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  1. Edinburgh College of Art graduate takes gong at fashion awards

    Thanks to @eca_edinburgh who report that their former student, Colleen Leitch, has been crowned the Graduate of the Year at the prestigious Scottish Fashion Awards in London.

    Huge congratulations to @ColleenLeitch for winning Graduate of the Year at @scotfashawards! #ScottishFashionAwards #ECAalumni #ECAtalent

    EdinburghCollegeArt

    @eca_edinburgh
    via Twitter
  2. Extra showings of popular movies at the Filmhouse

    If you havent caught Two Days, One Night or Mystery Road yet, then don't worry. The Filmhouse will be screning these poular dramas for an extra week.

    Good news for those of you who haven't seen either Two Days, One Night or Mystery Road yet – we're keeping them both on for an extra week!

    Filmhouse

    @Filmhouse
    via Twitter
  3. Edinburgh restaurants triumph at Asian Food Awards

    All Media Scotland reports that a number of capital venues won gongs at the awards ceremony last night.

    Among them was the Stack Dim Sum Bar which won the Best Chinese Restaurant award and The Radhuni which won the Best Marketing Campaign title.

    National triumph for local Indian restaurant

    National triumph for local Indian restaurant

    via ALLMEDIASCOTLAND
  4. Get out onto the pitch with Edinburgh Uni's women's football

    Tonight is the last open training session before freshers week. The team are inviting anybody interested in playing for them to meet at the green pavilion in The Meadows at 7.00pm.

    Last open training before freshers week-at green pavilion in meadows 7pm! Come down and meet everyone :) @UoESportsunion @eusa @STVEdinburgh

    EU Women's Football

    @EUWAFC
    via Twitter
  5. Jim Murphy greeted by a giant chicken and bagpipes

    After getting egged in Fife, Jim Murphy has chosen to resume his referendum campaigning street tour in Edinburgh today... only to be greeted by a large crowd, a sun reporter dressed as a chicken and bag pipe player. You couldn't make it up.

    Couple of hundred turn out for Jim Murphy in Edinburgh as well as a man in a chicken costume with eggs #indyref http://t.co/8L5QD98ghR

    Simon Dedman

    @SiDedman
    via Twitter
  6. Who was at the September Scran Salon?

    Did you miss Scran Salon last night? Don't worry, they've posted a wee round-up of who was there and what they said.

    September 2014 - Edinburgh

    September 2014 - Edinburgh

    via SCRAN SALON
  7. Unison urge Provost to ditch Qatar trip

    Unison are calling on the council to snub the offer of an expenses paid trip to Qatar for the Lord Provost in order to highlight the country's poor treatment of guest workers.

    UNISON City of Edinburgh: UNISON urges Provost to decline Qatar invite

    UNISON City of Edinburgh: UNISON urges Provost to decline Qatar invite

    via UNISONEDINBURGH
  8. Locals chime in to St Stephens Church bell stooshie

    After decades of ringing out the hours, the bells at St Stephens Church have been silenced by the council after noise complaints from nearby residents. The Spurtle gets to grips with the ensuing stooshie.

    SILENCE OF THE CLANGS

    SILENCE OF THE CLANGS

    via BROUGHTONSPURTLE
  9. Gift of time: Will Scotland fund revolutionary cancer drug?

    "They can't say no. It’s like dangling a carrot in front of people. They’ve been through hell and back, they’re fighting for their lives. Everyone deserves a chance at life."

    REPORT BY: Laura Piper

  10. Edinburgh Zoo staff certain Panda was pregnant

    We've been to interview zoo staff about exactly what's going on with Tian Tian.

    via STV
  11. Police appeal for Leith rape witnesses

    Edinburgh police are appealing for witnesses after a 20-year-old woman was raped at around 4am, Saturday morning by a man of at the entrance to the Swanfield Industrial Estate, off Bonnington Road, Leith,

    Police describe the man as white, aged mid-late twenties, 5'7-6'0 in height and of slim build.

    He is said to have had a gaunt appearance, pock-marked complexion, short blonde receding hair combed forward and spoke with an eastern European accent.

    He was wearing light coloured jeans and a black long sleeved jacket with a hood.

    Anything with information can call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

    Police hunting man who raped young woman as she walked to work

    Police hunting man who raped young woman as she walked to work

    via STV
  12. Enjoy a meal out 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
  13. Young Fathers and Withered Hand up for AIM Independent Music Awards

    The awards will be announced later tonight at London's The Brewery including a fair few Edinburgh acts appearing with Scottish big names like Mogwai and Twin Atlantic. Click through for the full list of Scottish nominees.

    AIM Independent Music Awards - The Association of Independent Music

    AIM Independent Music Awards - The Association of Independent Music

    via MUSICINDIE
  14. Last day for voter registration on latest poll swings toward yes

    Kelly-Ann Woodland reports that support for Scottish independence has risen eight points in a month according to the latest poll from YouGov.

    via STV
  15. Campaigners await word on HMS Edinburgh

    Locals hopeful of bringing HMS Edinburgh to Leith docks as a permanent floating visitors attraction are on tenterhooks today, as today is the MOD deadline for bids for the ship. Will a city bid be successful?

    via
  16. Nominate your 'health hero'

    Lothian Buses aren't the only local organisation dishing out awards to their staff. NHS Lothian are also calling on the public to nominate their local "health hero" too.

    Tim Davison, Chief Executive, NHS Lothian, said: "Many of our staff go above and beyond their duties every day, put the values at the heart of every day working life and demonstrate our commitment to providing high quality patient-centred care.

    The ‘Health Hero’ Award is a way of saying thank you to those staff who provide the standards of care that NHS Lothian is so proud of.”

    Celebrating Success

    Celebrating Success

    via SCOT
  17. Clouding over later, but it should stay dry

    And it looks like it'll be pretty warm this afternoon too.

    via STV
  18. Do you have a favourite bus driver?

    Lothian Buses asks:"Is there a driver that has gone out of their way to get you to your destination, to get your lost property back or just brightens up your morning commute?"

    Click on the link below to find out how you can nominate them for an award.

    Edinburgh's Favourite Bus Driver - Lothian Buses

    Edinburgh's Favourite Bus Driver - Lothian Buses

    via LOTHIANBUSES
  19. Edinburgh today: Deadline day fallout, and the big wheel comes down

  20. #IndyRef: Tomorrow is the last day to register

    A last wee reminder from us that should you want to vote in the referendum on September 18, tomorrow is the deadline to register to vote. You can register to vote with Edinburgh city council by calling 0131 344 2500.

    Tomorrow night STV will also show the next live referendum debate between 8pm and 10pm, and with that we'll leave you for the evening folks. We'll be back bright and early with all your local news and fun.

    STV announces line-up for live referendum 'town hall' debate

    STV announces line-up for live referendum 'town hall' debate

    via STV
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