2 vehicles involved in crash at Fort Kinnard

There have been warnings of delays at Fort Kinnaird following an incident in Kannair Park.

Emergency services are on the scene.

UPDATE: Incident cleared following accident on Quality Street

Bus services are returning to normal following an accident on Quality Street


Whisky Distillery Tester wanted - Is this Scotland’s best job?

A Scottish stag party experts site is offering a dream job to whisky lovers.


Revealed: Tom Jones among headliners for Edinburgh Summer Sessions

A host of famous faces have been announced for Edinburgh Summer Sessions.

The family of Liam Colgan have set up a fundraising page in an attempt to find him.

Family of missing Liam Colgan set up fundraising page in bid to find him

The family of Liam Colgan, who went missing while on a stag do with his brother, have set up a Go Fund Me page in a bid to help find the 29-year-old.

The A90, which is due to have roadworks on it from March

Drivers facing diversions on A90 due to carriageway closures

A series of overnight carriageway closures are planned on the A90 between Scotstoun and Dalmeny from Monday 5 March through to Friday 9 March and on the M90 southbound at Junction 2 over the weekend of March 12.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave a reception for young people at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Picture; PA

Meghan Markle’s Strathberry bag sells out after Edinburgh visit

It has been dubbed the Meghan Effect, and it appears to have struck again.

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As it happened: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit in Edinburgh

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in the Capital with the couple visiting Edinburgh Castle, SocialBite and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Here’s how the day unfolded.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will visit the Capital this afternoon.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Edinburgh visit: Where they’ll be and when

There’s much excitement across the Capital this morning ahead of a Royal visit.

Trinity Academy had been struggling to recruit a maths teacher.

Edinburgh school fills maths teacher vacancy

Trinity Academy have confirmed that two positions have been filled at the school following months of staff shortages.

A breakdown is resulting in delays for some users.

Tram timetable back to normal following Saughton breakdown

Tram services have returned to normal following an earlier breakdown.

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Police confirmed a man has been charged.

Man charged after ‘preying on elderly’ in designer clothing scam

Police have charged a 56-year-old man in connection with a doorstep fraud scam which saw him offer bogus designer clothing.


‘High society’ magazine mocks Edinburgh with ‘patronising’ guide to city

It’s an argument that has reared its head once again after it was picked up by the Scotsman’s City Digest last night.

Children at Edinburgh charity help name police puppies

Children at Edinburgh charity help name police puppies

Two police dogs have been named by an Edinburgh Children’s Hospital charity.


In pictures: Date set for re-opening of Edinburgh’s Museum of Childhood

A date has been set for the re-opening of the Museum of Childhood


Video: Is this Scotland’s best school football pitch?

Pupils at Boroughmuir High School may be forgiven for getting slightly distracted if they’re playing football.


Is this the quietest station at rush hour in Scotland?

Following criticism of Edinburgh Gateway, the Evening News went along to the station at a peak time to see just how many used the station at peak times.

Police confirmed a man has been charged.

‘No serious injuries’ in 5-vehicle Queensferry Road crash

There are believed to be no serious injuries following an accident involving 5 vehicles on Queensferry Road this morning.

Ian Chisolm has been picked as the nurse in the advert. #JoinTeamIan

Local nurse to feature on Haymarket advertising boards for Marie Curie

Edinburgh’s Haymarket rail station has been taken over by the terminal illness charity Marie Curie to raise awareness of the work their nurses do in the community and to fund a local nurse at the charity’s Edinburgh hospice.


‘Even the Romans built better’: Readers have their say on Capital roads

Furious readers have had their say on the condition of roads in Edinburgh.

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