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Petition launched to save Malone’s on the Mall this Christmas

A PETITION has been launched to save a rooftop outdoor bar and live music venue on top of Waverley Mall after it was refused permission to set up in time for Christmas.

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There have been claims that the plans were turned down due to snobbery

Claims of snobbery after plan for festive bar turned down

It was one of the most popular outdoor drinking and live music spots during the summer, but now calls of ‘snobbery’ are being aimed at the council after a permission for a bar in a section of the Festive Village on the roof of Waverley Mall has been turned down for “lowering the tone”.

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Malones on the Mall refused permission for Christmas pop-up.
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Malones outdoor bar denied Christmas pop-up space on Waverley Mall

A rooftop outdoor bar and live music venue previously on top of Waverley Mall has been refused permission to set up in time for Christmas.

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Amy Brown. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Stills Gallery launches £40k fundraising drive

THE Capital’s only dedicated photography gallery is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a £40,000 fundraising drive aimed at inspiring young people and supporting future 
exhibitions.

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CCTV released in hunt for Edinburgh taxi rank attackers

CCTV released in hunt for Edinburgh taxi rank attackers

Police have released images of two men they wish to trace in connection with a serious assault in the city centre.

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John Collins. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Video: John Collins enjoys fan banter in Edinburgh street

Ex-Hibs boss John Collins indulged a fan in some friendly banter after being spotted in the middle of a busy Edinburgh city centre street.

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Constable Liam Coleman with Michael McGraw from the Salvation Army and Craig Peterson from The Kilt Hire Co with some of the socks which will be donated to the homeless. Picture: Jon Savage

Community cop looks out for Edinburgh’s homeless

He spends his days looking out for the welfare of the Capital’s homeless population.

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Century 2000 was located on Lothian Road.

Six top Edinburgh clubs - gone but not forgotten

Edinburgh’s nightclub scene has often been in the news for all the wrong reasons in recent months, as much-loved venues such as Studio 24 and Electric Circus announced plans to close their doors.

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Royal Hospital for Sick Kids was sold to property developers. Picture: Scott Louden

Questions raised after Sick Kids sell-off gazumps community bid

A LOTHIAN MSP raised the sell-off of the Sick Kids hospital during First Minister’s Questions yesterday as she asked what the Scottish Government can do to protect community buy outs.

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Police are hunting two men over the attack at the Liquid Rooms.

CCTV appeal over vicious attack on nightclub worker

Police are hunting two men over a serious assault on a member of staff at an Edinburgh nightclub.

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Council agrees business case for extending Edinburgh tram to Leith

Councillors have agreed the outline business case to take Edinburgh’s tram line to Newhaven.

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Work progressing at £200m New Waverley site

A 7.5 acre site at the heart of the city centre is going through a dramatic metamorphosis.

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General manager Marcello Ventisei wants to break down any 'stuffiness'

£25 million refurbishment of city centre hotel launches today

Developers behind a £25 million revamp of one of the city’s oldest hotels hope to entice locals as well as tourists when they open the doors today.

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Army Reservists take part in intensive training

 at Dreghorn. File picture: Lisa Ferguson

Army ‘sorry’ for lack of warning before Dreghorn explosions

ARMY top brass have apologised after huge training explosions were set off without warning at Dreghorn Barracks yesterday morning.

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Army Reservists take part in intensive training drills at Dreghorn in 2015. File picture: Lisa Ferguson

MoD confirms training exercises in Edinburgh in late August

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed that training exercises involving the firing of live ammunition and discharge of pyrotechnics will take place in Edinburgh on three dates in the last week of August.

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The attack happened on Regent Road. Picture: Google Maps

Man charged over Regent Road sex assault

Police have arrested and charged a man in connection with the serious sexual assault of a woman earlier this month.

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Bus diversions revealed ahead of Leith Street closure

Bus diversions revealed ahead of Leith Street closure

Major diversions will impact 12 city centre bus routes as a result of the Leith Street closure during works to redevelop the St James Centre in the East End.

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Video: Bid to save Greyfriars Bobby from ‘lucky’ nose rub gains support

TOUR guides have stepped in to help the campaign to save Greyfriars Bobby from damage by warning tourists not to rub the beloved statue.

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Thousands of cyclists will be able to go on the route.

Route revealed for HSBC City Ride

A celebration of cycling will take place in Edinburgh next month with a mass ride through the centre of the city to mark the start of the Tour of Britain.

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Tommy Sheppard will deliver the annual Thomas Muir lecture on August 24. Picture: Neil Hanna

Tommy Sheppard to deliver annual Thomas Muir lecture

An SNP MP has described the “enormous honour” of being invited to deliver the annual Thomas Muir lecture to commemorate the life and work of the 18th century Scottish radical.

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