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One dead after four vehicle crash on Maybury Road

Police have confirmed that one person has died following a 4-vehicle crash on Maybury Road.

Edinburgh
Ian McCulloch of Echo & the Bunnymen

REVIWEW: Echo and the Bunnymen

DURING their lengthy time together, Echo and the Bunnymen have always been a big draw in Edinburgh.

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USHER HALL, Lothian Road

Entertainment

Memorial for men killed in major battle of Jacobite rising

The men who died in the first major encounter of the 1745 Jacobite rising are to be marked in a battlefield memorial for the first time.

Entertainment

Maybury Road to remain closed after four car collision

Commuters in the Capital are facing huge delays this morning after an early-morning incident on Maybury Road.

Edinburgh
Danny Boyle who has officially signed up as director of the next Bond film. Picture; PA

Danny Boyle signed up to direct next Bond film

Danny Boyle has officially signed up as director of the next Bond film.

Edinburgh
Maybury Road is closed in both directions this morning Picture: John Devlin

Travel news: commuter delays continue after four vehicle crash

Motorists in the capital are still facing delays this morning after an early morning incident on Maybury Road

Edinburgh

Tories launch new campaign to tackle Edinburgh pothole calamity

The Tories have launched a pothole campaign to highlight the decaying state of roads across the country in a move that could bring an extra £3 million to Edinburgh road repairs.

Transport 4

Smiles of joy as Edinburgh teen Kira hears surgery a ‘success’

THROUGH the glass window at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, the man stood looking down at the child he had operated on only hours earlier.

Health

SNP: Tax breaks needed to tempt skilled migrants to Scotland

Skilled migrants should be given tax breaks to attract them to Scotland, the SNP’s new blueprint for independence will say today.

Politics 1

Hibs ‘must match growing demands of their fan base’

Former Hibs captain Murdo MacLeod has warned his old club their biggest danger next season will be matching the ever-growing expectations of their fan base.

Hibs
Edinburgh Trams

Euan McGrory: Nearly at the end of the line with tram inquiry

Most of you are sick fed up of hearing about the trams... so some of you might want to turn straight to another article.

Opinion

Fiona Duff: Ice cream and sun cream on hold

Yesterday I was lying in bed listening to the radio before going off for my weekly Inverleith Park dog walk with a couple of friends.

Opinion
Annette Miller celebrates her 30 years of service with Scottish Veterans Residences CEO Phil Cox

Annette’s a veteran after three decades at Whitefoord House

A kind-hearted support worker has been honoured with an award for her outstanding service with forces veterans.

News
Gaelic has expanded rapidly in primary schools so more secondary provision is now needed

Comment: Despite abuse, this ‘dodo language’ won’t be going extinct

Gaelic in Edinburgh rarely makes the headlines but that changed when the city council agreed its second Gaelic Language Plan.

Opinion
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Susan Morrison: Hi-ho, hi-ho, it’s off to the cinema we go

I’ve always had a soft spot for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Opinion
The Duke of Edinburgh during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding

Susan Morrison: Our royals aren’t racist, they’re humanist

Prince Phillip, who increasingly resembles a preserved body pulled from a Hebridean peat bog, appeared a tad rattled at the wedding.

Opinion
The Little Sisters of the Poor are quitting the Gilmore Place care home in Edinburgh

Little Sisters of the Poor care home on Gilmore Place to shut

A CARE home run by nuns for 155 years has been unable to secure a deal with a new provider and will close in September, leaving the existing 26 residents in the lurch.

News 1
Preston coach Paul Riley

Preston coach counts on past glories against Kelty in King Cup final

Preston Athletic joint-manager Paul Riley is hoping his former glories against Kelty Hearts will stand his squad in good stead ahead of tomorrow’s King Cup final.

Lower Leagues
Edinburgh Monarchs rider Max Ruml. Pic: Ron MacNeill

Max Ruml sure his Monarchs struggles will soon be over

Edinburgh Monarchs rider Max Ruml believes a “lack of experience” is the only thing holding him back and he feels confident he’ll turn things around the second half of the year and score the points the club expect from him.

Monarchs
Chris Hamilton has been called up for Scotland Under-21s

Hearts teenager Chris Hamilton keen to learn at Toulon Tournament

At 16, and with just one Hearts appearance to his name, Chris Hamilton is preparing for the Toulon Tournament with Scotland Under-21s. He is the youngest member of Scot Gemmill’s squad and, at 5ft 7ins tall, is also the smallest despite being a centre-back. None of the above fazes him in the slightest.

Hearts 1
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