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Scotland’s weather: Odds for hottest Easter on record slashed

Bookies have slashed the odds on Scotland enjoying the hottest Easter weekend on record.

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Video: ‘White Pride’ marchers make Nazi salutes in Edinburgh

FOOTAGE has emerged of ‘White Pride’ protesters making pro-Nazi salutes in central Edinburgh, while a crowd of people vocally condemn their presence.

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Police made a total of ten arrests during today's demonstrations in Edinburgh. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Ten arrested during Edinburgh fascist rally

POLICE Scotland have arrested ten people following a fascist protest in central Edinburgh today

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Can you tell us where the Sketcher has drawn?

EdinburghSketcher’s WhereArtI quiz

Play along. Where is this?

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Firefighters in full equipment. Picture; contributed

Trainee firefighters cross Forth Road Bridge for charity

TRAINEE firefighters have crossed the Forth Road Bridge in full breathing apparatus to raise money for charity.

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Ryan Duddy has been jailed for 16 months. Picture; stock image

Drug addict who robbed woman at knife point in Gorgie jailed

A drug addict, who robbed a young woman at knife point as she made to enter her home, has been jailed for 16 months with a six month supervised release order.

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The old Abbeyhill Station, Edinburgh, one of many disused stations in the city. Picture: TSPL.

11 creepy abandoned places in Edinburgh

Are there any other cities north of the border as storied as “Auld Reekie”?

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Happiness is a place called Morningside. Sonya Angus, Tessa Henry, And Laura Woodham enjoy a coofee outside Maison Bleue Bistro. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Morningside tops Edinburgh happiness league

IT’S got the shops, it’s got the parks, it’s got the schools - and it’s got the buses into town.

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A campaign group have been awarded money to buy Bellfield Church in Portobello. Picture; Greg Macvean

Portobello church set to become first community sale

BALLOT papers have been landing on doormats in Portobello, asking whether residents back the proposed community buy-out of the former Old Parish church and halls in Bellfield Street.

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Miles Briggs launches a petition at Waverley Station along with members of the Edinburgh Access Panel to allow for taxis to get access to the station for dropping off passengers with disabilities. Picture; Greg Macvean

Campaigners meet Minister over Waverley taxi access

CAMPAIGNERS hope a meeting with Transport Minister Humza Yousaf at Waverley station has brought taxi access for disabled people a step closer.

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Marvin Bartley. Picture: Greg Macvean

Hibs player Marvin Bartley accused over phone calls to woman

Hibs star Marvin Bartley is facing trial accused of making unwanted phone calls and threats to a woman.

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The new coin enters circulation on March 28. Picture; stock image

New £1 coin: Everything you need to know

For the first time in 30 years the £1 coin is about to be replaced - and here is everything you need to know.

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No injuries and only minor vehicle damage was reported

Rush hour delays after crash

COMMUTERS suffered delays this morning after a lorry and bus collided at a busy junction.

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Liberton pupils with their Japanese teacher Dr Yoko Matsumoto-Sturt

Edinburgh primary leads way with Japanese lessons pilot

THEY already love manga, Pokemon and Nintendo and now schoolchildren in the Capital have been given the chance to learn about the language behind some of their favourite pastimes.

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The incident happened at the Oatridge Hotel. Picture; Google Maps

Man arrested after West Lothian assault

Police in West Lothian have arrested and charged a 18-year-old man following a serious assault at the Oatridge Hotel, Uphall on Saturday March 25.

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John Knox House and Moubray House are two of Edinburgh's oldest buildings and they stand together side by side. Picture: TSPL

9 of Edinburgh’s oldest buildings

EDINBURGH is renowned for its old buildings and boasts a higher concentration of ancient structures than most European cities.

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A ten-year plan to increase the number of allotments has been approved.

Council approve new allotment plans

CITy planners could soon be including allotments on their applications as part of a fresh push to improve access to the plots of land.

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Kearyn Adamson is 4 and suffers from a range of conditions but the main line of the story is the family are raising money for him to get a therapy dog. Picture; Ian Rutherford.

Family in therapy dog appeal for blind son

He’s a plucky four-year-old who enjoys trips to the park and playing with his big brother.

Health
The City Deal could be delayed until after the elections. PIcture Steven Scott Taylor

Edinburgh City Deal delayed until after May elections

COUNCIL chiefs have admitted Edinburgh’s City Deal – due to bring £1 billion of investment and new powers to the Capital – has been delayed.

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Video: Nazi salute marcher bundled into police van

A ‘White Pride’ protester who made pro-Nazi salutes on Edinburgh’s High Street was later filmed being escorted into a police van.

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