following the 2015/16 Scottish Cup final, according to reports.

Lines outside Edinburgh Airport. Picture; Florence Snead

Flight disruption at Edinburgh Airport following major power cut

A power outage left Edinburgh Airport without lighting and affected the computer system and air bridges.

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The crackdown will work to reduce alcohol-related attacks, weapon use and anti-social behaviour. Picture: John Devlin

Police Scotland launch 3-month crackdown on summer violence

A three-month police crackdown has been launched to tackle summer violence.

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Jane Park has said she is 'fighting for her life' Picture; Jane Barlow

Jane Park ‘fighting for her life’ following operation

Lottery winner Jane Park has told how she is ‘fighting for her life’ following an operation.

Four arrested after fake police gang target tourists

Four arrested after fake police gang target tourists

Four men have been arrested after visitors to the Capital were targeted by bogus police.

Chief Inspector Jimmy Jones is local area commander for North Edinburgh

Jimmy Jones: We’ll apply brakes to motorbike crime

Earlier this week, we relaunched Stronger North for 2017 to tackle a range of ongoing issues affecting the communities within North Edinburgh.

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Edinburgh Napier building ‘features same cladding as Grenfell’

A student halls of residence in Edinburgh is the first building in Scotland confirmed to have the same cladding as London’s Grenfell Tower, where more than 70 people died in an inferno earlier this month.

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Couple conned out of more than £25,000

Couple conned out of more than £25,000

A COUPLE have been conned out of more than £25,000 by cruel telephone scammers.

One homeless person is dying every three weeks in Edinburgh.

One homeless person ‘dying every 3 weeks’ in Edinburgh

Figures released by a city council have revealed that homeless people are dying at a rate of more than one every three weeks.

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Does Edinburgh have a curry hotspot?

Is Corstorphine the curry house hotspot in Edinburgh?

A good curry house is hard to find, however, it would appear that your chances of finding a good curry house are pretty decent in one area of the Capital.

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