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  1. Poll: What do you think of the proposed ban on school parking?

    Traffic would be banned from streets outside or around school entrances at specific times of the day, typically during the school run. 31 schools expressed interest in the idea, with a ten scheme plan across 11 schools being drawn up.

  2. The sky will come alive with beautiful thunder

    Tickets for the Meadowbank Fireworks Display are on sale now, so don't miss your chance to witness a spectacular show on 5th November. Tickets are £6.50.

    Meadowbank Fireworks Display Tickets on sale now!

    Meadowbank Fireworks Display Tickets on sale now!

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    The inaugural STV Digital Spark Award takes place on Saturday night as part of the Dundee Literary Festival and we'd like to invite you to help us decide the winner.

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  4. Have a butcher's at Scottish Sausage Week

    Award winning butchers Crombies launched a new sage and onion banger to mark the occasion.

    Edinburgh butcher launches Scottish Sausage Week

    Edinburgh butcher launches Scottish Sausage Week

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  5. Playing out his dreams as a wee Jambo

    Neil Alexander grew up tossing and turning as he dreamt of playing in an Edinburgh derby.

    Neil Alexander ready to fulfil boyhood dream in Edinburgh derby

    Neil Alexander ready to fulfil boyhood dream in Edinburgh derby

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  6. Looking for a last minute thing to do?

    If you're quick you can catch The Stand's Thursday Show with Mick Ferry, Matt Green, Chris Conroy, Larah Bross and compere extraordinaire Bruce Devlin. The show starts at 9pm, pick up a ticket on the door for £10.

    The Stand Comedy Club - The Thursday Show

    The Stand Comedy Club - The Thursday Show

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  7. Capital performance dedicated to fallen soldier

    The Canadian national orchestra concert at the Usher Hall tonight was initially intended to pay tribute to victims of the First World War but will now be dedicated to Corporal Nathan Cirillo, who was gunned down while standing guard at the National War Memorial on Wednesday.

    Canadian orchestra dedicate performance to soldier killed in Ottawa

    Canadian orchestra dedicate performance to soldier killed in Ottawa

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  8. There is Oneman you need to see tonight at Sneaky Pete's

    It's a sold out show, but you still have a chance to see DJ Oneman with limited tickets being sold on the door tonight. The show starts at 11pm, so get down early with your doubloons and nab a great night.

    Todd Edwards - I'm Not Afraid (Taken from Solitaire Vol. 3) by DJ Onem

    Todd Edwards - I'm Not Afraid (Taken from Solitaire Vol. 3) by DJ Onem

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  9. Make-up the foundation for cosmetic charity canvas

    Artist Wendy Helliwell has revealed her latest masterpiece in honour of her mother, who passed away from breast cancer.

  10. Treat yourself in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £29 instead of £60 for a three course meal for two at The Boat House in South Queensferry with views of the River Forth; serving up a delicious menu of fresh seafood. That's a saving of 52%.

    Seaside dining, South Queensferry

    Seaside dining, South Queensferry

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  11. An Element of change is well underway

    Element closed their doors on Sunday night for a makeover, and they haven't wasted any time in getting to work. Keep up with their progress on Facebook.

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  12. Oxjam takes control of the town this Friday

    An ample bunch of musical maestros will grace the town this weekend as part of the Edinburgh Oxjam Takeover 2014. From 5pm-3am and across the Mash House, Sneaky Pete's and The Banshee Labyrinth, you can enjoy The Jackals, Book Group, Now Wakes the Sea and much more for only £10.

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  13. Essential Edinburgh: Ten albums that soundtrack our city

    The Rezillos, Scars and Boards of Canada bump shoulders in this list of great Auld Reekie records. Do you think anyone has been hard done by to not make it onto the list?

    10 Essential Edinburgh Albums | Treble

    10 Essential Edinburgh Albums | Treble

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  14. There are delicious plans in place for restaurant day

    Timo Santala, the founder of restaurant day in Finland and a food journalist talks about Edinburgh's plans for restaurant day this year, which lands on November 15. Take a listen.

    Restaurant Day Presentation by Nordic Horizons

    Restaurant Day Presentation by Nordic Horizons

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  15. Discover more about the Old Town witch trials at Gladstone's Land this Halloween

    Visitors to the National Trust for Scotland property can discover more about the infamous witch trials of the Old Town by following their Witchy Trails around one of the Royal Mile's oldest houses between October 25 and 31.

    There's also Witchy Trails storytelling for little witches and warlocks on Saturday at 2pm and 3.30pm.

    via STV
  16. Tesla brings first Scottish Supercharger to Edinburgh

    Good news for anyone with an electric car: free energy. American firm Tesla has opened its first electric car charging point in Scotland at Edinburgh Airport.

    The Supercharger allows owners of the firm’s Model S or X sports coupes to recharge their cars for free.

    Company director Georg Ell said: “It’s an exciting time for Tesla in Scotland... watch this space for more activity.”

    via STV
  17. Sample a taste of France in the calvados celebrations

    The apple brandy is a trademark French spirit, and is being celebrated across the UK next week.

    Panda & Sons, The Voodoo Rooms, The Bon Vivant Thistle Street, Hotel Bia Bistro and Bond No 9 will all be serving up the tipple. Santé

    Bars across UK to celebrate calvados with cocktails and events

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  18. Solomons: Let's press on against Lyon

    The Edinburgh coach urged his players to give their all on Friday and build on their back to back match winning streak.

    Alan Solomons: Edinburgh must keep momentum going

    Alan Solomons: Edinburgh must keep momentum going

    via SCOTSMAN
  19. Catch up with the latest STV News bulletin

    We have all your latest news right here in this handy catch up.

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  20. You saw it, you claimed it, you touched it and it's up for five BAFTAS

    The Proclaimers-fueled feel good musical movie Sunshine on Leith was nominated five times across Best Film, Peter Mullan for Best Actor, Jane Horrocks and Freya Mavor for Best Actress and Dexter Fletcher for Best Director.

    Sunshine on Leith leads the way at this year's Scottish BAFTAs with five nominations: http://t.co/LMCGipgqXy http://t.co/lLiNyfPAP6

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