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  1. Subway sandwich worker sat on robber until police officers arrived

    Michael Kane has been jailed for five years and three months for three robberies in Edinburgh.

    Subway sandwich worker sat on robber until police officers arrived

    Subway sandwich worker sat on robber until police officers arrived

    via STV NEWS
  2. Subway sandwich worker sat on robber until police officers arrived

    Michael Kane has been jailed for five years and three months for three robberies in Edinburgh.

    Subway sandwich worker sat on robber until police officers arrived

    Subway sandwich worker sat on robber until police officers arrived

    via STV NEWS
  3. Secrets, lies and the murky world of espionage exposed during Spy Week

    A series of events between May 18-23 will examine facts and fiction from the world of espionage.

    [read more]

  4. Fed up Edinburgh residents take novel approach to tactical voting

    These voters are sick of political junk mail...and they're letting canvassers know exactly what they think of it.

    [Read more]

  5. Man appears in court charged with abduction and sexual assault

    Shabir Shaikh is charged with abducting a woman and assaulting her at a lay-by in Edinburgh.

    Man appears in court charged with abduction and sexual assault

    Man appears in court charged with abduction and sexual assault

    via STV NEWS
  6. Redundant Tullis Russell staff invited to meet potential employers

    Hundreds of workers were made redundant when the paper factory went into administration last week.

    Redundant Tullis Russell staff invited to meet potential employers

    Redundant Tullis Russell staff invited to meet potential employers

    via STV NEWS
  7. Redundant Tullis Russell staff invited to meet potential employers

    Hundreds of workers were made redundant when the paper factory went into administration last week.

    Redundant Tullis Russell staff invited to meet potential employers

    Redundant Tullis Russell staff invited to meet potential employers

    via STV NEWS
  8. Cala Homes 'preferred bidder' for old Boroughmuir High site

    The housebuilder has been named as the preferred bidder to take over the former high school in Bruntsfield.

    [Read more]

  9. Colonnades restaurant to open within Signet Library

    A £250,000 refurbishment will see the venue serving up a range of Scottish lunch options and afternoon tea.

    [read more]

  10. Two women in court charged with murder of 59-year-old man in flat

    Tracey McLean and Seka Ritchie appeared at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Tuesday.

    Two women in court charged with murder of 59-year-old man in flat

    Two women in court charged with murder of 59-year-old man in flat

    via STV NEWS
  11. Man in court charged with murdering 28-year-old found dead in flat

    Gavin Ross was found dead at a flat in Dunfermline on Thursday following reports of a disturbance.

    Man in court charged with murdering 28-year-old found dead in flat

    Man in court charged with murdering 28-year-old found dead in flat

    via STV NEWS
  12. Man in court charged with murdering 28-year-old found dead in flat

    Gavin Ross was found dead at a flat in Dunfermline on Thursday following reports of a disturbance.

    Man in court charged with murdering 28-year-old found dead in flat

    Man in court charged with murdering 28-year-old found dead in flat

    via STV NEWS
  13. A tonic for success? 'National Buckfast Day' planned

    A social media campaign is urging 'Buckateers' across Scotland to celebrate their love of the fortified wine on Saturday, May 9.

    [read more]

  14. Boroughmuir arts hub plan for 'worth millions' as Cala confirms rival bid

    The debate on the future of the Old Boroughmuir High School site continues as the housing giants confirm they have made a bid for the site.

    [read more]

  15. Snow plough and fire engine to be auctioned off by Edinburgh Airport

    The auction of redundant equipment also includes arrival and departure signs and cars which patrolled the airport perimeter.

    Snow plough and fire engine to be auctioned off by Edinburgh Airport

    Snow plough and fire engine to be auctioned off by Edinburgh Airport

    via STV NEWS
  16. Planning permission submitted to build film studio in Midlothian

    Developers want to build the complex out at Straiton overlooking the Pentlands.

    Planning permission submitted to build film studio in Midlothian

    Planning permission submitted to build film studio in Midlothian

    via STV NEWS
  17. Reversing driver knocked down and killed minister at rail station

    Pensioner Kelman Edwards has been tagged and banned from driving for four years after death of Rev Thomas Sinclair.

    Reversing driver knocked down and killed minister at rail station

    Reversing driver knocked down and killed minister at rail station

    via STV NEWS
  18. Educator uses Minecraft to build entire map of Scotland

    The ‘Crafting the Past’ project aims to help encourage youngsters to dig into archaeology, history and culture.

    [read more]

  19. City Centre spending boost welcomed as capital beats Scottish average

    Latest figures show Edinburgh is bucking the trend as retail sales across Scotland fall.

    [Read more]

  20. Appeal for witnesses to arrest of man who died in police custody

    Sheku Bayoh died shortly after being taken into custody in Hayfield Road, Kirkcaldy on Sunday.

    Appeal for witnesses to arrest of man who died in police custody

    Appeal for witnesses to arrest of man who died in police custody

    via STV NEWS
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