Then Scottish Government in Kirkcaldy during the summer tour

Senior SNP figure warns against a second independence vote

Senior SNP member Kenny MacAskill has warned against “a headlong rush” towards a second Scottish independence referendum. The former justice secretary claimed that there is too many uncertainties following Britain’s decision to leave the European … [Read More...]

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Scotland’s economy ‘vulnerable’ because of overseas companies

Labour’s economy spokesperson Richard Leonard has raised the issue that Scotland’s economy is a lot more delicate because of Brexit than people initially feared. MSPs learned yesterday that overseas firms own just over a third of Scotland’s … [Read More...]

Then Scottish Government in Kirkcaldy during the summer tour

Senior SNP figure warns against a second independence vote

Senior SNP member Kenny MacAskill has warned against “a headlong rush” towards a second Scottish independence referendum. The former justice secretary claimed that there is too many uncertainties following Britain’s decision to leave the European … [Read More...]

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Lothian Buses under investigation by market watchdog

In August, Lothian Buses launched a rescue package to save bus services in East Lothian when First Bus Scotland East announced it would be closing its Musselburgh and North Berwick depots. Since then, East Coast Buses have stepped in, a wholly owned … [Read More...]

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Scotland in the world spotlight as Obama discusses open government

Scotland has been designated a global leading light in the campaign for open and accessible governments, putting it among other pioneers including the city and provincial governments of Paris, Madrid, Sao Paulo and Ontario. Now, as one of the 15 … [Read More...]

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SPORTS

Edinburgh University take on Dundee in BUCS Tournament

Edinburgh University rugby team is set to play Dundee this evening at Peffermill, in the fifth round of the BUCS tournament. EN4 News reporters Emma Logan and Robyn Baillie caught up with the team to find out more. … [Read More...]

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Munster clash off after terror attacks

Munster's European Champions Cup match against French side Stade Francais has been postponed following the terror attacks which rocked Paris on Friday. The series of tragic incidents around the French capital left 129 dead and Stade Francais said … [Read More...]

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Blatter and Platini appeals rejected

Disgraced FIFA President Sepp Blatter and Vice President Michel Platini have had their respective appeals against their 90-bans from the organisation rejected. Both men were suspended last month after allegations of corruption were made against … [Read More...]

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Friendlies cancelled amid security fears

Germany's international friendly against the Netherlands was cancelled on Tuesday after police uncovered a "concrete security threat". Some fans had already taken their seats inside the HDI-Arena in Hannover, but the authorities took the decision … [Read More...]

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Spiders hit Montrose for six

There were two games in the lower divisions of the Ladbrokes SPFL on Tuesday night. In League Two, Queen's Park travelled to take on Montrose, while in League One, Stranraer faced an arduous trip to Peterhead. Queen's Park went into the match … [Read More...]

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Alli shines as England see off France

England saw off France at Wembley on Tuesday on a night when football took a back seat. Dele Alli netted a fine opener on his first England start before captain Wayne Rooney added a second after half time. In the days leading up to the game … [Read More...]

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Scotland welcomes Doors Open Days for the whole of September

Every September the public briefly gain free special access to some of Scotland’s most famous buildings for Doors Open Days. So far this year the likes of Aberdeen, Stirling and the Highlands have opened their doors for one weekend only, while … [Read More...]

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Labour Leadership Race – The Final Day

  Yes, that’s right, it’s another election. The Labour party membership plan to go to the polls once again to decide who will lead them into a new era for the Labour Party. Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith will go head to head when the ballot … [Read More...]

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Climate Change Week aims to transform awareness into actions

The first Climate Change Week is getting to its end after many actions have taken place across Scotland. Climate Change Week (16 – 23 September) aspires to involve individuals and organisations in several activities – either internally or open to the … [Read More...]

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International

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China told to stop land reclamation

President Barack Obama has spoken out against China, saying they must stop reclaiming land which they see as theirs in disputed waters in the South China Sea. Mr Obama spoke on the sidelines of an economic summit of Asia Pacific nations, also … [Read More...]

