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  1. Namisu proved what they could do after crowdfunding success

    Ever fancied a 3d printed T Rex head on your desk?

    Designers kick-start careers by giving the power to the people

    Designers kick-start careers by giving the power to the people

    via STV
  2. STV News: Emotional scenes at Holyrood

    There's been an emotional plea for the families of the Vale of Leven victims to receive proper compensation. Labour MSP Jackie Baillie broke down at Holyrood as she said the families deserved better.

    via STV
  3. Get your New Year's health kick in early

    There are plenty of places in Edinburgh to implement some healthy eating on the go.

    Restaurants with Healthy Menus: Restaurants in Edinburgh

    Restaurants with Healthy Menus: Restaurants in Edinburgh

    via 10BEST
  4. Is your sous vide machine sitting there doing nothing?

    If so, here's a great fish sous vide recipe from Edinburgh Foody. It's a quick, efficient and tasty way to cook, and the results speak for themselves.

    A whole fish cooked sous vide? Yes it's easy | Edinburgh Foody

    A whole fish cooked sous vide? Yes it's easy | Edinburgh Foody

    via EDINBURGHFOODY
  5. Don't forget, the recycling drive starts this week

    If you are one of the 17,000 homes involved in the new kerbside recycling service, then read carefully.

    New recycling service

    via EDINBURGH
  6. Tennent's reintroduce famous city glasses with Edinburgh edition

    The glasses, pictured below, are now on sale from the brand's new online store. Which local phrases and famous landmarks can you spot on each one?

    via STV
  7. Christmas is not all to do with wealth, sometimes it's best to do it yourself

    Ever So Juliet decided to find the best gifts that you can make yourself.

    Ever So Juliet | UK Lifestyle, Beauty & Baking blog: DIY WISHLIST

    Ever So Juliet | UK Lifestyle, Beauty & Baking blog: DIY WISHLIST

    via EVERSOJULIET
  8. Enjoy a mouth-watering meal in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £29 instead of £62 for a three course festive meal for two plus a Kir Royal cocktail each at Pierre Victoire in the New Town choosing from an exclusive set menu of mouth-watering French cuisine. That's a saving of 53%.

    Pierre Victoire Xmas dining

    Pierre Victoire Xmas dining

    via ITISON
  9. Welly boots will be essential wear as the city prepares for a certain bear

    As anticipation grows ahead of the new Paddington film, the city is awash with wellington boots and marmalade.

    Edinburgh preparing for Paddington fever

    Edinburgh preparing for Paddington fever

    via SCOTSMAN
  10. MSPs urged to help wave energy company by 'every possible means'

    Pelamis announced it was going into administration last Friday with 60 jobs under threat.

    MSPs urged to help wave energy company by 'every possible means'

    MSPs urged to help wave energy company by 'every possible means'

    via STV
  11. We check into the Spiegeltent for a sneak peek of Scotch and Soda

    We'll have more on the upcoming Christmas extravaganza of acrobatics and live music from our reporter Pamela Tulloch very soon, but for now here's a sneak peek at the action. Roll up, roll up...

    Scotch & Soda show off acrobatic skills as they settle into St Andrew Square's Spiegeltent for #Christmas http://t.co/JRi3hS2kLr

    Pamela Tulloch

    @STVPam
    via Twitter
  12. New hotel on Gardener's Street will have Apple TV in every room

    The Mercure on Gardener's Street will be open by spring reports the Scotsman, with the ability to stream You Tube and watch Netflix in every room which will boast a Apple TV box set.

    Luxury hotel to offer guests a taste of Apple TV

    Luxury hotel to offer guests a taste of Apple TV

    via SCOTSMAN
  13. Rose Street bar in its Element with new award and revamp

    It's been a popular haunt since opening in 2007, but needed a wee refresh. Take a look at why it's been named best bar and restaurant in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife.

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  14. There's no question that this young man is the bravest keeper in the land

    Mid Calder Colts under 16s goalkeeper Jak Trueman was diagnosed with Gammadelta T-Cell Lymphoma in August, and his team went on to raise over £13,600 to send him on holiday and raise money for the Sick Kids hospital.

    Trueman also previously raised £1,040 himself for Children in Need.

    via
  15. A story that you need to know: Don't miss Hockney at the Cameo

    There are still tickets left for the gala screening of Hackney: a feature length biopic celebrating the life and times of acclaimed artist, David Hockney.

    It begins at 7pm, and will be followed by a live conversation with the artist from his LA studio.

    Hockney at Cameo Picturehouse | Edinburgh

    Hockney at Cameo Picturehouse | Edinburgh

    via PICTUREHOUSES
  16. No prizes for identifying which club flag this cabbie's flying

    Sometimes, subtlety goes completely out of the window.

    @bbctravelscot Hiya TT! Surely an invitation for banter? #Hibby @bbcjohnbeattie http://t.co/xT5OUUP2QJ

    Alan Alexander

    @trapprain
    via Twitter
  17. Move along the line and bridge the gap of time

    Here's a great little piece of 'moving history' from Our Town Stories.

    Our Town Stories

    via OURTOWNSTORIES
  18. Scotland's new coach deserves no reproach

    Vern Cotter could be the man Scottish Rugby has been waiting for.

    10 Things Scotland Will Have Learnt from the Autumn Internationals - I

    10 Things Scotland Will Have Learnt from the Autumn Internationals - I

    via INTHELOOSE
  19. STV News: Health Secretary to address parliament

    Scotland's new Health Secretary will make a statement to Holyrood shortly, after an inquiry into a deadly C-difficile outbreak at the Vale of Leven Hospital found "serious personal and systemic failures".

    via STV
  20. A fallen pilot's memory will at last be there for all to see

    Flying Officer Ernest Russell Lyon, 21, was shot down over occupied France in July 1944. After being buried in an unmarked grave, his nephew mounted a decade long campaign to see his resting place properly marked.

    RAF pilot to be remembered after ten-year campaign

    RAF pilot to be remembered after ten-year campaign

    via SCOTSMAN
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