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Scottish Government relaunch ‘Eat Better Fell Better’ campaign

Sports stars have helped relaunch the Scottish Government’s Eat Better Feel Better campaign – telling primary school children about their favourite snacks and the benefits of healthy eating.

Midlothian Gritters spreading grit salt

Midlothian Council one of of five to have ‘overspent’ on winter maintenance

Midlothian Council are one of five councils in Scotland to overspend on their winter maintenance budgets.

Allan Dickson has been allowed to teach again by the General Teaching Council

Teacher who shot at urinating teenagers allowed back into classroom

A MATHS teacher who shot an airgun at a group of teenagers who were urinating in his neighbour’s garden has been allowed back into the classroom.

House of Frasers has been snapped up following a bidding war.

Property developers buy iconic House of Fraser Princes Street store

Property developers have snapped up one of Scotland’s most iconic department stores.

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Date for Harry Potter pop-up bar in Edinburgh revealed

Date for Harry Potter pop-up bar in Edinburgh revealed

MUGGLES keen for a taste of Harry Potter will soon be able to sample a butterbeer in a new pop-up bar on East Market Street.

Tips for driving in snow and winter conditions

5 top tips for driving in the snow

The snow and winter weather has hit many parts of Scotland, including the Capital.

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The cheapest supermarket has been revealed

Britain’s cheapest major supermarket has been revealed

Which has revealed their cheapest supermarket of the year.

There are a number of delays on the East Coast.

Edinburgh line blocked by broken down train

A broken down train on the southbound line between Edinburgh and Berwick is resulting in a number of delays this morning.

Shop manager Rosa Rosado with a dress worth �14,000. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh charity shop wedding dresses to feature in fashion show

AS speculation grows over who will design Meghan Markle’s wedding gown, a small charity shop in the heart of Edinburgh has quietly been attracting brides-to-be to its unique bridal boutique full of designer wedding dresses.

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Edinburgh is aiming to build 20,000 new affordable homes

Gavin Barrie: Edinburgh strategy is a Capital idea

If you look across Edinburgh’s skyline, you can’t fail to notice the number of cranes on the horizon.

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Adult fares on Lothian buses are set to increase

Commuters split on rising cost of Lothian bus fares

BUS fares are set to rise in the Capital for the first time in two years after Lothian announced improvements following a review.

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An earthy staff member with some of the store's locally sourced organic produce

Customers rally to support staff after Earthy liquidation

A community is rallying to raise cash for “wages” after a court order putting organic food store Earthy into liquidation left staff without jobs just before Christmas.

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A man blatantly ogles a passing woman (Picture: Getty)

Susan Dalgety: Scots women are gathering to take on sex abusers

It’s been a miserable start to 2018. The poor folk of Hawaii were put on full nuclear alert for a terrifying 30 minutes, and while they prepared to die, their President played golf.

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Edinburgh City Council paid for 250 pauper funerals in 2015/16

Council paid nearly £250k for Edinburgh’s ‘harrowing’ funerals

Nearly 250 Edinburgh residents had a funeral paid for by the taxpayer in 2015/16, figures have revealed.

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Penicuik Athletic 13s

Youths: Penicuik 13s keep cool as Currie turn up the heat

Penicuik Athletic 13s survived a second-half revival from Currie Star Colts to win 5-3 and make it to the Belmont Vauxhall Cup Final.

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Jennifer Ure Stewart and her son Luke

‘Scared’ mother’s heartfelt plea for dying son’s treatment cash

The mum of a terminally-ill youngster who was given just months to live says she is “very scared” that the money raised to provide him with life-saving treatment in Mexico will run out.

The Caledonian Hotel has been sold to an overseas investor in a multi-million pound deal

Edinburgh’s Caledonian Hotel set for expansion after £85m sale

One of Edinburgh’s most famous hotels is to undergo a major expansion after being snapped up by new overseas owners.

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Ross Jameson was jailed at Dundee Sheriff Court. Picture: PA

Man jailed for “predatory” internet chats with young girls

A FINANCE worker who used fake identities to lure young girls into explicit internet chats has been jailed.


Scotland’s weather: snow causes crashes and school closures

Wintry weather has caused several road collisions in the Highlands and Strathclyde as motorists face treacherous driving conditions, while dozens of schools have been closed.

A double room suite - the first on a British train - with ensuite and shower.

New Caledonian Sleeper trains delayed until October

A new £100 million fleet of Caledonian Sleeper carriages with en suite showers and double beds will be introduced six months late, operator Serco announced today.
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