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  1. With a flurry of lights and a whole lot of fireworks, Christmas comes to Edinburgh

    From dancers and talking sticks to fiery starbursts of colour set to explode in the sky, the festive season officially lauches in the city tonight. Have a wee mulled wine on us folks, and we'll catch you bright and early in the morning - hopefully with the scent of Christmas still lingering in the air.

    @forthone presenter @ArleneStuart973 has just announced the start of #LightNight 2014! http://t.co/85LLWqFUqf

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  2. Miniature worlds go on show at Scotland's train stations

    When a Luxembourg artist met a Scottish fishmonger, it was inevitable that interesting and wonderful things would happen.

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  3. Powerful play captures Edinburgh's role in the war

    When the War Came Home is a new play performed by the Citadel Arts Group to highlight the important role that ordinary local people took on during the Zeppelin raids and fighting over in France. Dates for your diary: St Bride's Centre on 14th January at 7pm and Tynecastle High School on 16th January at 7pm.

    via STV
  4. Your favourite Christmas toys from days gone by

    Check out the top 10 best selling toys of the past 50 years, including Cabbage Patch Dolls, Rubik's cube, Monopoly, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figurines and Buzz Lightyear:

  5. A scavenger hunt and banned books at the capital's Book Week Scotland

    This year's programme is a real page turner. Here's our pick of thrilling events on this wee - some involve exercise and others just require your ears.

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  6. Bin lorry driver dies in hospital after being crushed by own truck

    The driver was pinned against a wall after his lorry mounted a pavement near Edinburgh. Full story here:

    Bin lorry driver dies in hospital after being crushed by own truck

    Bin lorry driver dies in hospital after being crushed by own truck

    via STV
  7. Disabled 'losing out' on support grants to help them into work

    Information published by the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe) shows that while 8% of the people who receive Access to Work payments live in Scotland, only 6% of the funds spent on the scheme have gone to people north of the border.

    Disabled 'losing out' on support grants to help them into work

    Disabled 'losing out' on support grants to help them into work

    via STV
  8. Scotland to host international ice skating competition for impaired skaters

    "Seeing these kids take to the ice will break your heart, but only in the very best of ways."

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  9. Romantic stay for two at award-winning Perthshire hotel

    £89 instead of £236 for a luxurious overnight stay for two with breakfast in a Classic room at the award-winning 4* Ballathie House Hotel in Perthshire plus a bottle of wine to share on arrival – check it out here:

    4* Ballathie House overnight, Perthshire

    4* Ballathie House overnight, Perthshire

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  10. Plans for police box cafe kiosk on Market Street

    Another police box is being eyed up as a cafe spot in the city. Here's what the owners have in mind.

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  11. Scotland receives record warmest year so far

    It might be hard to believe as you reach for your coat this brisk November day, but according to the National Climatic Data Centre, Scotland - and indeed a great many spots across the world, have experienced record warm temperatures on land and sea this year. Check it out:

    via STV
  12. Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson on the magic of storytelling

    Popular children's character Stick Man is arriving live on stage today at St Andrew Square from 11am if you have the kids dressed and ready to go. He has a bit of a tough time of it though. A dog wants to play fetch with him and he even ends up on fire. Here's an interview with his creator Julia Donaldson -the author behind The Gruffalo.

    Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson on the magic of storytelling

    Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson on the magic of storytelling

    via STV
  13. YMCA Scotland appoints first woman leader in 90 years

    "I am excited by the challenges of the job ahead that will enable me to speak out with and for young people, many of whom are vulnerable and marginalised."

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  14. Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

    Scotland rounded off 2014 with another hugely encouraging display as they swept five tries past Tonga in a 37-12 win at Kilmarnock's Rugby Park.

    Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

    Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

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  15. This is the moment a bin lorry took a bit of a slip at South Queensferry harbour

    A refuse lorry was left hanging over the pier at South Queensferry harbour yesterday after coming to a rest hanging over the water. The driver is currently in hospital and police are appealing for witnesses. If you can help, please call them on 101.

    Appeal after lorry accident in South Queensferry

    Appeal after lorry accident in South Queensferry

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  16. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    A HenPower project hatched south of the border to foster feathered friendships between elderly residents and chickens is about to arrive in Scotland.

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  17. All you need to know about Edinburgh's Christmas lights

    Hey there Edinburgh! Tonight's the night when the capital will begin to shimmer and sparkle in all its festive glory. Handy hint... get to George Street early.

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  18. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Edinburgh care homes to combat loneliness

    That's all folks, we hope you have a cracking Saturday night. We'll leave you with this egg-cellent tale of a chicken pilot project brought in to foster feathered friendships with our elderly population. Just tap the hen for the full story:

  19. Wave energy development body set up to 'encourage innovation'

    The announcement came less than 24 hours after an Edinburgh wave company entered administration.

    Wave energy development body set up to 'encourage innovation'

    Wave energy development body set up to 'encourage innovation'

    via STV
  20. Jackie Stewart talks about the stigma of being called 'stupid'

    He never passed his 11-plus, was regarded as "thick" by some of his teachers in Dumbarton and was 42 before he eventually discovered he had dyslexia. We hear from Scotland's favourite - Sir Jackie Stewart:

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