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  1. Plans to expand Leith Walk’s shutter artwork

    Leith Walk’s shutter artwork looks set for an extension.

    Plans to expand Leith Walk's shutter artwork

    Plans to expand Leith Walk's shutter artwork

    via STV EDINBURGH
  2. 100 days until the general election as main parties tied in polls

    With a hundred days to the UK general election David Cameron and Ed Miliband need to battle it out for every single vote. Polls suggest neither Labour or the Conservatives will win a majority of seats and that the SNP may hold the balance of power in a hung parliament.

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

    via STV
  3. New speed restrictions to be enforced on Forth Road Bridge

    The Scotsman reports that traffic restrictions are to be put in place on the Forth Road Bridge, enforced by average speed cameras, during the next phase of the construction of the adjacent Queensferry Crossing.

    Forth Road Bridge: 40mph limit for crossing works

    Forth Road Bridge: 40mph limit for crossing works

    via SCOTSMAN
  4. Body found on farm in search for 'murdered' missing cannabis farmer

    A 58-year-old man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of Alexander Cameron.

    Body found on farm in search for 'murdered' missing cannabis farmer

    Body found on farm in search for 'murdered' missing cannabis farmer

    via STV NEWS
  5. Signalling problems cause delays between Haymarket and Waverley

    A signalling fault between Haymarket and Edinburgh Waverley is causing delays to trains travelling via these stations.

    NEW: Due to signal problems between #Haymarket and #Edinburgh trains via these stations may be subject to disruption. More info to follow ^A

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
  6. Dine out in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £15 instead of £30 for a gourmet sharing platter for two and a glass of wine each at fine dining restaurant, Stac Polly in New Town. That's a saving of 50%.

    Gourmet sharing platters, Stac Polly

    Gourmet sharing platters, Stac Polly

    via ITISON
  7. Don't miss out on Independent Venues Week

    With a number of gigs taking place at Sneaky Pete's and Electric Circus, Edinburgh plays host to the second ever Independent Venues Week.

    Check out this blog to find out more about what the week has in store.

    Independent Venue Week in Edinburgh - Alive & Amplified

    Independent Venue Week in Edinburgh - Alive & Amplified

    via ALIVE & AMPLIFIED
  8. Brave dad calls on Scots to take the test for World Cancer Day

    "I’ve urged all my friends to take the free test as it’s a simple test which really could save your life."

    [Read More]

  9. SRU chief proposes plan to host Scotland football team at Murrayfield

    The Daily Record reports that SRU chief executive, Mark Dodson has opened the doors to Murrayfield to host Scotland's national football team, believing it would make financial sense to have both sports housed inside the same building.

    Rugby chief throws open Murrayfield's doors to Scotland football team

    Rugby chief throws open Murrayfield's doors to Scotland football team

    via DAILYRECORD
  10. What is Edinburgh doing to mark Holocaust Memorial Day?

    Edinburgh has invited survivors and relatives of those involved to the city.

    Edinburgh Inter-Faith Association, in partnership with Boroughmuir High School, are organizing Holocaust Memorial Day Edinburgh which will follow this year’s HMD theme of ‘Keeping the Memory Alive’.

    Irena Winfield, will join us on the Fountainbridge Show tonight to give a testimony of her families’ experience of the 1915 Armenian genocide, in addition to their experiences of the later conflicts.

    She will be joined by Edinburgh Interfaith-Association manager Iain Stewart.

    via STV
  11. Alarm as Southside stairwells used as drug dens

    Householders have voiced deep concern at the news that addicts using legal highs have been sneaking into flat stairwells near Clerk Street.

    Read the full story from the Evening News here.

    Tenement stairs turned into legal high drug dens

    Tenement stairs turned into legal high drug dens

    via SCOTSMAN
  12. Nightvision is your vision for the weekend

    The folk behind Nightvision know how to see out January with a bang, as they welcome George Fitzgerald to La Belle Angele this Saturday.

    Next in the series of specially curated electronic events, put this one in the diary ahead of the weekend.

    Nightvision presents George Fitzgerald at La Belle Angele

    Nightvision presents George Fitzgerald at La Belle Angele

    via RESIDENT ADVISOR
  13. Man chucked cat over a fence after his dog attacked and injured her

    William Grubb claimed he thought the cat was dead after his greyhound attacked it in Fife.

    Man chucked cat over a fence after his dog attacked and injured her

    Man chucked cat over a fence after his dog attacked and injured her

    via STV NEWS
  14. The New Town 'door to nowhere' to re-open

    No 134 Dundas Street has long invited mystery.

    But after years of neglect it is to re-open this week to reveal a new shop that stretches along the immensely long corridor. The corridor is a whole 46m long and only 67cm wide.

    Read the full Broughton Spurtle story here.

    BRIGHT FUTURE FOR DUNDAS STREET'S DOOR TO NOWHERE | Broughton Spurtle

    BRIGHT FUTURE FOR DUNDAS STREET'S DOOR TO NOWHERE | Broughton Spurtle

    via BROUGHTONSPURTLE
  15. Construction of Queensferry Crossing reaches the halfway stage

    All three towers of the Queensferry Crossing are at more than half their final 210-metre height.

    Construction of Queensferry Crossing reaches the halfway stage

    Construction of Queensferry Crossing reaches the halfway stage

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

    "We love everything about Edinburgh but particularly the city's culture, museums, exhibitions. There's no city quite like it."

    [Read more]

  17. Watch: New polls signal the tightest UK election to date

    Today marks 100 days until the nation elects a new government and the latest polls reveal that it may be the tightest UK election yet.

    Find out what you missed this morning and get the rest of the day's headlines in our STV Edinburgh lunchtime bulletin.

    via STV
  18. Tea for a Tenner: Mussels with cider and fennel

    Mark Greenaway brightened up our Monday meal time here at the Fountainbridge Show. Here's how to enjoy his steaming cider mussels too.

  19. Plans to expand Leith Walk’s shutter artwork

    The organiser of the LeithLate festival hopes to broaden the colourful Shutter Project to Great Junction Street.

    [read more]

  20. Motivation for a run? There's a pint at the end

    Joseph Pearce's jogging club understands its still January and so has decided to mix exercise with a finish line worth crossing.

    Turn up for 7pm, run down to Sofi's bar then back to JP for a much earned beverage.

    JP's Jogging Club at Joseph Pearce's, Edinburgh

    JP's Jogging Club at Joseph Pearce's, Edinburgh

    via 7AHEAD
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