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  1. Historic fire fund to help future fire victims

    The Great Fire of Edinburgh burned for two days in November 1824.

    A fund was established to help rebuild the damage buildings and offer financial help to those who had suffered.

    Of this, £11,000 was left over and this was placed into what became known as the Surplus Fire Fund.

    After lying dormant for almost 200 years, this fund has grown to a value of £1.25m and produces an income of around £40,000 a year.

    Fund to help Edinburgh fire victims for the first time in 200 years

    Fund to help Edinburgh fire victims for the first time in 200 years

    via STV EDINBURGH
  2. High profile Scottish football figures face massive bills over tax scheme

    High profile figures associated with Scottish football could face paying out thousands of pounds to HM Revenue and Customs following a probe into an alleged tax avoidance scheme.

    High profile Scottish football figures face massive bills over tax sch

    High profile Scottish football figures face massive bills over tax sch

    via STV NEWS
  3. Watch: George Square bin lorry crash police report sent to prosecutors

    Police Scotland has submitted its initial report on the investigation into the bin lorry crash in Glasgow last month to the Crown Office.

    Catch-up on more of the latest headlines with the STV News at six.

    via STV
  4. Family anger as axe killer enjoys day trips four years after killing

    Roger Geddes was sentenced to remain at Carstairs Hospital 'without limit of time'.

    Family anger as axe killer enjoys day trips four years after killing

    Family anger as axe killer enjoys day trips four years after killing

    via STV NEWS
  5. Libertines are the first headline act announced for T in the Park 2015

    In an exciting announcement from festival organisers made tonight (Thursday, January 29) The Libertines are the first act announced to be playing the festival as it moves to its new home, Strathallan Castle, from its old Balado site.

    T in the Park 2015: The Libertines announced as first headliner

    T in the Park 2015: The Libertines announced as first headliner

    via STV ENTERTAINMENT
  6. NUS Scotland: University heads too often 'male, pale and stale'

    The people running Scotland's universities are too often "male, pale and stale", a student body has said.

    National Union of Students (NUS) Scotland said a radical shake-up of university governance was needed to make higher education institutions more democratic and transparent.

    NUS Scotland: University heads too often 'male, pale and stale'

    NUS Scotland: University heads too often 'male, pale and stale'

    via STV NEWS
  7. Development of new affordable homes unveiled in Ratho

    A new £2.5 million housing development of affordable homes was unveiled today by Edinburgh City's Housing Leader, Councillor Cammy Day.

    Located in Ratho, 'The Mooring' consists of 19 modern, energy efficient properties soon to be available for social and intermediate rent.

    via STV
  8. Campaign launched to save Blackford Green Belt land

    Midmar Paddock is under threat from potential developers - now the local community plans to get involved.

  9. Deal of the Day: Dalhousie Castle

    Becoming royalty isn’t as easy as it looks: we’ve been hanging about trendy West London nightclubs in our best tiaras and Prince Harry hasn’t even given us a second look.

    Get the royal lifestyle without the scary in-laws with today’s deal for an indulgent spa experience for one with a choice of treatment, Champagne afternoon tea and use of leisure facilities for just £45 or one night DBB for two with wine and use of leisure facilities for £139 at Dalhousie Castle.

    Dalhousie Castle DBB

    Dalhousie Castle DBB

    via ITISON
  10. Access to student emails come in bid to help missing person cases

    In hopes of aiding missing persons cases, the University of Edinburgh has granted police access to student emails.

    University gives police access to student e-mails

    University gives police access to student e-mails

    via SCOTSMAN
  11. Scots dogs are embracing the snow

    Adorable videos have graced the web today of Scottish dogs who are out and about lapping up the snow.

    One Edinburgh owner captured his two Staffordshire bull terriers enjoying the snow in Livingston, West Lothian.

    VIDEO: Scots dogs enjoy the snow

    VIDEO: Scots dogs enjoy the snow

    via DEADLINENEWS
  12. Would you like to perform in the Spiegeltent at Fringe 2015?

    Captivate Theatre is looking for fresh local talent to be a part of the Les Miserables show at the Spiegeltent this summer. Building on last year's success with Sunshine on Leith, Captivate is excited to bring the moving musical to life.

    All performers must be 19 or under and in full time education.

    via STV
  13. So tell us...What do YOU love about Edinburgh?

    We're still asking...What do YOU love most about our wonderful Capital?

  14. Developers plan new district for West Edinburgh

    Plans to build a new district on fields and scrublands next to Edinburgh Airport have today pressed forward.

    Developers have submitted the blueprints for an International Business Gateway which will see more than 2000 homes, office space and shopping centers built.

    Read the full Evening News article here.

    West Edinburgh expansion step closer to reality

    West Edinburgh expansion step closer to reality

    via SCOTSMAN
  15. Shopkeepers say too much Royal Mile bagpipes

    Shopkeepers on the Royal Mile have asked for busking bagpipers to cut the noise and nuisance to local business.

    They've asked that bagpipers hours are restricted where to date they have been allowed to play around-the-clock.

    Read more on the story here.

    Royal Mile call for bagpipers' hours to be cut

    Royal Mile call for bagpipers' hours to be cut

    via SCOTSMAN
  16. Tea for a Tenner: Roasted chicken thighs in a baked parcel with tabbouleh

    Did you love last night's Lebanese-inspired dish from Bon Vivant's Nico Ewart? Recreate it at home with our easy-to-follow recipe.

  17. Tom Pigeon illustration matches the snow outside

    Definitely worth a visit on a crisp winters day, The Red Door Gallery on Victoria Street showcases a stunning variety of local artwork.

    Jewellery designers, Tom Pigeon, are currently featuring their 3D illustrations of snow in the window of the gallery. Beautiful when the real stuff falls.

    Hey yeah @tompigeon... Your beautiful #illustrations of #snow is showered in Real Snow today #Edinburgh http://t.co/ac4XGMGwiv

    The Red Door Gallery

    @RedDoor_Gallery
    via Twitter
  18. Gordon Brown offers to act as mediator in bid to save Tesco jobs

    The former Prime Minister has called on Tesco to reconsider the closure in a bid to save 189 jobs.

    Gordon Brown offers to act as mediator in bid to save Tesco jobs

    Gordon Brown offers to act as mediator in bid to save Tesco jobs

    via STV NEWS
  19. The ultimate jazz trio start the weekend early

    It's an outstanding evening of jazz lined up at Henderson's tonight.

    Ged Brockie is one third of the affair - Scotland's ultimate jazz guitarist with an international following.

    Fraser, Ged and Doug play Hendersons at St. Johns

    Fraser, Ged and Doug play Hendersons at St. Johns

    via 7AHEAD
  20. Scottish students sweep up qualifications

    Figures published by Holyrood Magazine today reveal that the number of students getting HNC and HND's is up by 36% and those getting degrees is up by 121%.

    We are a bright bunch.

    FM: Number of students getting HNCs and HNDs is up 36%, number getting degrees up 121%. But need more girls and women in STEM. #fmqs

    Holyrood magazine

    @HolyroodDaily
    via Twitter
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