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Opinion: Would Butcher succeed at Hibernian?

Terry Butcher’s impending arrival at Easter Road has split opinion among football fans, with many questioning whether or not he has made the correct choice in his career. The Englishman watched from the stands as Hibernian crashed to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Inverness Caledonian Thistle last weekend and faces a difficult task […]

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Ross County and St Johnstone apologise for failing to hold silence

Scottish Premiership teams Ross County and St Johnstone have apologised for not holding a minute’s silence before their weekend fixtures. They were both criticised for not holding the silence prior to their home matches against Celtic and Kilmarnock respectively. Of the six matches that took place over the weekend, only two games held a minute’s […]

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Super Markets

. . “Come this way and stay your ship, so that you can listen here to our singing; for no one else has ever sailed past this place in his black ship until he has listened to the honey-sweet voice that issues from our lips.” Perhaps comparing a trip to the shops to the great […]

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Sports Podcast: Is Butcher the right man for Hibs?

The EN4 News Sports team discuss Terry Butcher’s impending appointment at Hibernian and whether or not he is the right man to succeed Pat Fenlon. Click play to listen to the show: Presenter: Craig McGrath Panel: Andy Alston and Ryan Kyle Edited by: Andy Alston

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55 Scottish teens a day take up smoking

Research by Sterling University has revealed that an estimated 55 eleven to fifteen year-olds are taking up smoking and a mistaken belief that slim or super-slim cigarettes are ‘safer’ is contributing to the problem. Researchers who studied a group of Scottish teens found that they believed slimline or decorative cigarettes were healthier and ‘classy’ or […]

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Put that phone down!

It is time to put down our phones and pay attention to whats going on in front of us. Much like the title of this powerful video, ‘After I saw this, I put down my phone and didn’t pick it up for the rest of the day’, I felt like throwing my communication life-line in […]

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Edinburgh’s top 5 music venues

. . . . . Whistlebinkies – Free live music every day of the week and located right in the heart of the city, Whistlebinkies is an ideal spot for music lovers. Also home to the oldest open mic night in the city, it is a great place for talent spotting and meeting fellow musicians. […]

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Campaign for Leith Museum

Following the success of the Citizen Curator: Discover Leith’s Artistic Heritage exhibition at The City Art Centre, a group of locals are keen to provide Leith with a museum to celebrate the rich history and achievements of the area. ‘The Spirit of Leithers‘ is the name of the group pushing the campaign to have this […]

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Top Five Moustaches in History

Movember is back this year, and we take a look at the top five moustaches to date. Adolf Hitler The toothbrush moustache It’s either a very brave man or an immensely mad man who tries to pull of the toothbrush moustache. Hitler managed to ruin the tiny toothbrush moustache for, well anyone who wanted to […]

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Armistice Day honours the fallen servicemen of the wars

Armistice Day remembered in Edinburgh

Edinburgh has been commemorating Armistice Day with a number of memorials held across the city. EN4 News spoke to Ian McGregor, Chief Executive of Poppy Scotland: On the 11th of November 1918, the Allied forces and Germany signed an armistice, bringing the First World War to an end.  Since then, the 11th of the 11th […]

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