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McDonalds accused of breaching heritage site

McDonald’s have come under global criticism after they built a new restaurant on the home of former Taiwanese leader, Chiang Ching-kuo, in Hangzou, China. Conservationists had called for the villa, listed as a cultural heritage site, to be made into … [Read More...]

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Saint Denis raid- update

  Raids carried out by French Police in the Parisian district of Saint Denis are said to have ended. The French government said the raid lasted seven hours, and was based on information that Abelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged mastermind behind … [Read More...]

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Kosovo opposition MP’s flat raided

  Police from Kosovo have raided the flat of opposition MP Albin Kurti, a day after he pepper sprayed MP’s in parliament.  The raid took place in the early hours of this morning, although Mr Kurti is said to have not been in the premises at the … [Read More...]

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Western nations bomb ISIS stronghold

French led airstrikes have killed 33 suspected militants in the Syrian province of Raqqa, which is said to be an ISIS (also known as ISIL, IS and Daesh) stronghold in the war torn nation. The airstrikes intensified on Sunday following Friday’s fatal … [Read More...]

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Terrorists bomb Nigeria

  Over 30 people have been killed by an explosion in a busy market in the Northern Nigerian city of Yola, in the latest of a string of attacks by the Islamist group Boko Haram. This is the second time this year that Yola has been the … [Read More...]

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Local

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Labour’s economy spokesperson Richard Leonard has raised the issue that Scotland’s economy is a lot more delicate because of Brexit than people initially feared. MSPs learned yesterday that overseas firms own just over a third of Scotland’s … [Read More...]

Then Scottish Government in Kirkcaldy during the summer tour

Senior SNP member Kenny MacAskill has warned against “a headlong rush” towards a second Scottish independence referendum. The former justice secretary claimed that there is too many uncertainties following Britain’s decision to leave the European … [Read More...]

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In August, Lothian Buses launched a rescue package to save bus services in East Lothian when First Bus Scotland East announced it would be closing its Musselburgh and North Berwick depots. Since then, East Coast Buses have stepped in, a wholly owned … [Read More...]

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Scotland has been designated a global leading light in the campaign for open and accessible governments, putting it among other pioneers including the city and provincial governments of Paris, Madrid, Sao Paulo and Ontario. Now, as one of the 15 … [Read More...]

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The Scottish Government announced yesterday that their Take it Right Outside campaign has reduced the percentage of children who are exposed to second-hand smoke to 6%. Figures in the Scottish Health Survey, published on Tuesday, show that children … [Read More...]

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Edinburgh Airport has clashed with local communities after its plans for proposed changes to flight paths were met with negative reactions from the public. Concerns were raised last year after a trial of a new flightpath over West Lothian was cut … [Read More...]

Features

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David Beckham has been voted People Magazines sexiest man alive 2015. The 40 year-old former Manchester United and England player joked on the Jimmy Kimmel show  that it was: "the best moment of my career." He added: "I would obviously like … [Read More...]

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The countdown to Christmas has begun. Whether you think it’s premature or not, Edinburgh is gearing up for the festive season. This Sunday, the city’s Christmas lights will be turned on by no other than Scotland’s Susan Boyle. Light Night, as it … [Read More...]

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        Adele’s new album 25 is about to be released this Friday, though reports of a premature album leak have surfaced. The Guardian reported today that 2 minute clips of the unreleased songs were available on … [Read More...]

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Although Christmas is still 36 days away the festive spirit is already descending on the city. With a plethora of events to choose in the capital from you’ll have a merry time indeed. Here are our top five you should be sure not to miss: 1. … [Read More...]

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  Are you sick of drinking in the same bars day in, day out? EN4 News has you covered for some cool new watering holes where you can sample some of the finest alcoholic cocktails Edinburgh has to offer (or alcoholic ice cream, if you're so … [Read More...]

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  1. The Museum of Childhood Hiding right in plain sight on the High Street, is the Museum of Childhood. As the first museum in the world dedicated to childhood, it hosts a collection of games and toys from across the generations. It … [Read More...]

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