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  1. Rail union demonstration against East Coast line privatisation

    Protests will mark the final day of a train company being run in the public sector.

    Rail union demonstration against East Coast line privatisation

    Rail union demonstration against East Coast line privatisation

    via STV NEWS
  2. Mother of boy saved by bone marrow transplant in donor list drive

    Four-year-old Calum Lambert's life was saved by a bone marrow transplant.

    Mother of boy saved by bone marrow transplant in donor list drive

    Mother of boy saved by bone marrow transplant in donor list drive

    via STV NEWS
  3. No filter: Scots soldiers' last days in Afghanistan captured

    Photographer Robert Wilson's exhibition 'Helmand Return' opens at the The National War Museum of Scotland today.

    No filter: Scots soldiers' last days in Afghanistan captured

    No filter: Scots soldiers' last days in Afghanistan captured

    via STV EDINBURGH
  4. Do you know your XOXO from your BRB?

    Check out our Ewen and the Edinburgh public as they try and get their heads around text jargon on tonight's Fountainbridge Show.

    Missed tonight's show? Catch it again on the STV Player.

  5. Unsolved murder case of Brenda Page to be reopened after 37 years

    One of Scotland's most notorious unsolved murder cases is to be reopened after thirty-seven years.

    Catch-up on more of the latest headlines with the STV News at Six.

    via STV
  6. Watch Quiet As A Mouse perform on the Fountainbridge Show

    Check out the soulful sounds of Quiet As A Mouse performing their track "Yesterday" on the Fountainbridge Show.

    Missed tonight's show? Catch it again on the STV Player.

  7. Scottish FA appoint Brian McClair as new performance director

    Brian McClair has been appointed as the Scottish FA's new Performance Director, succeeding Dutchman Mark Wotte in the influential role.

    Scottish FA appoint Brian McClair as new performance director

    Scottish FA appoint Brian McClair as new performance director

    via STV SPORT
  8. The great dress debate: Is it gold and white or blue and black?

    A two-tone dress marketed as being "bang on trend" has lived up to its billing - by sparking a global debate on Twitter over what colour it is.

    The great dress debate: Is it gold and white or blue and black?

    The great dress debate: Is it gold and white or blue and black?

    via STV NEWS
  9. Moviejuice returns with more reviews on the latest releases

    Coming up on tonight's Moviejuice, Grant Lauchlan and the team will be looking at the biggest releases at the cinema.

    On the agenda on STV from 8pm tonight are: The Second Best Marigold Hotel,

    Critics on the show tonight are Alison Rowat and Siobhan Synnot.

    Moviejuice episode three: Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Focus

    Moviejuice episode three: Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Focus

    via STV MOVIEJUICE
  10. Enjoy tea for two in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £19 instead of £41 for afternoon tea for two or £26 instead of £55 to add a glass of Champagne each at four star Macdonald Holyrood Hotel in the city centre. That's a saving of up to 53%.

    4* Macdonald Holyrood Hotel afternoon tea

    4* Macdonald Holyrood Hotel afternoon tea

    via ITISON
  11. A Tag-Team of epic proportions, Grado takes a swig at Tennent's Lager

    For one week only, starting 2 March, Scottish wrestling hero Grado is taking over the Tennent's Lager Facebook page.

    Expect some typical Grado banter as he grapples with with your burning questions live on the site every evening.

    Watch the action from ringside at Facebook.com/tennentslager.

    via STV
  12. Underbelly moo-ves into the Meadows for Festival Fringe

    Councillors say the Meadows takeover will allow more money to be reinvested into Edinburgh's parks and green spaces.

  13. Edinburgh's Farmer Market starts this Saturday

    Local market with fresh quality food is on this Saturday from from 9am to 2pm at Castle Terrace.

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  14. Rugby fans warned about traffic disruption this Saturday

    Edinburgh City Council are urging fans to plan ahead and take the tram this weekend ahead of Scotland's home game against Italy.

    A council statement has said: "Although Russell Road is currently closed for Network Rail works, pedestrians will be able to use two dedicated lanes to access and exit the Stadium.

    "Edinburgh Trams are once again putting in place arrangements to cater to the many thousands of fans who are expected to travel to and from the match by tram."

    Scottish Rugby Union | Official site of Scottish Rugby

    Scottish Rugby Union | Official site of Scottish Rugby

    via SCOTTISHRUGBY
  15. Empty council offices to be transformed into arts complex and hotel

    The site at King's Stables Road in Edinburgh's Grassmarket has lain empty since 2009.

    Empty council offices to be transformed into arts complex and hotel

    Empty council offices to be transformed into arts complex and hotel

    via STV NEWS
  16. Old Town Street Food Festival returns Easter Sunday

    The Old Town Street Food Festival is set to return to the Cowgate this Easter Sunday for a festival of Scotland's best pop-up food vendors and live music from up and coming bands.

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  17. Saughton Park is set for a multi million pound renovation

    Edinburgh's historic Saughton Park is to undergo a £5.3 million renovation and the public are being invited to have their say.

    A series of exhibitions are to be held throughout March, allowing people to see ambitious designs by landscape architects Ironside Farrar Ltd and Sutherland Hussey Architects, which aim to restore the 17th century garden's historic elements.

    Find out more and join in the consultation at the link below.

    Help shape the future of one of Edinburgh's most historic parks

    Help shape the future of one of Edinburgh's most historic parks

    via EDINBURGH
  18. Man cleared of murdering dog walker who was beaten to death in park

    A man alleged to have beaten a woman to death with a dog's lead in the Cranhill area of Glasgow in 2013 has been cleared of the killing by a judge.

    via STV
  19. Jake Quickenden joins the cast of Dreamboys at the Playhouse

    The X Factor's Jake Quickenden is set to replace Gaz from Geordie Shore when the Dreamboys tour stops off at the Edinburgh Playhouse 9 June.

    But the good news is @JakeQuickenden will be joining @TheDreamboys and singing live when the show is here on 9 June http://t.co/c7mE0ycluf

    Edinburgh Playhouse

    @edinplayhouse
    via Twitter
  20. A wet weekend ahead for Edinburgh in the STV forecast

    Expect some wind and rain overnight as temperatures look set to stay at around 6C. Expect a brighter start to the weekend but more rain forecast for Saturday afternoon.

    Catch-up on the latest forecast with the STV weather report with Sean Batty.

    via STV
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