Major police incident as car ploughs into Edinburgh pub

A CAR has ploughed into the side of a busy Edinburgh pub.

Former Powderhall stables to be turned into community hubs with space for art studios, Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Plan to transform Powderhall stables into art hub

Artists set to lose their ­studios could benefit from a new dedicated space as a former stables may be handed a new lease of life.

Michael Douglas and Derek Douglas were jailed at Edinburgh Sheriff Court

Brothers jailed for assaulting and robbing two women in Edinburgh

A PAIR of brothers who committed assaults and robberies in Edinburgh have been jailed.

Tom Farmer lends a hand as the Paolozzi Sculptures are moved from outside St Mary's Cathedral at the top of Leith Walk. Picture: Scott Louden

Paolozzi sculptures rehomed ahead of top of Leith Walk overhaul

THREE popular pieces of art have been removed from their home in the heart of a bustling junction while work is carried out to redevelop the area.

The centre's former pupils include Martyn Bennett and Shirley Manson while youngsters continue to benefit

Council cutbacks to close renowned Edinburgh music school’s doors

A world-renowned music centre of excellence faces closure under plans drawn up by councillors.

The Gyuto Monks of Tibet pose at Glastonbury Festival

‘Rock star’ monks set for Edinburgh performance

The Dalai Lama’s Gyuto Monks of Tibet are to visit Edinburgh for a one-night-only performance this December.

Bellevue Road

Woman speaks out about being mugged while on the phone to parents

A YOUNG coffee shop worker has told of the terrifying moment two robbers snatched her mobile phone as she walked home chatting to her parents.

The development of the new Edinburgh St James as of October 2017.

First look: Edinburgh St James site one year on

It is the development which is set to change the face of the east end.

Local parents and children protest over the removal of a climbing frame from Redbraes Park, Broughton Road. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Parents call on council to replace popular play area

OUTRAGED parents have blasted a “dreadful” council decision to take away play equipment, then claiming there is no budget to replace it.

An artist's impression of the proposed development at Gayfield Square. Picture: contributed

Flat plans revealed for former Gayfield Square art gallery

A FORMER artist studios and workshop would be demolished to make way for flats on Gayfield Square under new plans which have been lodged.

John Lewis is set tos pend �24m on its Edinburgh store. Picture: Neil Hanna

John Lewis cafe to move in £24 million revamp of Edinburgh store

John Lewis is set to pump £24 million into improvements at its flagship Edinburgh store including moving the restaurant up a floor.

Rowan and Julia from The Bearded Baker.

Bearded Baker’s city dream fulfilled

A CITY man affectionaly known as ‘The Bearded Baker’ has opened his first cafe in the New Town.

Edinburgh Council 20mph mascot with PC Ben Wray to launch the new zones on Tuesday.

Police issue warnings on first day of Edinburgh’s new 20mph zones

Police issued “several” warnings to drivers on the first day of Edinburgh’s new 20mph zones as readers flooded social media to share their experiences of the latest stage of the city-wide scheme.

Police were searching for a missing person in Edinburgh. Stock picture; Neil Hanna

Why was a police helicopter flying over Edinburgh last night?

Many took to social media to ask why a helicopter was flying over the Capital late last night.

Broughton Road has been closed following a crash

Two cars crash on road in Edinburgh

An Edinburgh street has been closed after two cars crashed during rush hour.

Bank of Scotland said there would be no compulsory job losses as a result of the closures. Picture: John Devlin

In full: the 23 Bank of Scotland branches to close

Bank of Scotland is planning to close 23 branches across the country, 14 of which have been identified as the “last bank in town”.

A gentoo penguin chick is weighed. Picture: SWNS

Endangered gentoo penguin chicks welcomed to Edinburgh Zoo

EDINBURGH Zoo has welcomed its latest intake – a group of endangered gentoo penguin chicks.

Stuart Ballentine creates a wreath at Lady Haig's Poppy Factory. Picture: Toby Williams

Edinburgh’s poppy factory celebrates 90th anniversary

VETERANS at the famous Lady Haig’s Poppy Factory in the Capital have celebrated its 90th anniversary with a lunch for staff and loyal supporters.

Dancer Rebecca Duke is heading to the United States. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Dance icon Abby Lee Miller invites Broughton High pupil to LA

A TEENAGE dancer has been given the opportunity of a lifetime after being taken under the wing of one of the world’s best-known choreographers.

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