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  1. Hibernian join Hearts in race to sign ex-Celtic defender Lewis Toshney

    The 22-year-old was freed from his registration with the Hoops at midnight on Monday, leaving him free to look for a new club without the need to sign before the 11pm deadline.

    Hibernian join Hearts in race to sign ex-Celtic defender Lewis Toshney

    Hibernian join Hearts in race to sign ex-Celtic defender Lewis Toshney

    via STV
  2. Forth Bridges Festival kicks off this Thursday

    This year marks 50 years since the Forth Road Bridge opened and to celebrate there is an incredible lineup of events planned. Here's our picks.

    REPORT BY: Joe Birchenall

  3. Indyref Daily: Salmond moves to Hull City in Transfer Deadline Day surprise

    Here is Stephen Daisley's latest Indyref Daily.

    Indyref Daily: Salmond moves to Hull City in Transfer Deadline Day sur

    Indyref Daily: Salmond moves to Hull City in Transfer Deadline Day sur

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  4. Enjoy a delicious dinner in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £16 instead of up to £40 for a starter and main course for two or £30 instead of up to £81 for four at The Mill Inn in Clyde Valley; less than an hour's drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow through beautiful countryside. That's a saving of up to 63%

    The Mill Inn dining, Clyde Valley

    The Mill Inn dining, Clyde Valley

    via ITISON
  5. See the highlights from the impressive VM Fireworks Concert

    More than 400,000 fireworks lit up Edinburgh's night sky last night. STV News' Kirsty Malcolm caught the action from Princes Street Gardens.

    via STV
  6. Celtic's Dylan McGeouch completes season-long loan move to Hibernian

    Midfielder McGeouch has only made one appearance under new Hoops boss Ronny Deila, playing the full 90 minutes in the 1-0 loss to Inverness CT.

    Celtic's Dylan McGeouch completes season-long loan move to Hibernian

    Celtic's Dylan McGeouch completes season-long loan move to Hibernian

    via STV
  7. Full panda update from STV News: Tian Tian 'may not give birth'

    According to experts, Tian Tian should have gone into labour over the weekend and experts fear "bad news" regarding a pregnancy after hormone tests. However Edinburgh Zoo has said there is still a chance she could give birth to a live cub.

    Panda 'may not give birth' after Edinburgh Zoo reveals further tests

    Panda 'may not give birth' after Edinburgh Zoo reveals further tests

    via STV
  8. Caledonia cover for food banks reaches number 16 in Scottish charts

    More money is expected to be donated to a Glasgow food bank as the Libations' cover, featuring Edinburgh musicians, climbs the charts.

    REPORT BY: David Bateman

  9. Still hope for baby panda despite 'bad news' from zoo

    Edinburgh Zoo has released a statement saying: "Tian Tian is now past her due date and the evidence suggests that this may be bad news."

    But they don't know for sure. Iain Valentine, Director of Giant Pandas for the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, says there's still a chance she'll give birth to a live cub:

    "I must stress, as there has been a lot in the news recently about pandas ‘faking’ it, that this was definitely not a pseudo or phantom pregnancy."

    Read more from Edinburgh Zoo at this link.

    Edinburgh Zoo - Tian Tian Giant Panda Pregnancy Statement

    Edinburgh Zoo - Tian Tian Giant Panda Pregnancy Statement

    via EDINBURGHZOO
  10. Kelly-Ann Woodland has this afternoon's STV News

    The rate of children dying from cancer in Scotland has dropped by more than a third in the last decade.

    via STV
  11. Gary Oliver goes out on loan to Stenhousemuir

    Hearts striker Gary Oliver has agreed to join Scottish League 2 side Stenhousemuir on loan.

    Oliver out on loan | Hearts News | Hearts News | News | Hearts | Heart

    Oliver out on loan | Hearts News | Hearts News | News | Hearts | Heart

    via HEARTSFC
  12. New restaurant adding some heat to George Street

    Las Iguanas has announced it will open its third Scottish branch by the end of the month offering tapas, Brazilian curries and flaming fajitas.

    REPORT BY: Claire White

  13. One Direction Tribute Band gig cancelled

    The Edinburgh Corn Exchange has released a statement on Facebook and Twitter explaining that "due to unforeseen circumstances" this Friday night's One Direction Tribute Band gig has been cancelled.

    Tickets outlets will be emailing everybody who purchased tickets with details of how to get a refund. Corn Exchange will be announcing a rescheduled date soon

    Due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict our One Direction Tribute Band event at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange on... http://t.co/ZsZCbNtd1w

    Corn Exchange

    @Ed_CornExchange
    via Twitter
  14. Lorry driver fell asleep at wheel killing two charity cyclists

    Robert Palmer, 32, hit Andrew McMenigall, 47, and Toby Wallace, 36, who died almost instantly in the crash on the A30 in Newquay, Cornwall, on July 2 last year.

    Lorry driver fell asleep at wheel killing two charity cyclists

    Lorry driver fell asleep at wheel killing two charity cyclists

    via STV
  15. Burgeoning Edinburgh fashion designers stamping their mark

    Fashion can be fickle, but one thing is for sure - if you're good you will be noticed like Edinburgh College of Art graduates Jenny Frew and Colleen Leitch.

    REPORT BY: Bronwyn Torrie

  16. Looks like it's going to clear up this week

    Here is Sean with his latest weather forecast. Sunny spells and temperatures in the low twenties predicted, with the risk of some showers on Thursday.

    via STV
  17. Enjoy a delicious dinner in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £16 instead of up to £40 for a starter and main course for two or £30 instead of up to £81 for four at The Mill Inn in Clyde Valley; less than an hour's drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow through beautiful countryside. That's a saving of up to 63%

    The Mill Inn dining, Clyde Valley

    The Mill Inn dining, Clyde Valley

    via ITISON
  18. Apex Hotel to host referendum media hub

    A roof top restaurant in the Grassmarket is to be transformed into an international media hub for hundreds of journalists expected to cover the Independence Referendum result.

    Cllr Frank Ross, Economy Convener, City of Edinburgh Council, said: “We want to give the best possible welcome to many hundreds of journalists travelling from across the globe to cover this truly historic event.

    “We are extremely grateful to the Apex International for their support in hosting the ‘This Is Edinburgh Media Centre.”

    via STV
  19. Ladies who leap: Free parkour training sessions

    Described as the ultimate rebel’s game, with no rules, equipment or winners, parkour has spread around the world and landed in Edinburgh.

    REPORT BY: Laura Piper

  20. Not quite as good as an Oyster Card then

    We asked our Twitter followers what they thought of the new Lothian Buses pre-paid card and a couple of people have pointed out that they're not as good as London's Oyster Cards.

    @STVEdinburgh @on_lothianbuses Why not make m-tickets app smart like an Oyster card - charge for singles or day ticket if used >2 per day

    Mark Murphy

    @SwiffedIT
    via Twitter
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