1. In with the new and out with the in

    Forget partying like it's 2015 this Hogmanay, do it old school with a night of big swing, showgirls and cocktails with Vegas! at the Voodoo Rooms.

    Vegas! at The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh

    Vegas! at The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh

    via 7AHEAD
  2. Which flicks make your 2014 pick?

    Was it a trip to the cosmos in Interstellar? How about Grand Budapest Hotel, or even How to Train Your Dragon 2? It's not easy to decide.

    Following a years fierce reviewing our film team have chosen and ranked the five best films of 2014. http://t.co/yJhzaI3MAz

    The List

    @thelistmagazine
    via Twitter
  3. Hotel could replace Old Town gap site

    A 98-bedroom hotel could fill the gap after several development attempts have since failed.

    £15m hotel to fill eyesore gap site

    £15m hotel to fill eyesore gap site

    via SCOTSMAN
  4. Book up for a musical medley in February

    Troyka are a young trio with a shared vision of combining rock, jazz and dance music to take your ears to pastures new.

    They play the Voodoo Rooms on February 8 from 7.30pm, tickets are £10.

    Troyka - Sunday 8th February 2015 | The Voodoo Rooms

    Troyka - Sunday 8th February 2015 | The Voodoo Rooms

    via THEVOODOOROOMS
  5. Breaking News

    At least six people confirmed dead as bin lorry crashes in Glasgow city centre

    Watch more from the STV News here with John MacKay and STV's Karen Greenshields live at George Square.

    STV Clips

    STV Clips

    via STV
  6. Bin lorry crashes into group of pedestrians in Glasgow's George Square

    George Square accident: "Three bodies lying covered on the ground" and many more casualties (via STV News STV Glasgow)

    Bin lorry crashes into Christmas shoppers in George Square

    Bin lorry crashes into Christmas shoppers in George Square

    via STV
  7. Wish your folks a merry Christmas with Eck's children's charity card

    Alex Salmond has released a card depicting a blizzard dusted scene from his constituency, with proceeds going to children's charities in the North East.

    Alex Salmond's Christmas card to benefit children's charities

    Alex Salmond's Christmas card to benefit children's charities

    via STV
  8. Don’t get in a flap this Christmas with the wise words of Dr Owl

    Make sure you know your GP surgery's opening times over the festive period so you don't get left in the cold this Christmas.

    [Read more]

  9. Concern growing for 13-year-old missing for more than a week

    Jye Slater has not been seen since leaving Howden Hall Road, Edinburgh on December 13.

    Concern growing for 13-year-old missing for more than a week

    Concern growing for 13-year-old missing for more than a week

    via STV
  10. STV News: Ayrshire residents evacuated after flooding

    Flood warnings remain in place across Scotland after heavy rain battered the country overnight.

    via STV
  11. 2015, the year you can share a pint with a penguin

    Edinburgh Zoo Nights is an adult only event where you can enjoy a drink, some delicious street food and the company of the zoo's residents - and it's back in 2015.

    The wildest night in town returns on May 29, June 5, 19 and 26.

    Play 'Edinburgh Zoo Nights Is Back - Dates announced for 2015!'
    via YOUTUBE
  12. Unbelievable downpours leave Scotland soakin'

    Some terrible weather over the weekend, with even a 1/3 of the expected rainfall in December in only 48 hours in some areas!

    The main band of rain is moving away, so we may have sunny spells before it returns tonight.

    via STV
  13. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £16 instead of £35 for a main course and a glass of wine for two or £89 instead of up to £220 for an overnight stay with a Molton Brown gift set, a two-course dinner and full Scottish breakfast at The Collingwood Arms, Northumberland. That's a saving of up to 60%.

    Northumberland overnight

    Northumberland overnight

    via ITISON
  14. Ex-Hibee keeper's New York flashmob proposal goes viral

    Former Hibs keeper Sean Murdoch's flashmob proposal to his girlfriend in New York has proved an internet hit, with over 71,000 views.

    The keeper, who know plies his trade with New York City FC, danced in front of shoppers in Times Square before getting down on one knee to pop the question to Charissa Ferguson

    Play 'Sean Murdoch | NYC Flash Mob Proposal | Times Square'
    via YOUTUBE
  15. Edinburgh Airport eagerly expecting arrival of 10 millionth passenger

    The Edinburgh Reporter runs with news that Edinburgh Airport expects to receive its 10 millionth passenger tomorrow in a new milestone for the airport.

    Edinburgh Airport to welcome its ten millionth passenger tomorrow http://t.co/zDD5cZrV7a

    Edinburgh Reporter

    @EdinReporter
    via Twitter
  16. Strike action to close National Museum of Scotland on Boxing Day

    It comes a year after staff walked out for the first time in a row over weekend payments.

    Strike action to close National Museum of Scotland on Boxing Day

    Strike action to close National Museum of Scotland on Boxing Day

    via STV
  17. £15m hotel plan for Market Street gap site

    The Scotsman run with the story that a new £15m hotel could be built on an eyesore gap site on Market Street.

    £15m hotel to fill eyesore gap site on Market Street http://t.co/21O9QDzjmm

    Evening News

    @edinburghpaper
    via Twitter
  18. Heavy congestion causing delays on the buses

    Stagecoach have just tweeted that heavy city centre congestion are delaying their services by around 30 minutes.

    Services within Edinburgh experiencing delays of around 30 mins due to heavy traffic congestion in city centre.

    Stagecoach East Scot

    @StagecoachEScot
    via Twitter
  19. Hearts ticket office closed by power cut

    A major power cut in the Gorgie area has forced the closure of the ticket centre at Tynecastle.

    The club shop remains open but can only accept cash payments.

    Power outage at Tynecastle Heart of Midlothian | News

    Power outage at Tynecastle Heart of Midlothian | News

    via HEARTSFC
  20. New funding to help prevent homelessness in city

    Several Edinburgh-based homeless charities have been awarded a share of an additional £2.3m of funding from the Scottish Government.

    Age Scotland, CRISIS and the Bethany Christian Trust are among the bodies to benefit.

    Housing Minister Margaret Burgess said: "I am pleased this £2.3 million fund will be split between organisations that are addressing these inequalities, and supporting some of the most vulnerable people in our communities"

    Organisations which help homeless & vulnerable people find homes & live independently to get a funding boost http://t.co/hO9NOBtRse

    Scottish Government

    @scotgov
    via Twitter
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