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  1. Enough monkeying around for one day folks...

    We'll leave you until tomorrow with pictures of the first chimpanzee to be successfully born in Scotland in 15 years. Edinburgh meet Velu.

    First look at Edinburgh Zoo's new baby chimpanzee Velu

    First look at Edinburgh Zoo's new baby chimpanzee Velu

    via STV
  2. STV News catchup: All the biggest stories of the day

    A leading figure in the oil and gas industry has claimed the Scottish Government's North Sea estimates are up to 60 percent too high.

    via STV
  3. Black Caps bully Scotland in cricket one-dayer

    The short and sharp match saw New Zealand A bowl the Scots over with centuries going to Grant Elliot and Michael Bracewell.

    Tour Match: Scotland v New Zealand A at Edinburgh, Aug 20, 2014 | Live

    Tour Match: Scotland v New Zealand A at Edinburgh, Aug 20, 2014 | Live

    via ESPNCRICINFO
  4. Jam Tarts are ready to line up against Livingston

    Here's the Hearts line up as they prepare to face Livingston tonight. For any Jambos who are out of the loop, kick off is at 7:45pm.

    Team to face Livingston this evening: http://t.co/TzplkBEabO

    Heart of Midlothian

    @JamTarts
    via Twitter
  5. Twisting and shaking, Mother Nature returns to our screens with mass destruction

    Into the Storm features all the key components of a weather blockbuster, including the occasional windswept cow. Director Steven Quale, is no stranger to creating an onscreen storm, after huge films such as Titanic and Final Destination 5.

    via STV
  6. Lochend boxers put down their gloves and pick up the ice buckets...

    Here's John Thain of the club gritting his teeth and going the distance for a quadruple ice bucket challenge.

    John Thain accepting his nomination from Tommy Philbin :-D listen up for his nominations hehehe http://t.co/jO2ZNtDCjs

    Lochend Boxing Club

    @Lochend_ABC
    via Twitter
  7. Dine out in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £39 instead of £65 for a two-course dinner for two with a glass of Prosecco and tea or coffee each for two people at the AA Rosette North Bridge Brasserie within the five-star Scotsman Hotel.

    Today's deal from itison

    Today's deal from itison

    via ITISON
  8. We moustache you a question: Have you heard of Freddie Day?

    Hard Rock Cafe Edinburgh will step up their facial furniture and become Freddie For A Day on September 5, to raise funds and awareness for the Phoenix Mercury Trust and the ongoing battle with AIDS and HIV.

    via STV
  9. Company fined £12,000 after employee crushed by reversing lorry

    Macfarlan Smith, a pharmaceutical company based in Edinburgh, were fined after Alexander Mackenzie was killed on September 30, 2011.

    Company fined £12,000 after employee crushed by reversing lorry

    Company fined £12,000 after employee crushed by reversing lorry

    via STV
  10. The Craic Dealer has arrived in the capital for #EdFringe

    Dara O'Briain as he's better known, has already caught up in the Edinburgh Tram controversy as the comedian arrived in the city by taxi. His #EdFringe show kicks off tomorrow at Assembly Checkpoint.

    Enjoying how many people are complaining that I haven't taken the tram.

    Dara Ó Briain

    @daraobriain
    via Twitter
  11. Nominees are in for the unofficial Oscars of comedy

    Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards nominees were announced this afternoon. Have you been to see any of these characters this #EdFringe?

    Best Comedy Show Nominees 2014: @JamesAcaster @RomeshRanga @samsimmonss @sarapascoe @AlexHorne @johnsfurcoat and Liam Williams

    FostersComedyAwards

    @ComedyAwards
    via Twitter
  12. Do you ever wonder what it takes to plan a festival?

    The planning for Samhuinn Fire Festival 2014 which takes place on October 31 is underway and the team are offering the public a sneak peek behind the scenes at the festival committee.

    Laying the foundations of a festival

    Laying the foundations of a festival

    via BELTANE FIRE SOCIETY
  13. Auditions open for Scotland’s first 'Granny Girl Band'

    Good singing voice? Handy on the drums? Collect a pension? You're in luck - an Edinburgh talent agency want you to help form the first over-65 girl band.

    REPORT BY: Laura Piper

  14. Kickstarter asks: 'Por favor, você pode me ajudar?'

    Brazil inspired eaterie asking public to please help them raise funds to buy police box they've been renting after it goes up for sale. REPORT BY: Claire White

  15. Fill your basket and your belly at Bruntsfield's new 181 Delicatessen

    Husband and wife duo Mark and Charlotte Billinghurst have years of deli experience behind them, now they have a place to call their own and it's pretty special.

    REPORT BY: Claire White

  16. Fresh Fringe gives you the Inside Track on the festival

    Freshair.org.uk are Edinburgh's student radio station, and have been raising money for Waverley Care through these podcasts. Here's today's new release.

    The Inside Track Vol.5, by Fresh Fringe

    The Inside Track Vol.5, by Fresh Fringe

    via BANDCAMP
  17. GQ claim their Festival tip-offs are top class

    Here are the cream of the Edinburgh Fringe festival comedian crop, according to British GQ.

    These are the stand-ups you need to see before the #edinburghfringe festival ends: http://t.co/FO6Zu8wkoX

    British GQ

    @BritishGQ
    via Twitter
  18. Fears over the depths pockets are tested during the Fringe

    It has been said that Edinburgh's reputation could be threatened by hotel prices during the festival period.

    Hotel rates during Edinburgh festival at 'limits of tolerable'

    Hotel rates during Edinburgh festival at 'limits of tolerable'

    via STV
  19. STV News catchup with Kelly-Ann Woodland

    A new report has found that almost one million Scots cannot afford adequate housing conditions and more than a quarter of a million are not properly fed.

    via STV
  20. Here's our weather blether to keep you right

    Sean Batty brings you his latest report to ensure you know whether you're packing your aftersun or your anorak.

    via STV
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