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Kezia Dugdale ‘may be suspended’ over I’m a Celeb admits new Labour leader

Labour MSPs will consider if Kezia Dugdale should be suspended for her decision to appear on the reality TV show I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, the party’s new Scottish leader said.

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A new Nandos has opened at Ocean Terminal

Inside the new Nando’s at Ocean Terminal

A new Nando’s opened its doors at Ocean Terminal this weekend.

Edinburgh
Tom Gilzean has been collecting money for local charities fro many years. Picture: Jon Savage

War veteran devastated after Remembrance Sunday snub

A war veteran was left devastated after being snubbed on Remembrance Sunday when trying to lay a wreath.

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A picture showing a blocked lane on Leith Walk. Picture; Stewart Bremner

Leith cyclists’ fury at blocked bike lanes

Leith cyclists have expressed their anger at the lack of enforcement for blocked cycle lanes.

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D-Day for Hearts over Tynecastle main stand

Edinburgh council safety officers will decide today whether Tynecastle Park can host Hearts’ Ladbrokes Premiership match against Partick Thistle tomorrow.

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According to reports.
Kezia Dugdale is to appear on I'm a Celeb.

Kezia Dugdale to appear on ‘I’m a Celebrity’

Kezia Dugdale is set to take part in the ITV show I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here according to a number of reports.

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The Edinburghs Covent Garden plan for the Grassmarket never made it off the drawing board. Picture: Greg Macvean

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

I saw the news that there was a proposed Old Town business improvement district or “BID” with mixed feelings. I was in the Grassmarket for the introduction of the Grassmarket BID and was somebody who thought it a good idea at the time. A BID is meant to do what it says on the tin, in that it finds ways to improve the district it represents for businesses in return for a small levy.

Opinion
Electric cycles will help riders battle Edinburgh's hills, Picture: John Devlin

Electric bikes to help riders tackle Edinburgh’s hills

Electric bikes to help riders up Edinburgh’s hills are to feature in the Capital’s long-awaited cycle hire scheme to be launched next summer.

Transport
Castleview Primary welcome Pudsey the Bear for a visit on the big day

In Pictures: Edinburgh pupils drum up money for Children in Need

YOUNGSTERS from across the Capital did their bit to tally up funding for Children in Need.

Edinburgh
Forth1 radio DJs Boogie and Arlene took to the skies on the first ride of the festive season

Forth 1 duo launch Edinburgh’s big wheel

Forth 1 pair Boogie and Arlene proved it’s not just their radio listener figures that are soaring as they took flight on the city’s big wheel to help launch Edinburgh Christmas.

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Kezia Dugdale. Picture: John Devlin

Dugdale’s warning for new Scottish Labour leader

FORMER Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale is warning that her successor will have to walk a tightrope between backing Jeremy Corbyn’s agenda and insisting on the party’s Scottish identity north of the border.

Politics 1
An artist's impression map of the development at Picardy Place. Picture: contributed

Take a look at revised plans for the top of Leith Walk

REVISED plans for the road layout at the top of Leith Walk have been unveiled after the original proposals sparked an outcry.

Transport 1
The temporary pavement closure at Fountainbridge forcing people to walk on the road. Picture: contributed

Pedestrians fuming over Fountainbridge walkway delay

FURIOUS residents in Fountainbridge have been assured a temporary walkway will be created around a large-scale building development in the area – more than three weeks after it was first agreed with construction bosses.

Business
Spartans Reds through to next round of John McConnell Cup

Spartans Reds through to next round of John McConnell Cup

Spartans FC Reds advanced to the next round of the John McConnell Memorial Cup by beating Edinburgh City Whites 5-0 at Ainslie Park, despite having a depleted squad after some of their players were invited to regional try-outs.

Lower Leagues

Scottish Rugby stars back Sleep in the Park

Leading figures at Scottish Rugby will come together on Saturday 9 December for Social Bite’s Sleep in the Park, the world’s biggest ever sleep out.

Edinburgh
Teenager Shellie Callaghan died of an Ecstasy overdose

Woman jailed for hosting drugs party where Shellie Callaghan died

A HEROIN addict has been jailed after letting teens take drugs at her house party which left one dead from an Ecstasy overdose.

Our Region
St John's Hospital, Livingston , Pic Lisa Ferguson

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

A probe has been ordered into a major Lothians hospital after a whistleblowing complaint revealed that flagship A&E waiting times were being wrongly recorded by staff.

Edinburgh 1
CrossCountry operates cross-Border services to the Midlands and south west England

Strike to halt all CrossCountry Scottish trains

All CrossCountry trains in Scotland will be cancelled on Sunday in the first of a series of strikes that also threaten Christmas services.
Transport
Two frilled-neck lizards were left abandoned in Edinburgh, Picture: Scottish SPCA

Cold and ill lizards found abandoned outside Edinburgh flat

A wildlife charity has launched an appeal for help after two lizards were found abandoned on an Edinburgh street.

Edinburgh
The body of a man charged with murder was discovered at Shandon Place

Body of a man charged with murder found in Edinburgh home

The body of a man charged with murdering his wife has been found in Edinburgh.

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