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  1. Leith Walk Scotmid set for revamp

    The Scotmid store at 207-209 Leith Walk could be getting a facelift, if these new plans get the green light from planners. The shop will gain a new ATM and the entrance is to be moved, indicating that the layout is likely to change internally too.

    You can find out more by searching the council planning portal for ref: 14/04143/FUL

    via STV
  2. Meet the new coffee blends at The Cameo

    They're so into coffee at The Cameo that they 'designed' their own blends.

    Introducing Our New Coffee Blends | News at Cameo Picturehouse | Edinb

    Introducing Our New Coffee Blends | News at Cameo Picturehouse | Edinb

    via PICTUREHOUSES
  3. Dine in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £24 instead of £49 for an 8oz rib-eye steak served with hand cut chips and béarnaise sauce plus a glass of wine each for two at Rick’s. That's a saving of 51%.

    Rick's steak & wine

    Rick's steak & wine

    via ITISON
  4. Wind speeds dropping off a bit

    According to the Forth Road Bridge weather station the high winds peaked about 6am this morning with gusts of about 60mph, but since then things have been calming down a bit.

    Travel: Wind and Weather | Forth Road Bridge

    Travel: Wind and Weather | Forth Road Bridge

    via FORTHROADBRIDGE
  5. Edinburgh bars barter beer for carved pumpkins

    Free beer almost never happens but this is nearly free. In the run up to Halloween three Edinburgh bars, Holyrood 9a, Red Squirrel and The Southern, will give you beer if you rock up with a carved pumpkin. It's a marketing stunt, but it's a good one.

    via STV
  6. How did they get that car out of the Water of Leith?

    Well, The Evening News has a video of that. It seems no-one is the wiser about how it get there in the first place.

    Video: Mystery as car pulled from Water of Leith http://t.co/AZVK4CNyRS http://t.co/zcdC2xZWdi

    Evening News

    @edinburghpaper
    via Twitter
  7. Rickets diagnoses in children have tripled

    Our morning news bulletin includes news that the number of children receiving diagnoses for rickets and Vitamin D deficiency have tripled.

    via STV
  8. Here's that Edinburgh Oxjam line-up in full

    Squillions of bands and DJ's over three venues on Friday night for a tenner. A good cause and very good value, we say.

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  9. Go safely into that blustery morning

    It's not brolly weather that's for sure, but then it's not too likely to rain until this evening.

    via STV
  10. City academics back industrial action

    Staff at Edinburgh University and Heriot Watt have both backed proposed strike action over pensions.

    Scots university staff vote for industrial action in pensions row

    Scots university staff vote for industrial action in pensions row

    via STV
  11. Edinburgh today: Stormy weather as The Subways and Man-made play live

  12. Morning, the bridge is closed

    It's a stormy day so far today, with reports of strong gusts over the Firth of Forth. The Forth Road Bridge is closed to high-sided vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists at the moment.

    There's also some westbound congestion on Queensferry Road this morning, but this is being caused by roadworks, not the storm.

    High winds - Bridge closed to high sided vehicles, cars with trailers, caravans, motorcycles, bicycles and pedestri...

    Forth Road Bridge

    @forthroadbridge
    via Twitter
  13. POLL RESULTS: The 5p charge on disposable bags

    Shoppers now have to pay 5p for carrier bags from supermarkets, high street stores, corner shops and takeaways. Earlier today we asked you whether the charge will stop you using disposable bags from shops. Here's how the poll went:

    POLL: Carrier bag charge - a good thing or a bad thing?

    POLL: Carrier bag charge - a good thing or a bad thing?

    via STV
  14. See one of the most multi-talented men in music

    Ben Watt spent twenty years as a singer-songwriter and then ten as a DJ. Now he does a bit of both, but will bring the former side of his repertoire to the Voodoo Rooms on October 27. Tickets are £17.60.

    Ben Watt Trio play The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh

    Ben Watt Trio play The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh

    via 7AHEAD
  15. GP appointments could be via webcam

    A study by the University of Edinburgh aims to find out if holding doctor's appointments on webcam or over the phone is beneficial.

    GP appointments could be conducted over telephone or by webcam

    GP appointments could be conducted over telephone or by webcam

    via STV
  16. The Boys Eat Scotland and Beyond try Just Burgers and Beers

    The blogging boys were looking for a restaurant that did what it said on the tin.

    The Boys Eat Scotland and Beyond..............: Just Burgers and Beers

    The Boys Eat Scotland and Beyond..............: Just Burgers and Beers

    via THEBOYSEATSCOTLAND
  17. Get ready to make stories of your own

    The Scottish International Storytelling Festival is nearly upon us. From October 24- November 2, an exciting mixture of family and adult only events will serve to set your imagination aflame as the cold of winter sets in.

    The Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2014

    The Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2014

    via VISITSCOTLAND
  18. Get away for a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £189 instead of up to £380 for a luxury overnight stay with full Scottish breakfast for two with a choice of three course dinner or £90 towards spa treatments or a round of golf on the Kintyre course at the award-winning five star Trump Turnberry. That's a saving of up to 50%.

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    via ITISON
  19. Delivery driver at the mercy of hurricane winds

    A van driver felt the full force of 80mph winds on the Forth Bridge and was forced to abandon his vehicle.

    Van driver went onto Forth Road Bridge in 'extremely dangerous' winds

    Van driver went onto Forth Road Bridge in 'extremely dangerous' winds

    via STV
  20. Stockbridge restaurateurs whisk up menu based on customer favourites

    Owners of The Stockbridge Restaurant spill the beans on the secrets behind their success on their tenth birthday, including their top ten best-selling dishes.

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