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  1. This is guaranteed to lift your mood this Tuesday night

    Edinburgh rockers Jamie & Shoony play "Beat The Good" on tonight's #FountainbridgeShow.

    Here they are livening up our Tuesday evening.

  2. Saba Douglas Hamilton joined us on #FountainbridgeShow ahead of her tour

    Former Big Cat Diary presenter joined us on the sofa and spoke about her elephant conservation work.

  3. Quarter of patients waiting longer than four hours in A&E departments

    Accident and emergency waiting time targets were missed again in January across Scotland's NHS boards as a whole.

    During the month, 3,215 people spent more than eight hours in A&E, and 703 people spent more than 12 hours in the department.

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

    via STV
  4. Northern Ireland ban on buying sex 'may drive trafficking to Scotland'

    A ban on paying for sex in Northern Ireland could drive parts of the trade to Scotland, MSPs have been told.

    Northern Ireland ban on buying sex 'may drive trafficking to Scotland'

    Northern Ireland ban on buying sex 'may drive trafficking to Scotland'

    via STV NEWS
  5. Gritters out tonight as wintry weather continues

    Icy conditions are expected overnight with gritters will be out in force across Edinbugh this evening.

    Cold again tonight with heavy wintry showers which may wash off some salt. Gritters out since 5pm retreating priority 1 routes #edintravel

    EdinburghTravelNews

    @edintravel
    via Twitter
  6. Cuckoo’s Bakery whisk into Bruntsfield with second shop

    In between creating referendum cupcakes and scooping the award for best cake in Scotland, the owners of Cuckoo’s Bakery have been hatching plans to expand.

    [Read more]

  7. Plaque honouring physicist Peter Higgs unveiled

    The Edinburgh Evening News reports that Nobel Prize-winning scientist Professor Peter Higgs has unveiled a plaque honouring his work at the site where he devised his theory on sub atomic particles in Edinburgh's Roxburgh Street in 1964.

    Peter Higgs unveils Edinburgh plaque honouring work

    Peter Higgs unveils Edinburgh plaque honouring work

    via SCOTSMAN
  8. How many films set in Edinburgh can you name?

    Edinburgh has long been used as a backdrop for films and TV shows with the city playing more than just a supporting role.

    Check out this list from The Skinny of some the most filmed locations in the capital.

    Edinburgh and Glasgow in Film - Venue guide - The Skinny

    Edinburgh and Glasgow in Film - Venue guide - The Skinny

    via THESKINNY
  9. Lothian Buses and the City of Edinburgh Council join forces to help care leavers

    Lothian Buses reports that this new project will see around 600 young people receive a free citysmart travel card that will allow them access to employment, work experience and training opportunities.

    Free bus travel for care leavers - Lothian Buses

    Free bus travel for care leavers - Lothian Buses

    via LOTHIAN BUSES
  10. Seed swap at Gorgie City Farm this Saturday

    Community Gardening Edinburgh hosts an array of gardening workshops this Saturday at Gorgie City Farm from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm.

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  11. Eleven people in court accused of operating brothels in Edinburgh

    All pleaded not guilty at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Tuesday and are due to stand trial later in the year.

    Eleven people in court accused of operating brothels in Edinburgh

    Eleven people in court accused of operating brothels in Edinburgh

    via STV NEWS
  12. Scotland set for emerald action as St Patrick's festivals launch

    The blue banners of Scotland are about to be swapped for a bright shade of green as our cities St Patrick's Day festivities get underway.

    [Read more]

  13. Massive queue for new Pinto opening

    Edinburgh's second Pinto restaurant attracts a big crowd as the Mexican kitchen opens its doors in the west end.

    Big queue on Shandwick Place for Pinto's opening in #Edinburgh #WestEnd http://t.co/E6X3fwWaTb

    Phill Gillespie

    @PhillGillespie
    via Twitter
  14. Scotland set for emerald action as St Patrick's festivals launch

    The blue banners of Scotland are about to be swapped for a bright shade of green as our cities St Patrick's Day festivities get underway.

    [Read more]

  15. Twelve trainee guide dog puppies get tour of Edinburgh Airport

    The puppies were walked through security and into the departure lounge as part of their training.

    Twelve trainee guide dog puppies get tour of Edinburgh Airport

    Twelve trainee guide dog puppies get tour of Edinburgh Airport

    via STV NEWS
  16. Trams could lose the city more money after talks about an advertising deal.

    The Evening News reports that talks have opened between the city council and JCDecaux – which already looks after advertising on bus stops across the capital – over a deal, prompting warnings of legal action from a rival firm.

    Tram adverts deal could cost city council cash

    Tram adverts deal could cost city council cash

    via SCOTSMAN
  17. Police: 'Matter of time' before someone killed in housebreaking spree

    Officers have increased efforts to catch young men from Edinburgh they believe are responsible for 50 break-ins over the last week.

    Police: 'Matter of time' before someone killed in housebreaking spree

    Police: 'Matter of time' before someone killed in housebreaking spree

    via STV NEWS
  18. Wintry weather set to continue into tomorrow

    Expect some gusty winds and showers for the rest of the day with snow still falling over the higher ground. A brighter outlook tomorrow though, with temperatures rising again to around 7C.

    via STV
  19. Pair detained in connection with armed robbery at Laing's jewellers

    Rolex watches worth £100,000 were taken from Laing's in Edinburgh's Frederick Street on Monday.

    Pair detained in connection with armed robbery at Laing's jewellers

    Pair detained in connection with armed robbery at Laing's jewellers

    via STV NEWS
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