Elise Christie taken to hospital after Winter Olympics crash

Elise Christie was taken out of the Gangneung Ice Arena on a stretcher after crashing on the last bend of her semi-final heat.

Police are appealing for information

Police conducting door to door patrols in Currie after 2 men arrested

Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with robberies in Edinburgh.

We asked readers to give their favourite cake shops  Pic Ian Rutherford

Revealed: Evening News readers name their favourite cake shops

We asked the sweet-toothed capital residents for their top places to go for a slice of the good life and they did not disappoint, recommending the very best sweet treats from across the city.

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Twitter user sparks Glasgow v Edinburgh debate over salt and chill chips

It’s probably the weirdest headline you’ll see all day, but a Twitter user has had his post ‘go viral’ after bemoaning the state of salt and chilli chips in the Capital.

Amanda Jack from Edinburgh with Mark McCartney from Glasgow at last year's Edinburgh Comic Con

Revealed: All-star line-up for Edinburgh Comic Con

IT’S one of Edinburgh’s most colourful exhibitions.

NHS staff across Edinburgh and the Lothians face the worst wait in Scotland to get a parking ticket, Photo by Jayne Wright

Lothian NHS staff worst hit over parking permit queue

IT’S enough to ruin a day before it gets into gear.

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Edinburgh's Royal Mile during the Fringe Festival.

Edinburgh Fringe boss issues warning over pricing people out

ORGANISERS of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe have admitted the event risks becoming unaffordable for artists and audiences in future unless action is taken to curb rising costs.

Edinburgh council leader Adam McVey

Edinburgh council chiefs vow to fight against big pay rises

Council leader Adam McVey has committed to making sure top council executives will not pocket the three per cent pay rise announced in the coalition’s budget proposal.

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�5m has been set aside to create a new concert hall behind the former RBS head office at St Andrew Square, Picture: Ian Rutherford

Edinburgh’s cultural venues set for £10m budget windfall

more funds would be pumped into Edinburgh’s cultural venues than have been spent in over a decade under a key pillar of the city council’s proposed budget.

A heavily potholed street - Park Lane near the new Portobello High School

Letter: Edinburgh potholes are a symbol of worn out infrastructure

ONE Evening News reader has their say on the pothole situation in the Capital.

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Dunbar to host Stone Stacking European Championships

STONE stacking will return to East Lothian in April when the second European championships are held in Dunbar.

Barclay Price at William Macao's grave

Study reveals details of first Chinese citizen who became a Scotsman

He is a largely forgotten figure from the nation’s history books – despite being the first recorded Chinese citizen to start a new life in Scotland.

A boy was attacked in Stenhouse

Teenage boy attacked with knife in Stenhouse assault

A TEENAGE boy has been attacked with a knife after being approached by a gang.

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In pictures: 21 things you’ll only understand if you’re from Edinburgh

There are many great things about being an Edinburgher that those born elsewhere will never understand.

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10 traditional Edinburgh pubs that should never change

If you’re looking for a pint in timeless, welcoming surroundings, Edinburgh is full of traditional pubs that tick both boxes.

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A boy was attacked in Stenhouse

Police appeal after car stolen in West Lothian

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a parked car was stolen from outside a house.

Louise Linton. Picture: Phil Wilkinson/TSPL

Louise Linton “super-duper’ sorry for online conduct

The Edinburgh-born actress married to Donald Trump’s treasury chief has stated that she is “super-duper sorry” for the manner in which she conducts herself publicly.

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Video: Evening News football show

EDINBURGH Evening News sports writers discuss the main talking points ahead of this weekend’s Scottish Premiership fixtures involving Hibs and Hearts.

You can have your say in our food and drink awards

Nominations open for Edinburgh Restaurant Awards 2018

Edinburgh Evening News readers are being given the chance to vote for their favourite restaurant based on a number of categories.

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Theatre Director Colin Marr on the stage of the Edinburgh Playhouse

New Playhouse director has big plans for city venue

Regarded by many as Scotland’s Broadway, The Playhouse has long been the place to see West End blockbuster musicals first, while also playing host to the great and good of rock and pop.

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