News

Pre-Historic Briton Breakthrough

Scientific analysis shows a Briton's remains from 10,000 years ago had dark skin and blue eyes. Academics from London’s Natural History Museum extracted DNA from Cheddar Man-Britain’s oldest full skeleton-was discovered in 1903. College  researchers … [Read More...]

US stocks turn positive in volatile climate

Volatility in the US stock markets has seen shares fluctuate. The markets opened low this morning with The Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 108.2 points, or 0.43%, to 24,804.57 points after gaining almost 2% yesterday. The S&P 500 lost … [Read More...]

‘We’ll never die’ Manchester United remembers the Munich air disaster 60 years on

Manchester United marked the 60th anniversary of the Munich air disaster with a service at Old Trafford in which around 4,500 people attended. The crash took place on February 6th 1958 when a plane carrying the Manchester United team and members of … [Read More...]

Successful first launch for Space X’s Heavy Falcon

Elon Musk’s latest test rocket, the Falcon Heavy, has blasted off from Cape Canaveral, in a historic launch. The departure of the rocket was risky, with only a 50% chance of a successful lift off, according to the Space X CEO. After the event he … [Read More...]

Fire engulfs city carpark

Firefighters were called this morning to tackle a fire that erupted among abandoned cars at a disused robot carpark in Edinburgh. The incident took place at the Morrison Street site, where emergency services were assembled. The £5 million … [Read More...]

EN4 News – 2.00pm bulletin

The headlines at 2.00pm with Jamie McDonald. … [Read More...]

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Arts and Culture

On Screen 07/02/18

In this edition of the EN4 News film podcast On Screen, Patrick Dalziel and Alex Heron discuss The Cloverfield Paradox's unique release tactics, the impact of Netflix upon mainstream releases and studio interference in modern cinema. … [Read More...]

High-value paintings stolen from Midlothian

Yesterday the Musselburgh police released details of an art heist that had occurred in October last year. Between the 17th and 19th of October "The Maverick" by artist Gordon Mitchell and "The Lady with the Skate" by John Bellany were stolen from a … [Read More...]

Bayeux tapestry visits Britain

The Bayeux Tapestry is to leave France for the first time in 950 years according to the Times. The French President Emmanuel Macron is expected to announce the loan of the tapestry during his visit to the UK on Thursday.  The newspaper claims the … [Read More...]

There’s a new photography Crew in town

Photography is floundering in the wake of iPhone amateurs, but Edinburgh based talent agency Crew Ltd are on their way to bringing professionalism back. Scottish visual art agency Crew Ltd held an exhibition in Summerhall last night, showcasing … [Read More...]

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Sport

Scottish Premier League – Midweek round-up

Rangers closed the gap between themselves and third placed Aberdeen to three points with a 2-0 victory at Partick Thistle last night. Goals either side of the break from Josh Windass and James Tavernier was enough to secure the three points for … [Read More...]

Opinion: SFA and Walter Smith: wise to go back to the future?

It has been a turbulent month for the SFA. The failed pursuit of Michael O’Neill followed by the subsequent departure of Chief Executive Stuart Regan has left the governing body in disarray.  Still, life must go on and so does the search to find a … [Read More...]

Football Chat @ 1.30pm

Your favourite football podcast is back. Tottenham Hotspur host Arsenal this weekend for the latest instalment of the North London derby. The Gunners eased to a 2-0 win in their last encounter with Spurs at the Emirates, but what will happen in this … [Read More...]

The Back Page Vodcast

Ewan Hawthorne and Ryan Maher discuss the Scottish back page headlines. Ranger's win at Partick Thistle, the next Scotland manager, Alfredo Morelos transfer gossip and Doris De Vries returning to Celtic are across the spreads and discussed in the … [Read More...]

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International

Successful first launch for Space X’s Heavy Falcon

Elon Musk’s latest test rocket, the Falcon Heavy, has blasted off from Cape Canaveral, in a historic launch. The departure of the rocket was risky, with only a 50% chance of a successful lift off, according to the Space X CEO. After the event he … [Read More...]

Germany’s two largest parties begin to form coalition

Four months of stalemate have resulted in a German coalition Government, according to media reports. Germany’s September elections proved inconclusive, as a coalition has not been agreed between the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) and Chancellor … [Read More...]

State of the Union 2018

US President Donald Trump has declared a, “new American moment” as he delivered his State of the Union speech to congress. In his maiden address, the republican leader said he was,” extending an open hand” to democrats in order to move forward. … [Read More...]

The ‘Fake News Awards’

Donald Trump's Fake News Awards' are due to take place later today. 'Fake News' was popularised by the President of the United States-Donald Trump-and won Collins dictionary word of the year in 2017. The term is used to describe 'fake' or … [Read More...]

Police search Lactalis websites after baby milk scare.

Police in France are investigating several websites owned and run by powdered baby milk manufacturer Lactalis. It is believed that a batch of baby milk infected with a strain of salmonella could have reached up to 83 countries with over 12 million … [Read More...]

North and South Korea to unite for Winter Olympic Games

Next months Winter Olympic Games will see South Korea and North Korea march under one "unified Korea" flag. The Games take place throughout the month of February in Pyeongchang, South Korea and it will see both nations walk together during the … [Read More...]

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Features

On Screen 07/02/18

In this edition of the EN4 News film podcast On Screen, Patrick Dalziel and Alex Heron discuss The Cloverfield Paradox's unique release tactics, the impact of Netflix upon mainstream releases and studio interference in modern cinema. … [Read More...]

The Generation of Outrage

Is this generation too easily offended? Gregor Thomson discusses freedom of speech in the 'post Weinstein world'. In the last couple of months, it has been stated that many universities in the UK have restricted free speech with the creation of … [Read More...]

Opinion: SFA and Walter Smith: wise to go back to the future?

It has been a turbulent month for the SFA. The failed pursuit of Michael O’Neill followed by the subsequent departure of Chief Executive Stuart Regan has left the governing body in disarray.  Still, life must go on and so does the search to find a … [Read More...]

Oscar nominations 2018: snubs and surprises

This year's Oscar nominations saw many surprises, let's have a look. … [Read More...]

Do Online Sales Manipulate Buyers?

The other night I saw that Boohoo was having a fab sale – “20% off everything”. Oh, but I had to act fast: “Hurry ends 11pm!” it screamed at me, or more accurately, the millions of teens and young adults it targets… A countdown clock onscreen warned … [Read More...]

High-value paintings stolen from Midlothian

Yesterday the Musselburgh police released details of an art heist that had occurred in October last year. Between the 17th and 19th of October "The Maverick" by artist Gordon Mitchell and "The Lady with the Skate" by John Bellany were stolen from a … [Read More...]

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