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  1. POLL RESULTS: Is big spend on Tour of Britain worth it?

    An estimated £225,000 will be spent on hosting a stage of the Tour of Britain in Edinburgh.

    The council lost out to York earlier this year in hosting a stage of the Tour de France, but given the budget cuts facing them, were they justified in their decision?

    You had your say.

  2. Edinburgh University narrow the Atlantic gap with new American connections

    A liaison office in New York City will serve to strengthen university partners in America, as well as provide support to 20,000 Edinburgh alumni in the USA.

    Edinburgh strengthens North American commitment | News |

    via ED
  3. Follow the Capitals for your own slice of action on the ice

    The boys face the Braehead Clan on October 25, with the game getting underway at 7.00pm. Expect a fiery game with plenty of bumps, bruises and some slick moves from two of Scotland's top ice-hockey teams. They play a return fixture at home on October 26 at 8.15pm.

    Capitals face @Braehead_Clan this weekend, tickets can be booked now online or on the door after 5pm! #MonTheCaps http://t.co/bNMHZ5DtKK

    Edinburgh Capitals

    @edcapitals
    via Twitter
  4. Chemical scare sparks road closure

    A chemical spill at MacFarlane Smith in Gorgie saw emergency services close roads today at around 4.20pm. A cloud of vapor rose after two chemicals mixed accidentally.

    Firefighters deal with Gorgie chemical incident

    Firefighters deal with Gorgie chemical incident

    via SCOTSMAN
  5. What does being an Edinburgh blogger taste like?

    House of Herby give you a look at their night with Fentiman's beverages. Cocktails made by a mixology master, anyone?

    A taste of being an Edinburgh blogger with Manuel Wouters & Fentim

    A taste of being an Edinburgh blogger with Manuel Wouters & Fentim

    via HOUSE OF HERBY
  6. This is definitely not the official STV Digital Spark beer

    Saturday night is the night for the first ever STV Digital Spark Award and we're delighted to confirm that guests are in for a beer-flavoured treat from our official drinks sponsor, Eden Brewery.

    We had entries in from all over Scotland, including Edinburgh, so head to the Facebook page to book your tickets for what promises to be a cracking night in Dundee.

    via
  7. Take part in the birthday of the bard celebrations

    It's William Shakespeare's 450th birthday this year, and the Shakespeare Schools Festival plans to make it one to remember with performances of his work across the country.

    You can be a part of it at the Churchill Theatre on October 30 at 7pm. Tickets are £9.90.

    WeGotTickets - Your Online Box Office - SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL:

    WeGotTickets - Your Online Box Office - SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL:

    via WEGOTTICKETS
  8. 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
  9. First look at La Belle Angele 12 years after Cowgate fire

    Hafid Mahboub is about to see his club rise from the ashes - it's a dream he's never let go of. Pamela Tulloch had a look inside before the first beats are dropped on Friday.

  10. Appeal for witnesses of an assault on Montgomery Street last night

    The assault happened at around 7.40pm when a man, 21, was seen to be in an argument with a young woman, 17 as they crossed Montgomery Street.

    Police would like to hear from two witnesses in particular. The first witness is described as in his late 40s, with a medium build and dark medium length hair. The second witness is a woman of Chinese appearance, mid 20s, 5ft 9" and of thin build. She has dark hair with a fringe, which was tied up.

    Anyone with any information they think could help the Police should contact Police Scotland on 101, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

    https://t.co/T5EnCUIiff Witness appeal following assault on Montgomery Street yesterday evening. Got information? Call us on 101

    EdinburghPolice

    @EdinburghPolice
    via Twitter
  11. TK Maxx eyes up St Andrew Square development

    Primark will be overtaken in the size ranks when TK Maxx opens its largest Edinburgh store in the new shopping mall.

  12. The Jackals to headline Oxjam at The Mash House

    It's bittersweet for the band, as their fellow rockers and good pals Delta Mainline have been forced to pull out due to injury.

    Read more about the night and take a sneak peek at the band's forthcoming album artwork at the link below.

    via
  13. Enter the Teviot House of Horrors if you dare

    Hodor from Game of Thrones and Victorian Trout Conspiracy (we have no idea either...) head up a frightening night where you won't recognise Teviot House amongst the ghouls.

    It's students only and kicks off on October 31 from 9pm. Tickets start at £4.

    Teviot House of Horrors! at Teviot Row House, Edinburgh

    Teviot House of Horrors! at Teviot Row House, Edinburgh

    via 7AHEAD
  14. Holyrood Palace will shine brighter than the stars

    The palace will be decorated inside and out, and will hark back to Queen Victoria's rein as it is decorated for the first time this Christmas.

    Palace of Holyroodhouse to light up for Edinburgh Christmas celebrations http://t.co/tscOdfst3W http://t.co/u1oUTk26TS

    Evening News

    @edinburghpaper
    via Twitter
  15. Pop the cork and enjoy Edinburgh's gin renaissance

    There are now a swathe of gin emporiums dotted around the city offering classy options for a night on the town.

    The ultimate gin lover's guide to Edinburgh | WOW247

    The ultimate gin lover's guide to Edinburgh | WOW247

    via WOW247
  16. Knots could mean World's End murderers could have been separate people

    The High Court in Livingston heard the bindings used on Christine Eadie "showed different knot-tying characteristics" to those used on Helen Scott.

    World's End: 'Likely' two teenagers were tied up by different people

    World's End: 'Likely' two teenagers were tied up by different people

    via STV
  17. Probably the best thing to come out of Essex in a while

    We Are the Ocean bring their epic, tsunami wave rock to Cabaret Voltaire tonight. Doors are at 7pm, tickets cost £12. It's sure to be reem.

    EDINBURGH we plat @cabaretvoltaire tonight! Doors at 7pm, supports come from @BoyJumpsShip & @decadeofficial ! Who's in??

    We Are The Ocean

    @wearetheocean
    via Twitter
  18. It looks like work on Portobello High School is finally underway

    The fence that will ring the site is reportedly being laid at the moment. The new school, set to cost £41 million, was finally given the go ahead in June after ten years of debate.

    Finally! Posts going in for the construction fence around new porty high site #getitbuilt http://t.co/POFeNcaX16

    New Porty High

    @NewPortyHigh
    via Twitter
  19. Catch up with the STV News lunchtime broadcast

    Millions of medical aprons and facemasks are being sent by the NHS in Scotland to West Africa, to help fight the battle against Ebola.

    via STV
  20. Painting a picture of Scottish Renaissance Jewellery

    The Scottish National Gallery will scrutinise their impressive collection of portraits and examine the finer details of jewellery that is now largely lost.

    The event is free and begins at 12:45pm on October 22, at the Hawthornden Lecture Theatre.

    National Galleries of Scotland

    National Galleries of Scotland

    via NATIONALGALLERIES
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