Budget: live

  Phillip Hammond is currently delivering his spring budget, here are some of the main points:   13:29 £100m for GP triage projects before next winter.   13:27 "Everyone should have access to the NHS when they need … [Read More...]

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Budget: live

  Phillip Hammond is currently delivering his spring budget, here are some of the main points:   13:29 £100m for GP triage projects before next winter.   13:27 "Everyone should have access to the NHS when they need … [Read More...]

Barcelona vs. PSG Preview

Barcelona are looking to make Champions League history tonight as they attempt to overturn a four goal deficit in the knockout stages of the competition for the first time. PSG take a strong 4-0 lead to the Camp Nou after dismantling Barcelona at … [Read More...]

Alleged CIA leaks “incredibly damaging” says former director

    Documents published on Wikileaks, alleged to have come from the CIA have been described by former director Michael Hayden as "incredibly damaging". The former boss of America's spy agency told the BBC "If what I have read … [Read More...]

New evidence in hunt for Corrie McKeague means ‘Only One Thing’

The mother of missing RAF airman Corrie McKeague has claimed that new revelations involving a bin lorry can mean ‘only one thing’. Police confirmed the refuse vehicle, which was originally deemed too light to be carrying a body, had a much heavier … [Read More...]

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Budget: live

  Phillip Hammond is currently delivering his spring budget, here are some of the main points:   13:29 £100m for GP triage projects before next winter.   13:27 "Everyone should have access to the NHS when they need … [Read More...]

Barcelona vs. PSG Preview

Barcelona are looking to make Champions League history tonight as they attempt to overturn a four goal deficit in the knockout stages of the competition for the first time. PSG take a strong 4-0 lead to the Camp Nou after dismantling Barcelona at … [Read More...]

Alleged CIA leaks “incredibly damaging” says former director

    Documents published on Wikileaks, alleged to have come from the CIA have been described by former director Michael Hayden as "incredibly damaging". The former boss of America's spy agency told the BBC "If what I have read … [Read More...]

New evidence in hunt for Corrie McKeague means ‘Only One Thing’

The mother of missing RAF airman Corrie McKeague has claimed that new revelations involving a bin lorry can mean ‘only one thing’. Police confirmed the refuse vehicle, which was originally deemed too light to be carrying a body, had a much heavier … [Read More...]

House Republicans announce potential Obamacare replacement

  US House Republicans, revealed a detailed healthcare plan earlier this week, which could well replace the controversial Affordable Care Act,  signed into law in March 2010. Also known as Obamacare, the federal statute brought in by the … [Read More...]

Anti-Brexit Tory Lord Heseltine fired

Former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Michael Heseltine has been sacked in his role as a government adviser in the House of Lords following his anti-Brexit comments. Lord Heseltine was quick to condemn pro-leave campaigner Boris Johnson … [Read More...]

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Edinburgh craft beer festival

Edinburgh’s first ever craft beer festival is set to take place on the last weekend of May and will showcase some of the finest breweries world wide as representatives will travel from afar to join the festival. Edinburgh’s creative open space the … [Read More...]

Top 5 housebreaking hotspots in the city of Edinburgh

Our Reporter Peter Carson tells us the top 5  places in the city that are affected by break ins. https://youtu.be/1zkpvcWvhkg … [Read More...]

Five of the Best Lost Venues in Edinburgh

Better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. A phrase that could fast become an epitaph for Edinburgh's dwindling live venues. In recent years, the city's music lovers have lamented the end of several independent record stores as … [Read More...]

Liquid gold: four Edinburgh establishments to grab a tipple

While we are celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Scotsman as a publication, we are also to raise a glass (or a few) towards another national fixture – Robert Burns. Championing Scottish prose, he wrote world renowned poems such as, Auld Land … [Read More...]

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International

House Republicans announce potential Obamacare replacement

  US House Republicans, revealed a detailed healthcare plan earlier this week, which could well replace the controversial Affordable Care Act,  signed into law in March 2010. Also known as Obamacare, the federal statute brought in by the … [Read More...]

