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Barack Obama tries Irn-Bru while playing golf in St Andrews

Former US president Barack Obama enjoyed some of Scotland’s famous Irn-Bru while playing golf in St Andrews.

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

Supreme Court refuses to hear Indy campers appeal

The UK’s highest court has refused to hear an appeal by independence campaigners evicted from a camp in the grounds of the Scottish Parliament.

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Kodi warning issued to users over potential hacking

A warning has been issued to Kodi users after a report revealed how it could be hacked by cybercriminals.

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Katie Hopkins has "agreed" with LBC that she will leave the radio station "immediately" Picture; PA

Katie Hopkins to leave LBC immediately over ‘final solution’ tweet

Controversial broadcaster Katie Hopkins and LBC have agreed that she will leave the radio station “immediately”, LBC has said.

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Man arrested over Gorebridge fire

A man has been arrested following a significant fire in Gorebridge.

Police are appealing for information.

Police keen to trace 6 following Bonyrigg assault

Police Scotland has today released CCTV images of three males that officers wish to speak to in connection with a disturbance on Bonnyrigg High Street on Sunday March 12.

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

A petition has been launched in support of Lothian Bus drivers to allow them to remove their ties in hot weather.

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Former President of the United States of America Barack Obama is to arrive today. Picture; Getty

Barack Obama in Edinburgh to attend charity dinner

Guests at a charity dinner with former US president Barack Obama will be given the chance to bid for a part in the next film of the Harry Potter franchise.

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

Barack Obama touches down at Edinburgh Airport

Barack Obama has arrived in the Scottish capital.

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Tesco will scrap 5p bags.

Tesco to scrap use of 5p carrier bags

Tesco is to scrap their 5p carrier bag charge, however, there is a catch.

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Edinburgh faces a tough time amid healthcare crisis.

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

A HEALTH summit next week aims to come up with an action plan to help resolve Edinburgh’s care crisis.

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

General Election: Linlithgow and East Falkirk constituency profile

MARTYN Day more than doubled the SNP vote when he won this constituency from Labour in 2015 with over half of all the votes.

Jeremy Corbyn has caught up with Theresa May in the polls. Picture: John Devlin

General Election Poll: Conservatives’ lead over Labour falls

The Conservatives’ advantage over Labour has narrowed to just five points in the first opinion poll taken since Monday night’s suicide bomb attack in Manchester.

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visists those injured at the Manchester Arena. Picture; Getty

Dozens of Scots being treated as witnesses to Manchester blast

Police have confirmed that 41 Scots were present at the Manchester pop concert where suicide bomber Salman Abedi killed 22 people.

Robin Harper, leader of the Scottish Greens from 2004-2008, is backing Ian Murray in Edinburgh South. Picture: Julie Bull

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

A former leader of the Scottish Greens has urged voters in one of Scotland’s most marginal constituencies to back the Labour candidate at the general election.

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Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn says Juniors has to change

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn says the past few weeks have a been a “nightmare” for his squad with the amount of games they have faced.

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Lee Currie gets stuck in against Penicuik. Currie says morale is high in the Newtongrange camp. Pic: TSPL

Newtongrange Star determined to grab Super League lifeline

Newtongrange Star captain Lee Currie has called on his team-mates to seize the lifeline they’ve been given as they battle to preserve their Super League status.

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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

SWELTERING bus drivers have been told they must wait for permission before taking off ties during the Capital’s heatwave.

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Labour celebrate results in West lothian Council elections.

Labour to run West Lothian Council as minority administration

LABOUR are to run West Lothian Council as a minority administration despite having fewer councillors than the SNP.

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Motorcyclist fighting for life after Lothian crash

Motorcyclist fighting for life after Lothian crash

A MOTORCYCLIST is in a critical condition in hospital following a crash on the A706.

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