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  1. Soul II Soul and Bjorn Again named as Hogmanay support

    Joining Lilly Allen for Hogmanay in Edinburgh... it's Abba Tribute act Bjorn Again, and Soul II Soul. What do you think about that?

    Very pleased @lilyallen will be joined by R&B legends @Soul2SoulUK and Bjorn Again ABBA Show... PARTY!! #blogmanay http://t.co/HzvqkJunrZ

    Edinburgh's Hogmanay

    @edhogmanay
    via Twitter
  2. Lorry fire on city bypass at Lothianburn

    This dramatic photo shows the burning lorry which caused some temporary travel disruption on the bypass this morning. As the photo shows, the lorry has now been moved off the carriageway.

    Lorry fire on Edinburgh Bypass near Lothianburn http://t.co/atiu8DrJw6 http://t.co/mfDDk6bUNU

    Evening News

    @edinburghpaper
    via Twitter
  3. Young Fathers claim Mercury Prize success

    Judges said the the Edinburgh hip-hop trio's "unique take" on urban music made them the outstanding act in this year's awards.

    Young Fathers win Mercury Prize

    Young Fathers win Mercury Prize

    via STV
  4. NHS 'Transport Hub' expected to save £1m per year

    NHS Lothian have announced plans to set-up a 'transport hub' at the Astley Ainslie Hospital to coordinate all non-emergency transport requests.

    Jim Crombie, Director of Scheduled Care, NHS Lothian, said:“The Transport Hub is a much more efficient way of working. It improves the overall patient experience while also freeing up ambulances to be used for emergency transfers.”

    The hub is expected to deal with around 400 calls per day. Officials hope the move will save £1m.

    via STV
  5. Which public buildings will offer free wi-fi?

    Here's a bit more detail on those plans to allow more public buildings in Scotland to provide free wi-fi.

    In Edinburgh, free public wi-fi could be provided at the Royal Botanic Gardens, The National Museum of Scotland and the Scottish National Gallery.

    Public buildings in three Scottish cities to offer free wi-fi

    Public buildings in three Scottish cities to offer free wi-fi

    via STV
  6. Wine and dine in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £16 instead of £37 for a gourmet burger with fries or chopped house salad and a cocktail each for two or £28 instead of £74 for four at Sygn in the heart of the city. That's a saving of up to 62%.

    Sygn burgers

    Sygn burgers

    via ITISON
  7. Accident blocks Niddrie Mains Road.

    An accident has lead to the partial closure of Niddrie Mains Road. People travelling west bound are being diverted via Duddingston Road South.

    Niddrie Mains Road - westbound currently blocked after The Wisp due to an accident. diversion via Duddingston Park South #edintravel

    EdinburghTravelNews

    @edintravel
    via Twitter
  8. Capital buildings to offer free wi-fi

    Our morning news bulleting reports that public buildings in Edinburgh, such as sports centres, libraries and museums are to offer free public wi-fi.

    via STV
  9. Young Fathers win Mercury Music Prize

    Edinburgh-based band Young Fathers won the Mercury Music Prize last night, and the North Edinburgh News has uncovered a link with Drylaw.

    Dead right: Edinburgh trio Young Fathers win Mercury Prize

    Dead right: Edinburgh trio Young Fathers win Mercury Prize

    via NORTH EDINBURGH NEWS
  10. Edinburgh today: Botanic Nights and Ed Prosek comes to town

  11. One shade of grey today

    Today's weather is only one, wet, shade of grey.

    via STV
  12. NHS Boards struggling to balance the books

    An new Audit Scotland report has raised fears that Scottish NHS Boards will struggle to contain the cost pressures they face.

    Report finds Scottish NHS boards are under increasing pressure

    Report finds Scottish NHS boards are under increasing pressure

    via STV
  13. Take a tea from the Tardis, without worrying about Cybermen

    You won't need your sonic screwdriver to enjoy the Ship on the Shore's newest addition.

    Transport yourself to the Tardis Tea Company on the Shore

    Transport yourself to the Tardis Tea Company on the Shore

    via STV
  14. Catch up with the latest STV News bulletin

    The Scottish Labour Party is tonight contemplating a leadership contest after the Party's Shadow Health Secretary Neil Findlay became the second candidate to enter the election.

    via STV
  15. Major cannabis cultivation discovered by police at derelict pub

    Police swooped on Queens Head Inn in Selkirk on Tuesday when they found large number of plants.

    Major cannabis cultivation discovered by police at derelict pub

    Major cannabis cultivation discovered by police at derelict pub

    via STV
  16. Censored chapters celebrate Robert Louis Stevenson's birthday

    After RLS wrote The Amateur Emigrant, sections of it were deemed too offensive, and didn't see the light of day for years.

    Censored Robert Louis Stevenson work for release

    Censored Robert Louis Stevenson work for release

    via SCOTSMAN
  17. There's no doubt about it, Christmas is on the way

    Intsagram user allangamberini captured the Christmas spirit at The Dome. Where else has Christmas started to creep in around the city?

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  18. Make your doughnuts like Fanny's with this tribute to the great cook

    A blog dedicated to the work of famous chef Fanny Craddock, aptly named Keep Calm and Fanny On, journeys its way through her extensive recipe books.

    Keep Calm and Fanny On

    Keep Calm and Fanny On

    via KEEPCALMANDFANNYON
  19. In the night garden: Botanics get bathed in 'starlit glory'

    As night descends, the Botanics open the gates after hours for the first time.

    Have a look at our video to see how 500 lights have been used to turn the popular tourist attraction into a magical night time light event.

  20. Mapping Edinburgh's cinematic pedigree

    You can follow your films on Edinburgh from above with the help of this quirky map.

    Hey Parents/Carers - Bookings are now being taken for free swimming lessons for 3-5yr olds. These are being held... http://t.co/3nHmYUd5RJ

    SCYP

    @SCYP_Glasgow
    via Twitter
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