EN4 News – International belt

Check out our roundup of today's international news: https://youtu.be/3gRN2O3rQtA … [Read More...]

Katie Hopkins Causes Stir Over Trump’s Foreign Policy

Outspoken right-wing columnist Katie Hopkins has caused yet another effortless storm on Twitter, shortly after Donald Trump announced plans for National Security to build a wall across the Mexican border. "Big day planned on NATIONAL SECURITY … [Read More...]

5.3 magnitude earthquake hits central Italy

A 5.3 magnitude earthquake has struck the central Italy with tremors felt throughout regions of of Abruzzo, Marche and Lazio at 10:25 local time. @LastQuake Any other historical events similar to the IT seq of quakes seen before? So many 5+ EQ in a … [Read More...]

Chelsea Manning to be released from prison

One of President Obama's final acts before leaving the White House was to successfully release convicted whistleblower Chelsea Manning. Manning was sentenced to a 35 year prison sentence, after leaking over 700,000 documents, videos, diplomatic … [Read More...]

Former US President George Bush Sr. Admitted to Hospital

George Bush Senior was taken to hospital today, reports have said. The former president of the United States suffers from a form of Parkinson's Disease, rendering him unable to walk unaided. In 2015, his health was in danger once again when he was … [Read More...]

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Local

A council investigation into the deaths of six dogs has so far found no link to the Forthquarter Park in Granton, Edinburgh. A spokesperson for the council said that while they were still investigating, the park would not be closing. The … [Read More...]

Scottish Ministers have released funding plans for a governmental scheme in a bid to raise attainment. The Scottish government is set to provide schools across the country with additional funding in 2018. Ministers are planning to divide £120m … [Read More...]

Scotland's 16,000 crofters are being urged to vote in the Crofting Commission elections this March. The Crofting Commission, based in Inverness, is the statutory regulator for crofting in Scotland. As a public body of the Scottish Government the … [Read More...]

A new £45,000 fund has been created to support Edinburgh-based artists as part of the city's new culture plan. Convener of the culture and sport committee, Richard Lewis explained more about the fund and the benefits it may reap. … [Read More...]

Our Reporter Peter Carson tells us the top 5  places in the city that are affected by break ins. https://youtu.be/1zkpvcWvhkg … [Read More...]

With annual and traditional celebrations being almost here, we are having a look at some different approaches to commemorate the life and art of Scottish biggest poet Robert Burns. They are all free and taking place in Rose Street in Edinburgh. Happy … [Read More...]

Features

Last night Evita arrived at Edinburgh Playhouse following a smash hit run at London’s Dominion Theatre. Telling the story of Eva Peron, wife of former Argentinian dictator Juan Peron, the show follows Eva’s journey from struggle to … [Read More...]

아버지 (Father) The first few minutes of Reflection are a test of your patience. As a reward for seeking out new and exciting electronic music, you are treated to 10 minutes of what sounds like a computer lab full of Windows 98 computers crashing into … [Read More...]

Before reading on, I want you to think of a few pieces of music from films. Got some? Now tell me about them. Congratulations, you are now shouting at a computer and everyone thinks you are weird. More importantly though, just how many of those … [Read More...]

It’s hard to believe the songs that we grew up listening to are now considered classics. You may not remember all of 1997, but it was a good year for music, so let us take you down memory lane to rediscover your love for our top five favourite songs … [Read More...]

Years ago, Edinburgh was arguably one of the most iconic cities in Europe, in terms of its opportunities for music artists, with a vast number of venues across Scotland’s capital, suitable for a variety of styles. Over the years, the city has … [Read More...]

It has been 25 years since the 1992 Brit Awards when electronica pioneers The KLF were given the honour of kickstarting proceedings at the award ceremony. The duo performed '3.a.m. Eternal' with grindcore act Extreme Noise Terror in front of many … [Read More...]

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