News

Countdown to Brexit

Experts aim to illustrate what lies ahead. This evening provides an opportunity for anybody who is confused about Brexit and its latest developments to put their questions to a panel of experts on the complex issue. The event organised by the … [Read More...]

Afternoon roundup

  In this segment Emer Harrison, Liam Mackay, and David Paul discuss Article 50, Paris Riots and the Mars Insight probe. … [Read More...]

Fizzy drink health crisis?

A report released by Cancer Research UK revealed children's shocking fizzy drinks habits, but is this the full story?  Newspapers are no stranger to doom and gloom,  just today we were told that every day Scottish children consume 600,000 fizzy … [Read More...]

Families in danger as Edinburgh fire station forced to close over staffing crisis

Marionville Fire Station closed on Saturday due to there not being enough staff to man one fire engine, a union warned. The fire station, which covers the Restalrig and Craigentinny areas of the city is only one of the many fire stations which have … [Read More...]

Report reveals marginalised Scots hardest hit by tax & spending plans

By Graham Millar Lone parents, black families and those with three or more children are the biggest financial losers as a result of the tax, spending and local services reforms, a new study has suggested. With the UK Government's commitment to … [Read More...]

InSight lands on Mars

After months in space and a truly harrowing entry to Mars’ atmosphere, NASA’s InSight probe gently touched down on Mars. The Insight probe — the full name of which is actually Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat … [Read More...]

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Arts and Culture

Podcast: Disney Matters

This week, EN4News reporters Paul Sinclair, Dave Paul and Olivia Hill discuss the upcoming Disney remakes, scheduled for release in 2019. … [Read More...]

How literature tackles big social issues

“We are all drowning slowly in the tide of our opinions, oblivious that we are taking on water every time we open our mouths.” The words of Jodi Picoult in her latest novel, A Spark of Light, ring true. Deep down all of us have a wealth of opinions, … [Read More...]

The plight of Hidden Door

The winner of last year's "Best Cultural Event" at the Scottish Thistle Awards, the not-for profit Hidden Door Festival is in dire need of funds. Edinburgh is a deeply creative city. There's always something going on, a festival or a show or a … [Read More...]

Interview: Ayshia Taskin

Edinburgh artist wants to reduce food waste and global hunger – one corn puff at a time. Meet Ayshia Taskin. She’s a mother, an artist, a wife, a student – and now, thanks to her recent project, an engineer. With her installation performance art … [Read More...]

Film Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Actor Rami Malek brings the confident and charismatic Freddie Mercury back to life. A solitary man moves confidently towards the stage at Wembley Stadium in London, wearing a white tank top and tight dark jeans. The viewer can only see the back of … [Read More...]

Fallout 76 Controversy – Game Developer Fails to Fulfil Promises

Fallout 76 – the latest game in the retro-futuristic, post-apocalyptic Fallout series - has left publisher Bethesda with a bit of a fallout on their hands.  Bethesda has been forced to backtrack after a canvas bag included in the £175 “Power … [Read More...]

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Sport

Levein says he’s tired of referee mistakes

  Hearts manager Craig Levein is still as incensed as he was on Sunday about the events that took place during the game against Steven Gerrard’s side. Rangers came back from a goal decide to beat Hearts 2-1 but the Jam Tarts boss feels the … [Read More...]

Podcast: Scotland discover their Euro qualifying group

Alex McLeish's side have discovered who they'll be facing off against for a spot in the European Championships in 2020. A favourable group for the Scots yet some tough opponents await. David Ronney is joined by Bryce Donaldson, Luke Barry and … [Read More...]

Edinburgh Rugby look ahead to European clash with Newcastle Falcons

Edinburgh Rugby will face off Newcastle Falcons in a double header in the Heineken Champions Cup, with the first match coming on Friday night at BT Murrayfield. The European expedition is a welcome break from the Pro14 where they have lost their … [Read More...]

Sports Paper Review – 4th December

Fraser Munro and John Menzies sit down to discuss the biggest stories in today's papers including Shaun Maloney and how he is set to face off against his own nation in the Euro qualifiers and last night's Ballon d'Or awards. … [Read More...]

Did Fury beat Wilder? – Boxing Podcast

It was possibly the biggest fight of the heavyweight this year and the hype certainly didn't disappoint. Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury put a fight on for the ages but the decision of a draw has angered many in the boxing community. Most citing that … [Read More...]

Ballon D’or host apologies for sexist remark

French DJ, Martin Solveig has apologised for his comments during the Ballon d'Or awards as he asked Ada Hegerberg if she knew how to 'twerk'. Solveig sparked a sexist row after he presented Hegerberg the Women Ballon d'Or with her award and asked … [Read More...]

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International

Fizzy drink health crisis?

A report released by Cancer Research UK revealed children's shocking fizzy drinks habits, but is this the full story?  Newspapers are no stranger to doom and gloom,  just today we were told that every day Scottish children consume 600,000 fizzy … [Read More...]

InSight lands on Mars

After months in space and a truly harrowing entry to Mars’ atmosphere, NASA’s InSight probe gently touched down on Mars. The Insight probe — the full name of which is actually Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat … [Read More...]

Update: French PM renounces fuel tax rises

Latest: French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe has announced a suspension on fuel tax hikes, after protesters took to rioting in the French capital and surrounding areas. Following crisis talks in Paris today, the PM renounced the policy put forward … [Read More...]

China bridges the 26 mile gap

After nine years of construction, Chinese President Xi JinPing has unveiled the world's longest crossing bridge, linking Hong Kong to China's mainland.  The bridge, which cost an estimated US$20 billion to build, is set to be a life-changing … [Read More...]

International Insight

Joanna Hampson brings you the latest EN4 international news brief for Tuesday October 23. Here are today’s top stories. The killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly planned days in advance. The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan … [Read More...]

Truth or death? – The harsh reality of journalism

Journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been declared dead but without a body and without facts, one question I want to know is, how many journalists need to die in the name of freedom of speech?   October 2, 2018, journalist Jamal Khashoggi walked into the … [Read More...]

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Features

Podcast: Disney Matters

This week, EN4News reporters Paul Sinclair, Dave Paul and Olivia Hill discuss the upcoming Disney remakes, scheduled for release in 2019. … [Read More...]

Did Fury beat Wilder? – Boxing Podcast

It was possibly the biggest fight of the heavyweight this year and the hype certainly didn't disappoint. Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury put a fight on for the ages but the decision of a draw has angered many in the boxing community. Most citing that … [Read More...]

How literature tackles big social issues

“We are all drowning slowly in the tide of our opinions, oblivious that we are taking on water every time we open our mouths.” The words of Jodi Picoult in her latest novel, A Spark of Light, ring true. Deep down all of us have a wealth of opinions, … [Read More...]

The plight of Hidden Door

The winner of last year's "Best Cultural Event" at the Scottish Thistle Awards, the not-for profit Hidden Door Festival is in dire need of funds. Edinburgh is a deeply creative city. There's always something going on, a festival or a show or a … [Read More...]

Interview: Ayshia Taskin

Edinburgh artist wants to reduce food waste and global hunger – one corn puff at a time. Meet Ayshia Taskin. She’s a mother, an artist, a wife, a student – and now, thanks to her recent project, an engineer. With her installation performance art … [Read More...]

Film Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Actor Rami Malek brings the confident and charismatic Freddie Mercury back to life. A solitary man moves confidently towards the stage at Wembley Stadium in London, wearing a white tank top and tight dark jeans. The viewer can only see the back of … [Read More...]

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